When her great uncle dies and leaves
her a house and partial castle in Scotland, Chloe Sullivan
thinks a short trip to Glen Dunn is in order to sort things
out, sell the land, and come back to America and her job as
a financial consultant. What Chloe doesn’t count on is her
uncle’s bizarre will. If Chloe wants the land to be sold to
one of the townspersons, she has to stay in Scotland for a
month. And if Chloe wants to actually keep her
inheritance, she has to marry a Scot within a month. Her
uncle is even so helpful as to provide a potential husband,
Chloe may not want to marry someone to
keep her inheritance, but she has no problem spending a
month in the Highlands with the handsome Malcolm. He’s
sexy, charming, and kind. What more could a woman want?
Though she knows their relationship isn’t meant to last,
Chloe can’t help but wonder what it would be like if she
could stay. But when Malcolm finds out about the will, will
their newfound love be crushed by broken trust?
Where There’s a Will took
me on an enchanting journey to the Highlands of Scotland
where humor, history, and romance were deftly spun together
to create a story that is simply wonderful. Katriena
Knights has created an entire cast of characters that I
would love to know in real life and a town that completely
endeared itself to me. As for the hero and heroine of the
tale, Chloe is straightforward, intelligent, and keeps her
cool even when she’s slightly out of her depths. She’s the
kind of person that, were she real, I could see myself being
friends with. Malcolm is a fantastic hero. He’s patient,
thoughtful, and oh-so-deliciously attractive. Malcolm is
just perfect enough to make him a sigh-worthy hero and just
imperfect enough to make him feel like he could be real.
Ms. Knights weaves in a lot of Scottish
history into the story, which I found to be delightful. Ms.
Knights clearly loves the country she wrote about and it
comes through in the writing, the excitement coming off the
page so clearly that I could not help but be swept away by
it. From beginning to end, Where There’s a Will
is truly a pleasure to read.