In Scotland for a semester of research, a Texas woman LeeAnna Davidson by chance meets Robert MacDonald, a native of the Isle of Skye. A handsome man of many parts, Robert is a former soldier in the Royal Scottish Regiment, an engineer, a musician, and a kids’ soccer coach. Robert hasn’t had a serious relationship since he lost his first love in a tragic accident for which he feels responsible. Still hurt from an unhappy divorce, LeeAnna is focused on her University of Glasgow research and a new job when she returns home. Come along to see if Robert and LeeAnna will be paralyzed by their past or find a way forward to love.
If you enjoy sweet romance, join Robert and LeeAnna in their journey of discovery on the beautiful Isle of Skye and beyond.
Targeted Age Group:: Adults
Heat/Violence Level: Heat Level 4 – R Rated
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
The main characters meet on a train ride from Glasgow to Mallaig through an isolated countryside ablaze with many shades of pink heather. This area which I have personally experienced was more beautiful than I could describe on the page, but I hope you will come away from reading this book understanding that Scotland is a wonderful place for love to flourish.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
The hero Robert MacDonald had to be a man as memorable as the Isle of Skye where he grew up and his family still lives. He comes from a close knit family steeped in Scottish tradition, his family members are as much a part of this love story as Robert himself. He did not mean to fall in love with LeeAnna Davidson, a talented Texas woman in Scotland for a semester of research at the University of Glasgow. It was a chance meeting on that train from Glasgow to Mallaig that changed their lives forever. Both have emotional obstacles to overcome. I hope you’ll come along for their journey of discovery.
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