Here is the description from the back cover: Catriona Grant is desperate. Fleeing a forced marriage in Scotland, she arrives on the doorstep of Rutleigh Hall seeking shelter as a distant relation, only to find that Knight Dennison, the Viscount Rutleigh, may be worse than the man she fled. True to his dangerous reputation, Knight threatens to toss the penniless, flame-haired impostor out-until she produces the family ring as proof of her identity. Thrust into the role of guardian, the dark, compelling Knight has his doubts about the lovely Scottish lass, who's clearly keeping secrets-but her wit, beauty, and artless grace are hard to resist. When his sister starts husband-hunting for Catriona, the idea of any other man possessing her is suddenly unthinkable. For Knight realizes that there's only one possible groom for her: himself.
This description of the plot doesn't do justice to the story. What a terrific bunch of characters-from the nobles to the servants, famliy members and friends, you'll like them all. Catriona has the 'sight', but so does the housekeeper. This is a friendly, happy book. I found myself smiling as I read various parts, mostly between Catriona and Knight. What a nice hero, and when he realizes he loves her, he becomes playful. Even the villians are nice. I hope the author does two more books, one about the brother, James and another about Lamont.