The Sweetest Hours

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Book #1 in the Sage Family of Scotland series

Harlequin Superromance, December 2013

ISBN-13: 978-0373718955

Real life is no place for fairy tales… 

Kristin Hart has romantic notions of Scotland. Yet she never expects to find a real-life Scotsman in her Vermont hometown! Despite her instant connection with him, Malcolm MacDowall isn’t the Prince Charming she thought. Because no prince would shut down her factory—the one that means everything to her town.

Really, she has no choice. Kristin hops on the next flight to Edinburgh, determined to convince Malcolm her workplace should remain open. But the distraction of the man is almost too much. Still, the magic of the Highlands makes anything seem possible…even a happily ever after of her own.


HOLT Medallion Award of Merit, Best Long Contemporary Romance, 2014

Finalist for 2014 Award of Excellence, Best Series Book, Colorado Romance Writers

Finalist for 2014 Heart of Excellence Readers’ Choice Award, Short & Long Contemporary Romance

Editorial Reviews:

“Charming, yet flawed characters make this book a keeper.”  4 starsAlexandra Kay, RT Book Reviews

Reader Reviews:

“This was one of those books where I enjoyed the beginning, enjoyed the middle, and loved the ending.  It was a feel-good book that did not let me down.  I would gladly read another novel by this author.”  5 stars Amazon reader review

“I love reading romance or I wouldn’t read so many…  But every once in a while there is a novel that has something different.  That sets it apart from the others.  This is one of those books.  There is a special engaging quality that drew me in.  I fell in love with the hero, a modern-day Scots warrior.  I could identify with the heroine… The time reading this novel was the sweetest hours.” 5 stars Amazon reader review


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