Highland Fling by Shelli Stevens

Sleeping with her boss can only lead to trouble. And pleasure.

The McLaughlins, Book 4

Delonna comes by her Scottish-style frugality honestly—her parents’ spendthrift ways

once left her temporarily homeless. She’s been tending bar at McLaughlin’s Pub, looking

forward to the day she can call her own shots. Until her now ex-boyfriend makes off with

her hard-earned savings. Now she’s got a bookie breathing threats down her neck in an

apparent attempt to squeeze blood from a turnip.

Aleck McLaughlin has three good reasons to keep his hands off the delectable Delonna.

One, he’s her boss. Two, she’s a good ten years younger. Three, he’s sworn to never again

leave his heart vulnerable.

Her predicament sends all those reasons out the window, and Aleck moves her in with

him for protection, then whisks her away on a whirlwind trip from Whidbey Island to


The romance of being in Edinburgh only increases their need for one another. But it

quickly becomes clear they’re facing a past that’s just as painful as the present is dangerous…

Warning: A sexy, broody, pub owner determined to seduce his flirty, bombshell

bartender. Not-so-hidden dangers, travels to Scotland, and maybe a little spanky panky.

I definitely love reading book because it had so much emotion throughout the story. The story has so much that it made it a quicker read. I definitely fell in love with Aleck. Aleck is so hunky and passionate that it makes total sense for reader to fall in love with. Who does like Scottish man? Delonna is definitely the perfect women for Aleck. She is totally beautiful and a great personality that it was no surprise for Aleck to fall for her. They definitely had a rough start but it was worth to be together. Delonna definitely have a rough start because her ex left her completely broke and a bookie on her tail. Aleck have found out and insist to help her because he secretly have a thing for her. They both begin a hilarious and romance journey together. Another great book. 


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