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Alexandra Kiley writes big-hearted contemporary romances full of banter, found-family, and deep love, set in the sweeping landscapes of Scotland.


Rugged as the land he loves, Scottish tour operator Logan Sutherland isn't handing over the reins of his family's business to anyone, least of all a tartan-drunk American his father hired. 


All travel consultant Addie Macrae needs is one glance at Logan in a kilt to realize how she's going to save his company. Did somebody say, Outlander Tour? Problem is, Logan’s stuck in the past and dead-set on thwarting every one of her changes.


Sparks fly in a castle with dark corners, blurring Addie and Logan’s battle lines and complicating her plan to steamroll him before heading off on her next assignment. As they search for a compromise, their hearts tangle like a Celtic knot, but what's best for Logan's business may destroy their chance for a future. 

Kilt Trip
Scot and Bothered


Aspiring writer Ava Sinclair dreams of seeing her words in print, so when her ailing mentor asks her to co-write her memoir, she jumps at the chance.


Her insistence that Ava hike the rugged, eighty-mile Skye Trail for authenticity’s sake is the least of her worries—the photographer she hired is none other than Jack Sutherland, the TA who broke Ava’s heart. But she won’t let Jack stand in the way of reaching her dreams a second time.

Jack and Ava set off on the Skye Trail, facing inclement weather, indignant hairy coos, and years of unspoken hurts. In the solitude of the sweeping Scottish landscape, the cozy inns and the heat of whisky around the campfire, Ava and Jack are forced to confront the roles they played in their break-up—and ask themselves if a second chance at love is worth the risk of picking up the pieces all over again.

“Then catch the moments as they fly, and use them as ye ought, man. Believe me, happiness is shy, and comes not ay when sought, man.”

Robert Burns

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