Evie Nicholson is focused on the past. She works as an antiques appraiser in London and becomes infatuated with all of her wares, from French champagne glasses to satin evening gloves to Victorian picture frames, regardless of how invaluable they might be.
Her sister, Alice Nicholson, is in love with a man named Fraser Graham, a charming Scotsman that Evie is also secretly in love with. Alice is the polar opposite of the cluttered Evie: polished, neat, and stylish. Alice prides herself in her organizational skills and makes it her goal to push her sister out of her comfort zone once and for all.
Alice decides to give Evie an offer she can’t refuse to appraise a Scottish castle full of ancient heirlooms and artifacts. In the castle, Evie soon crosses paths with the heir Robert McAndrew. She finally decides what she wants most of all, but only time will tell if the traditional Scottish ball will make both of the sisters’ wishes come true.
If you couldn’t tell, Swept Off Her feet is a modern-day fairy tale that has just enough charm and wit to make it interesting.