Lily gets thrown back in time to 17th century Scotland, where she meets the cranky but attractive Chief of Clan Cameron, Ewen. Court politics and trust issues make things a little complicated, but we all know what happens when a strong lady from the future and a Scottish laird from the past meet.
Claire said some terrible things to her husband Robert right before he walked out of her life. Now she’s chasing after him to earn back his love—and even the horrors of war won’t stop her. Girl’s gonna get stuff done.
Jake hails from the 21st century, Amanda from medieval times. This series leans more English than Scottish, but you can’t help but love the sweet and unlikely romances. Also there are snarky ghosts, which is just plain fun.
Bertie Frasier is a Cockney pickpocket who tells it like it is. Sinclair McBride is a workaholic widower with two unruly children. Enter Bertie as governess, and you basically have a sexier version of Mary Poppins. With kilts.
Grimm is basically a hot, angsty Scottish superhero, which works out really well with his name. And even though he may want to remain aloof, but Jillian St. Clair is not about to take no for an answer.
Not even an unsolved murder and family drama can keep the brilliant (but supposedly mad) Lord Ian Mackenzie and the charming (but supposedly unavailable) widow Beth Ackerley apart. An addictive read that balances the sweet and the sexy.