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Book 2 in the Highland Games series
"...a sensual, refreshingly unique story that will stir readers' hearts...Though fans will need little urging, new readers should add this book, and this series, to their shelves quickly."
—RT Book Reviews Magazine, 4 1/2 stars
"Martine expertly sets the stage with all the elements of romance."
Even though Shea Montgomery's swanky bar and distinguished palate have made her a highly regarded whiskey connoisseur, she's happiest bringing her favorite spirit to various highland games around New England. Her demanding ex made her wary of men obsessed with money and status, and she's now more comfortable in the country than in the city. Still, when a gorgeous rugby player straight from Wall Street barrels into her whiskey tent, she's tempted to change her mind...
Book 1.5 in the Highland Games series
Chris Weir is terrific with his hands. Whether it's wielding a shovel during his landscaping day job, or pouring energy into playing the fiddle, he is both skilled and passionate. Though he's a musical prodigy, his past mistakes have narrowed his future, and he's accepted the fact that the chances of getting out of his tiny hometown of Gleann, New Hampshire are slim.
In the midst of turning his life around, the girl he secretly crushed on in high school returns, forcing him to reevaluate who he was and who he is meant to become.
Maisie Blackwood never wanted to leave Gleann. Her wealthy parents hated seeing their smart, obedient little girl being drawn into the small-town party scene, so six years ago they sent her away. Now, after graduating college, she's back in town slinging fish and chips and pulling pints at her family's historic Scottish-style pub. She's made her own mistakes, and her plan is to help out her grandparents until she can find her own path.
Gleann is only supposed to be a rest stop, but then she meets Chris and discovers that the only thing more powerful than his gift for music is his heart.