Swept Off Her Feet

Swept Off Her Feet

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The steps of a charmingly complex dance--Scotland's famous reel--are at the heart of Hester Browne's enchanting contemporary novel of two very different sisters whose dreams may come true at a romantic Scottish ball.

Evie Nicholson is in love . . . with the past. An antiques appraiser in a London shop, Evie spins fanciful attachments to Victorian picture frames, French champagne glasses, satin evening gloves, and tattered teddy bears--regardless of their monetary value.

Alice Nicholson is in love . . . with Fraser Graham, a dashing Scotsman whom Evie secretly desires. As crisply neat and stylish as Evie is cheerfully cluttered, Alice is a professional organizer determined to pull her sister out of her comfort zone--and who presents her with an irresistible offer.

As a favor to friends of Fraser's family, Evie jumps at the chance to appraise a Scottish castle full of artifacts and heirlooms. What could be more thrilling than roaming the halls of Kettlesheer and uncovering the McAndrews' family treasures--and dusty secrets?

But crossing paths with moody heir Robert McAndrew has Evie assessing what she wants the most . . . and at an upcoming candlelight gala, a traditional dance will set her heart reeling.
Publisher: New York ; Toronto : Gallery Books, 2011
Edition: 1st Gallery Books trade pbk. ed. --
ISBN: 9781439168844
1439168849
Branch Call Number: FIC Brown
Characteristics: 330 p

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AL_KATI Nov 06, 2017

I was charmed on the first page. If you like a bit of sass and more character development than a lot of steamy time, plus you love the allure of Scotland and its kilted men, this book is perfect to read on a cold evening with your favorite warm beverage. I fell hard for all the characters!

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