Jen Haverhurst is on the verge of becoming a partner in New
York City's top event–planning company when her sister
calls begging for help. The New Hampshire town of
Gleann—where they spent many happy childhood
summers—is in danger of losing its main attraction,
the Highland Games. Jen reluctantly agrees to take over
running the Games, as well as helping with their aunt's
failing B&B. But she didn't count on Leith MacDougall.
Before Jen left town ten years ago, Leith was a summer
friend who grew into something much more. Since then, he's
become a legend of the Highland Games, winning three years
in a row. Now retired, he's just about ready to skip town to
chase his own dreams of success.
But when Jen tries to convince Leith to stick around and
help revive the Games, their youthful romance is revived
into a very grown–up Highland affair...