Kilt Trip

Canary Street. Mar. 2024. 336p. ISBN 9781335009296. pap. $18.99. CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE
DEBUT Hospitality consultant Addie Macre is sent to Edinburgh to overhaul a faltering family-run tour company. Her first night in the city is spent in a pub where she meets a rugged, kilt-wearing Scot who tells amazing stories about his country. The next day she discovers that her Scot is Logan Sutherland, co-owner of the business she’s been sent to update and restructure. Logan’s joy is showing guests parts of Scotland that other tours don’t visit, and he doesn’t want some American coming in and making his trips like all the other kitschy Scottish tours. When he finds out the beautiful woman he met the night before is the one who’ll be making the changes, he declares office war. Eventually, a truce is had: Addie will let Logan show her the Scotland he loves, and in exchange, Logan will listen to Addie’s ideas. As they work together, their mutual attraction becomes a delightful distraction.
VERDICT This enemies-to-lovers romance is captivating. The characters are well-developed, the story is well-written, and the beautiful descriptions of Scotland enchant.
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