Kauffman picks up the story of the eldest Chisholm brother where Bad Boys in Kilts left off. The abundance of inner monologues lets the reader get unusually close to the characters, but it's at the expense of forward motion in the story. Kauffman continues to write in a sexy Scottish brogue, but it's disappointingly absent from much of the hero's dialogue. However, the foreplay near waterfalls and the sex atop castles does not disappoint.

When Erin MacGregor scouts the perfect location for her Bachelor-style reality show, her boss is even more thrilled than she is. The location she finds comes equipped with next season's star, handsome Scot Dylan Chisholm. Dylan wants no part of next season, but he wants all of Erin. Erin and Dylan begin mixing business with pleasure until Erin fears it's more than she can handle. (BRAVA, Mar., 336 pp., $14.00)
Reviewed by: 
Jennifer Madsen