Although standing on Scottish soil, Liam Alexander Blackwell, finds himself in a world he was not prepared for, facing a young pretty opponent he never expected on his ancestral estate, now called the Highlander Inn – and current movie set for Neil MacDonell’s epic historical film.
The very last thing Caitlin expected was the spectacular appearance of a tall red-haired, kilt-clad Scott-Blackfoot warrior with emerald eyes, claiming to be the rightful heir to the Blackwell estate. Unfortunately for Caitlin, Liam is not like his cousins, Alex Blackwell and Rhònan Wilkie; he’s not Prince Charming, not even Mr. Nice Guy.
Unfortunately for Liam, Caitlin’s ties to the Blackwell castle are strong and she does not scare easily. The Highlander’s claymore nearly decapitates her, yet she raises a sword from the movie set against him.
“Take a breath before you pop a vein, Highland man! This is my property and you’re trespassing.”
Just when everyone thinks that he will strike, he laughs at the gall of this waif of a woman, who shares his hair colour. “Aye, she’s a Cameron for sure.” He pushes her sword aside with the tip of his. “Come, lassie, fetch me food. Tha an t-acras orm."
“Fetch your own food, laddie. You can starve for all I care.”
Despite her bravado, Caitlin fears that her days as the owner of the Highlander Inn are numbered. She wages battle against Lord Liam Alexander Blackwell, who vows that his ancestors’ legacy will remain in Blackwell hands, eternally. The biggest battle of her life, however, takes her to Canada's Siksika Valley, during the filming of another historical movie, among people who welcome her warmly, and support her when her world collapses around her.