A cowboy without a home
Robbed of the family ranch that should have been his legacy, Raleigh Beaumont is a man with no roots and no purpose. When a friend drags him to Vegas, he figures he’s got nothing to lose. But after a hell of a lot of whiskey and a high stakes poker game with a beautiful stranger, he finds himself the alleged owner of a barony in Scotland.
An heiress with a crumbling heritage
When her brother’s bride disappears just days before the wedding that’s meant to save their ancestral home from the mad marriage pact that’s held their family captive for generations, Kyla MacKean believes they’ve been granted a reprieve. Until she finds out about the new, single—male—owner of Lochmara and knows she’s next on the chopping block or ownership of both their estates reverts to the crown.
A modern answer to a three-hundred-year-old problem.
Raleigh’s lost his land once. He’s not about to lose it again. Not even because of some lunatic pact made centuries before he was born. Kyla’s desperate to save Ardinmuir. She agrees to marry him on one condition: They wed for one year to satisfy the pact, then get a quick and quiet divorce. There’s no stipulation against it, and they’ll both get what they want.
But this displaced Texan and his fiery bride are about to find so much more than they bargained for.
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I LOVED Kyla and Raleigh! These two are an example of my perfect romance with their slow burn love story. He was stripped of his family legacy and she’s fighting like crazy to hang on to hers, which somehow made them a perfect partnership.
Complete with a rocky first impression.
I had such a fun time reading Cowboy In A Kilt that I devoured it completely. It’s a fun story that’s not just a marriage of convenience, not just friends to lovers but also a kind of fish out of water story. Raleigh somehow fits into the town and makes his own connections which makes his home feel like his home.
This is the start to a new series and this first book has me excited for the next story. Usually the first book in a series spends too much time telling us about all the characters but even though we didn’t know these characters beforehand, they were introduced seamlessly and well-fleshed out.
There are so many characters I want to know about and I hope they all get a love story…even possibly Malcolm and Charlotte!
Cowboy in a Kilt is such a fun story, a good time from start to finish and now I need to know, who’s story is next!
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