The Highlander’s Hope – A Contemporary Romance (THE HUNT) by Cali MacKay

From USA Today Bestselling Author, Cali MacKay-

When Dr. Catriona Ross finds clues to a lost highland treasure, she needs the help of Scotland's most eligible bachelor, Iain MacCraigh. Iain's up for a treasure hunt, especially when the historian looking for them has curves to go with her smarts. But with word getting out about the jewels, can they find love and the jewels before it's too late?

When Dr. Catriona Ross discovers clues to a long lost highland treasure, known as the Highlander's Hope, her only hope of finding the jewels is to obtain the help of Scotland's most eligible bachelor and playboy, Iain MacCraigh.

Iain can't believe his luck when he finds out the jewels are hidden away somewhere on his land– and it doesn't hurt that the historian looking for them has curves to go with her smarts. With his brother betting the family fortune, this is the life line he desperately needs.

The odds are against them, and with word getting out about the jewels, they're not the only ones on the hunt. Time's running out, but can they learn to trust each other, or will they lose the jewels and true love in the process?

* This book was previously titled The Hunt. *

About Cali MacKay

Cali MacKay lives in New England with her husband, two girls and their crazy mutt. When not tapping away on her laptop and getting her characters into trouble, she can be found designing book covers for other authors, wrangling her girls, and splicing DNA.



She's also a decent potter, adventurous cook, and horrible gardener.

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