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by Sheila McClure

SCOTLANDER by Sheila McClure

In this heartfelt, sexy, and, at times, emotional romantic comedy, LA entertainment reporter Willa Jenkins embarks on a two-week Jacobian experience in Scotland following the death of her friend. When she arrives, she meets the sexy but annoying Finlay Jamieson, whom she must pretend to be married to for the next fourteen days… SCOTLANDER will be released by Lake Union Publishing on June 21, 2023.

Review Highlights

“McClure has successfully created layered characters and adds a lot of sly laughs and inside Outlander jokes that will keep readers entertained, and the happily-ever-after ending will leave readers satisfied. A must-buy where Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander is popular.” —Library Journal

Scotlander by [Sheila McClure]

Page Count: 365

About the Book

From the glitz of LA to the mists of Scotland. Is it true love for Willa or just a Highland fling?

When the Big C takes her best friend too soon, Willa Jenkins struggles to recapture the joy in her life, and all she wants is to get away from LA’s glitzy party circuit. But superfan Valentina had other plans. For her final, wickedly funny act, she’s packing her bestie off on a two-week Outlander-themed experience at Balcraigie Castle, Scotland.

Expecting a couple of weeks with Valentina’s hot brother Gabe, Willa gets more than she bargained for when she’s put to work doing actual, real-life farm work. Not only that, but to get the ‘full’ experience, she’s paired up with the irritating—and irritatingly sexy—Finn, with whom she will pose as fake husband and wife for the next two weeks.

Willa despairs of Valentina’s terrible trick. But then she makes a discovery. Finn’s family might just lose the castle if they can’t make the experience worthwhile for the other attendees. The stakes are high, but as the days pass and the fake marriage she signed up for starts to feel all too real, could Willa be in for a prize of a different kind…love?

About the Author

Sheila McClure lives in the English countryside with her Scottish husband, their dogs, Harris and Skye, and a small herd of delightfully striped Belted Galloway cattle. Prior to rural life in the UK, she was a camerawoman and news producer for Associated Press Television. As she’s originally from Seattle, she began her working life as a barista. She has also written books as Annie O’Neil and Daisy Tate. She will never refuse a quality dill pickle.