Autumn in Scotland

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Abandoned by a rogueBetrothed to an earl she had never met, Charlotte Haversham arrived at Balfurin, hoping to find love at the legendary Scottish castle. Instead she found decaying towers and no husband among the ruins. So Charlotte worked a miracle, transforming the rotting fortress into a prestigious girls' school. And now, five years later, her life is filled with purpose—until . . .Seduced by a strangerA man storms Charlotte's castle—and he is not the reprehensible Earl ofMarne, the one who stole her dowry and dignity, but rather the absent lord's handsome, worldly cousin Dixon MacKinnon. Mesmerized by the fiery Charlotte, Dixon is reluctant to correct her mistake. And though she's determined not to play the fool again, Charlotte finds herself strangely thrilled by the scoundrel's amorous attentions. But a dangerous intrigue hasdrawnDixon to Balfurin. And if his ruse is prematurely revealed, a passionate, blossoming love affair could crumble into ruin.

The tourist season starts to ease by the middle of September [well- it did in pre-Covid19 times, anyway] and attractions such as castles start to close in October. In spite of its fame for being an evergreen pine country, Scotland still has some colors to show off during the autumn months. The deciduous areas of the Scottish Highlands dress up in yellow, orange, red, russet, gold, and amber hues between late September and October. Autumn in Scotland.

Scotland: Campsies - Trossachs - Kilpatricks. Hills and walks near my home town of Glasgow.