At 21 life is supposed to be a party, right? Wrong, for Kenna McDowell it means learning to live on her own after depending on her parents for years after an accident left her with no memories of her life before she was seventeen years old. She thought it'd been difficult learning how to read and write again, but that had nothing on keeping a job, learning how to cook or keeping up with the way Riley Harper makes her feel. Determined to find her way in this alien place Kenna does her best to discover herself, dodge her Aunt Catherine's wacky attempts at matchmaking and prove to herself that home can be anywhere. This is the sequel to My Highland Home and the story of what happened to the "real" Laird McDowell's daughter.