A Highlander Walks Into a Bar: A Highland, Georgia Novel

Laura Trentham (Author)


The timeless romance, soaring passion--and gorgeous men--of Scotland come to modern-day America. And the rules of love will never be the same...

Isabel Buchanan is fiery, funny, and never at a loss for words. But she is struck speechless when her mother returns from a trip to Scotland with a six-foot-tall, very handsome souvenir. Izzy's mother is so infatuated by the fellow that Izzy has to plan their annual Highland Games all by herself. Well, not completely by herself. The Highlander's strapping young nephew has come looking for his uncle...

Alasdair Blackmoor has never seen a place as friendly as this small Georgia town--or a girl as brilliant and beguiling as Izzy. Instead of saving his uncle, who seems to be having a lovely time, Alasdair decides he'd rather help Izzy with the Highland Games. Show her how to dance like a Highlander. Drink like a Highlander. And maybe, just maybe, fall in love with a Highlander. But when the games are over, where do they go from here?

"Laura Trentham creates a romance that is both extremely sensual and phenomenal."
--Fresh Fiction

Product Details

$7.99  $7.35
St. Martin's Press
Publish Date
July 30, 2019
4.1 X 0.9 X 6.7 inches | 0.35 pounds
Mass Market Paperbound
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About the Author

Laura Trentham is an award-winning author of contemporary and historical romance, including Then He Kissed Me and The Military Wife. She is a member of RWA, and has been a finalist multiple times in the Golden Heart competition. A chemical engineer by training and a lover of books by nature, she lives in South Carolina.


"Trentham's series launch is a witty twist on romantic clichés...Lies, misunderstandings, sensual romance, humor, a fast-moving plot, and delightful characters: this novel has it all." - Publishers Weekly

"Trentham opens this new series with a delightful comedy where all good intentions go wrong but the banter is just right." - Library Journal