Book #7, Kilts & Quilts series, pages 332, Quilting fiction set around a group of quilters in
small town Scotland.
The quilters of Gandiegow expand more than their quilting enterprise into the village of Whussendale. They bring along a heavy dose of good-hearted meddling, too. What’s the outcome? Love will never be the same… When Tuck MacBride, Gandiegow’s favorite scapegoat, is blamed for a fisherman’s tragic accident, Tuck takes on extra work to secretly funnel his
warnings to the maimed fisherman’s family. Haunted by the mistaken turn of events, Tuck is working night and day. Even so he can’t stop thinking about the new lass who has just arrived in town.
Ryn Breckenridge has no one left in the world. To fulfill her mother’s last request, Ryn travels to
Scotland to return a quilt to her long lost cousin. Hoping to rebuild family ties, Ryn volunteers to
help her cousin at the upcoming quilt retreat. But there is more than quilting on Ryn’s mind. The
irresistible Tuck MacBride is proving to be a dangerous distraction.
Ryn’s past is riddled with bad boys like Tuck, who have left her alone and broken. She vows to
stay away, but can’t help taking a closer look when she realizes there is more to Tuck than meets the eye. Both of their pasts contain shattered promises, but Scotland is known to bring reluctant hearts together. Will the two of them be willing to cross the deep chasm between them and find love? If they do, they will only have Scotland to blame…