Jess Fielding is Cameron McCallum’s newly-appointed personal assistant. He is due to take over from his father as Laird on their Scottish Highland estate. Used to the corporate world, Jess finds that, whilst the professional demands of her new role are straightforward, the domestic and family dynamics in Cameron’s stately home leave her feeling daunted.
Instantly attracted to Cameron, Jess begins to suspect that her feelings are reciprocated. But the appearance of Alexandra, an old university friend of Cameron’s, upsets their blossoming romance.
Cameron’s father is determined that his son should make a match fit for a Laird. Will Cameron live up to his father’s expectations or follow his heart?
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I love the Scottish Highlands, castles and rambling old houses!
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
In my youth I worked in a hotel and lived-in, as a holiday job. It was fun but also oppressive to be living and working with the same bunch of people. I worked over Christmas one year and that was a really special time – strange to be away from home but nice to be part of a big gathering.
I’m an indie writer of fiction that is sometimes -and sometimes not!- best described as romance. I write longer-length romantic women’s fiction that often has elements of humour. I also write in the genres of contemporary and historical romance, ranging from sweet/subtle to sensual stories. I publish my writing electronically on Amazon and Smashwords. Some books are also available in print.
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