Haunted by lost love, Grant MacDara still dreams of tenth-century Scotland. Nothing can soothe his aching heart—until a sharp-tongued, redheaded beauty leads a tour of senior citizens through his family’s North Carolina theme park, Highland Life and Legends. Though she’s the polar opposite of the lass he left behind, Joanna Martin is the most irresistible woman Grant has ever met. But when he decides that she’s worth the risk of loving again, he tries so hard to hold her close that she nearly slips through his fingers.
Forced out of her job as a pharmaceutical sales rep by a conniving ex, Joanna is trying to make the best of her quiet new life. But one glimpse of Grant—who wields an ancient hammer like it’s just another appendage of his chiseled body—convinces Joanna not to give up on love. The one thing she can’t do is outrun her past as a loser magnet. And although Grant seems to be the last honorable man left on earth, this mouthwatering stud needs a crash course in twenty-first-century women before Joanna can trust him with her heart.
First of all thanks need to be given to Random House Loveswept and Netgalley for providing us with a copy of this book so that we could bring you this review.
There is something about these midcentury Scotts in the 21st Century that I have just totally fallen in love with. They are here trying to find love and their place in the world now that they no longer live in the 10th Century. And this doesn’t change at all with Grant and how he falls in love again with Joanna. He is slow to open his heart but he finally does and when he falls for a spunky woman who is giving the best group of elderly women a tour around the theme park it is amazing. Joanna is so smart and to see her turn red and be embarrassed by the things that the crazy old woman say is just so much fun. This book was not only funny but it was great to see them fall in love. I think so far this has been the better of the books in this series, but we are just on the second book so Im sure there will be more for me to love.
I give this book 5 kisses…
Happy Reading… Adri