Her Scottish CEO

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About the author:
Born and raised in L.A., romance writer Christy Olesen found a home in Northwest Nevada just over the hill from Lake Tahoe. Her travels to Scotland, England, Europe, and Canada, as well as living in the high desert of Nevada have inspired her contemporary tender romances. When not writing Christy enjoys traveling in her 1955 self-restored travel trailer. She enjoys gardening, reading and painting. She has worked for over 20 years as a graphic artist for a local community newspaper, an experience which has sparked her series of Nevada tender romances: Cottonwood County Chronicles, and Cottonwood County Sheriff's Office.

Her Scottish CEO

Authored by Christy Olesen

ENHANCED EDITION featuring 17 original watercolor illustrations. Interior illustrations are in black and white in this version.
Contemporary Tender Romance.
Fleeing a lifetime of disappointment, American artist Marcie Winters puts her hopes on a new job that takes her miles away to Scotland. She needs this illustration job. What she doesn't need is a car accident. On her own in Scotland, starting her new career, she thought disappointment was behind her. Not only has she landed the job she needs to kick off her career, but she's met a handsome Scotsman who understands her artistic nature. Maybe that's why she feels a strong connection when they met. Maybe that's why he is on the scene just when she needs him.
Greg McInnis was a cocky photographer, a man free to roam the world, until one fateful moment thrust him into the top job in his family's publishing business. After two difficult years trying to live up to his father's accomplishments and forget his failures, he's looking for the brilliant spark that will persuade his grandfather to accept his unconventional project. He finds it in the artwork of Marcie Winters, the beguiling American artist, but after the accident neither knows for certain if she'll be able to paint again.
Set in the beautiful Great Glen in the Highlands of Scotland, from Fort William to Inverness along the Caledonian Canal and Loch Ness. Richly illustrated with 17 original watercolors painted on location in the Great Glen.

Publication Date:
0615741665 / 9780615741666
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5.5" x 8.5"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Romance / Contemporary

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