Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Heat Rating: 2
Marriage Sucks. Or at least, that's what Gwen Taylor believes after her awful divorce. So when she wakes up naked, with no memory of the night before, next to a sexy man who seems intent on putting a ring on her finger, she wants nothing more than to get back to her normal life in the States - even if that means leaving behind a man she thinks could be the one, if she only believed in marriage.
Grant McLeod knows Gwen isn't planning to stay in Scotland, she is only there on assignment, after all. But Lord help him - if he loses her, he will lose his heart. So he sets out to convince one of the most stubborn women he's ever met that not only does true love exist, she has found it in him.
Gwen Taylor panics when she wakes up naked after a night in Scotland that involved a great many glasses of good scotch whiskey. She’s woken up in the wrong bed with a hangover before. But never with a sexy Scotsman who declared that amongst other things the night before, they had got married! Grant McLeod is everything any woman could want, but Gwen doesn’t believe in love anymore, nor does she trust that this stranger will still want her --, once he actually gets to know her. Her insecurities mean that she refuses to take this marriage business seriously, which is not helped by the fact that she cannot remember any of the events of the previous night.
Grant didn’t marry Gwen because his judgment was impaired by alcohol. He knows that he’s found someone very special in Gwen. How can he convince her to give their marriage and him a chance?
This is a funny romantic novella reminiscent of some of Katie McAllister’s writing It made me want to book a trip to Scotland.
3 Tea Cups!