Highland Fling by Katie Fforde
Jenny Porter, a 'virtual assistant', spends her life sorting out other people's problems. But when one of her clients asks her to go to Scotland to do a little hands-on investigation into a woollen mill he has a financial interest in, it doesn't turn out to be the working holiday she hoped for. For not only does her role at Dalmain House include rather a lot of unexpected tasks - of which the cooking is the least taxing - but she also finds herself finds herself charmed into helping run 'The Homely Haggis', a mobile burger bar. But it's when her abrasive customer, Ross Grant, turns out to be someone she can genuinely talk to, that she really gets confused. And when Jenny finds herself torn between loyalty to her client and letting down the people of Drumossie, her problem-stretching skills are stretched to the limit. It's a pity they don't seem able to stretch to sorting out her own, increasingly complicated personal life.