Go-getter Georgia Paxton has ten days to acquire a quaint hotel in the Scottish Highlands for her travel accommodation company before she’s off on her next grand adventure. Too bad the sexy, broody Scot who owns the place is dead against the idea…and that she’s in very real danger of losing their little bet to see who can convince whom first.
There’s no way Callum MacGregor is going to let the gorgeous American turn his tiny hometown over to bored tourists looking to satisfy their Outlander fantasies. He only has ten days to convince her to slow down and see the magic of the town and its people. If he succeeds, he won’t have to run her out of the county. But if he fails, Georgia might run off with his heart.
I was a bit torn when it came to rating this book as it was really nice to read on the one hand but on the other hand, it wasn't hard to put it aside for a while.
"Ten Days with a Highlander" is well-written and has a really nice story. I loved to read about the village and the sometimes very special people living there, I loved how the weaker ones were protected by those around them and, well, of course, you can't find fault with a guy like Callum who knows what he wants, who is protective and sweet, sexy as hell and almost perfect. Almost. He might be a bit too protective and even though many things shouldn't change it might be time to find out if a change is always something bad.
Georgia, our heroine, is not very happy when she falls in love because her life is affected by her parents' restlessness and wanderlust and the idea of getting close to someone, well, let's just say that it sounds rather scary. It will take a very determined and very compassionate man to help her overcome her fears....
It is a nice story that slowly unfolds itself and that was really nice to read but couldn't enthrall me completely.