Claire Starke is off to Scotland to make sure that her fellow Rake Patroller is not sold off into white slavery! What she finds when she arrives is a laird that owns a whisky distillery, which is not that much better...
Cameron MacPherson is tired of his mother inviting English woman to his home is hopes of him finding a wife. This latest group takes the cake as it includes a woman reformer spouting the ills of drinking.
What happens when this unlikely duo finds themselves attracted to each other?
I really enjoyed this story. We see a little bit of Claire in the first story in the series and know that she is a bit radical. She definitely makes an impression when she first arrives in Scotland.
Both Claire and Cameron have some healing of past hurts to get over and I think that allowed them to connect with each other on a different level than their attraction for each other did.
I loved that the author included photography in the book. As an avid photographer myself, it was neat to read about the early use of cameras.
I'm really excited to continue to read this series and hope the with each one we revisit each of the members of the Rake Patrol!