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The Last MacKlenna

The Last MacKlenna

Author(s): Katherine Lowry Logan

Location(s): Kentucky, Napa Valley, Scotland

Genre(s): Fiction, Romance

Era(s): early 21st century

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A multi-layered international romance that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

A cat and mouse game between two corporate jet-setters that will take you from Scotland, to Kentucky, to California and back again.

Meredith Montgomery, the owner of a Napa, California winery, is facing not only another holiday alone but devastating news. Seeking a distraction, she flies to Scotland to search genealogy records for a brochure advertising her winery’s 150th-anniversary gala. While in Edinburgh, she meets Elliott Fraser, a Highlander, who is president of MacKlenna Farm, a world-renowned Thoroughbred breeding operation in Lexington, Kentucky.

A dinner invitation turns into a Christmas Day outing at Elliott’s four-hundred-year-old family castle in the Scottish Highlands. Following the most perfect day in Meredith’s life, Elliott rushes back to Kentucky to deal with a crisis on his farm.

Not wanting to return to her office in California and the medical news awaiting her, Meredith stops in Kentucky for a visit. Disaster strikes both Elliott and his farm, pulling Meredith into a web of mystery and murder at a time when she’s facing trouble of her own.

Can these two wealthy and powerful people find their way through the chaos and take a chance on their volatile love, or will the obstacles they face be too much to overcome?

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