A Highlander In A Pickup by Laura Trentham

This seems to be a wonderful small town where real men from Scotland seem to land. It was a great idea for a town named Highland to add a Scottish festival every year to hopefully get tourists in their town. Since they did this Anna is now planning the festival and is a little over her head since she has a job and hopes to run for Mayor of the city. She meets Iain and they have many adventures working together to plan the festival. I really enjoyed the romance. I received a copy of this book from St. Martin’s Press for a fair and honest opinion that I gave of my own free will


Publisher Description

A Highlander in a Pickup is the second book in award-winning author Laura Trentham’s romantic comedy Highland Georgia series, full of love, laughs…and highlanders!

When a gorgeous new man–in a kilt–comes to town, life in Highland, Georgia will never be the same…

Iain Connors is the poster boy for the strong and silent type. Growing up a loner at Cairndow Castle in Scotland with only the cliffs and moors for company, it’s understood Iain will assume the mantle of Cairndow groundskeeper when his father is ready to relinquish it. But his stint in Her Majesty’s Armed Forces has opened up a whole new world–and now, rather than settle down, he accepts an invitation to travel to the States to take charge of the Highland Games. After all, he’s led men into battle, how hard can planning a party be?

Anna Maitland is ready to step up for her best friend Isabel Blackmoor, who can’t run the Games in their hometown this year. Surely Anna, a dance instructor with boundless energy, spirit, and charm, is up for the challenge? What she doesn’t anticipate is a man in a kilt who turns up claiming he’s the one in charge. What’s worse about this Iain? He’s so infuriatingly handsome that she can’t help but fantasize about him whispering sweet-nothings in her ear in his rumbly, sexy brogue. . .

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