The Trouble With Scotland A Novel
From Patience Griffin
Book #5, Kilts & Quilts® series, pages 382
The quilting ladies of the Scottish village of Gandiegow are known to piece together more than
just fabric . . .
Life isn’t going as planned and Sadie Middleton is rethinking her whole future. Thankfully one
thing is staying the same: She’s able to share her love of quilting with her grandmother Gigi. The
two of them enter a contest and win an all-expenses-paid trip to the Kilts and Quilts retreat in the
Scottish Highlands. But their victory turns hollow when Gigi passes away before they can go.
Sadie is grief-stricken, but her brother convinces her to take the trip to Gandiegow anyway.
There she meets a charming circle of quilters who remind her of her grandmother—and Ross
Armstrong, a handsome fisherman who brings a smile to her face. Newly single, Ross intends to
enjoy his freedom. That plan goes awry as he comes to know Sadie—and a surprising spark is lit.
Too bad some well-meaning folks want to protect Ross from getting hurt again and are
determined to keep him and the American lass apart...