To Scotland with Love (Kilts and Quilts #1) (Mass Market Paperbound)

By Patience Griffin

Berkley Books, 9780451468291, 374pp.

Publication Date: June 3, 2014

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Welcome to the charming Scottish seaside town of Gandiegow--where two people have returned home for different reasons, but to find the same thing....

Caitriona Macleod gave up her career as an investigative reporter for the role of perfect wife. But after her husband is found dead in his mistress's bed, a devastated Cait leaves Chicago for the birthplace she hasn't seen since she was a child. She's hoping to heal and to reconnect with her gran. The last thing she expects to find in Gandiegow is the Sexiest Man Alive She just may have stumbled on the ticket to reigniting her career--if her heart doesn't get in the way.

Graham Buchanan is a movie star with many secrets. A Gandiegow native, he frequently hides out in his hometown between films. He also has a son he'll do anything to protect. But Cait Macleod is too damn appealing--even if she is a journalist.

Quilting with her gran and the other women of the village brings Cait a peace she hasn't known in years. But if she turns in the story about Graham, Gandiegow will never forgive her for betraying one of its own. Should she suffer the consequences to resurrect her career? Or listen to her battered and bruised heart and give love another chance?

About the Author

Patience Griffin grew up in a small town along the Mississippi River, enjoying life in a tight-knit community. She loves to quilt and has gained recognition with her September 11th Story Quilt, which has toured the country and is currently hanging in the Pentagon. She has a master's degree in nuclear engineering but spends her days writing stories about hearth and home and dreaming about the fictional small town of Gandiegow, Scotland.

Praise For To Scotland with Love (Kilts and Quilts #1)

“Griffin’s lyrical and moving debut marks her as a most talented newcomer to the romance genre.”—Publisher’s Weekly