Must Love Kilts

Must Love Kilts

by Angela Quarles


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ISBN-13: 9780990540076
Publisher: Unsealed Room Press
Publication date: 07/06/2016
Series: Must Love , #3
Pages: 244
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.60(d)

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Must Love Kilts 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Historical_Romance_Lover More than 1 year ago
Imagine visiting Scotland and getting thrown back in time! That is what happened to Traci and her sister Fiona during a night of drinking. The next day, Traci finds herself back in her own time, but without her sister. She must go back and find her! Traci meets Iain during her first trip and goes to him for help. Too bad his family thinks she is a spy. Lots of chaos ensues because of this. The attraction between them is red hot, so why let a little thing like possibly being a spy get between them?? Will Iain and Traci be able to find her sister? I'm excited to read the next book in the series, which will give us Fiona's story.
LindaTownsend More than 1 year ago
A vividly-written, well-plotted, fast-paced, adventurous time-travel Scottish romance! MUST LOVE KILTS by Angela Quarles is the fabulous third installment in the author’s Must Love Time Travel series. In this series, her heroines embark on trips through time to find their one true love no matter where in history they may be and, along the way; readers are treated to a highly entertaining, fun and sexy heck of an escape! This installment features a computer game designer who travels back to 1689 Scotland to prove that hot guys in kilts are a myth. LOL She loses the bet. This is the story of Iain MacCowan and Traci Campbell. Must Love Kilts can easily be read as a stand alone, but I can state unequivocally that there is no way you will be able to stop at just one! Angela’s books are extremely addictive! This tale opens in current day Scotland. Traci Campbell and her sister, Fiona, are imbibing while on vacation and the two enter a bet. The bet wouldn’t have been a big deal except that Traci owned the means – a card case - to transport the two back in time where Iain and his cousin “rescue” the two lasses in a pub. In 1689 Scotland, it’s not acceptable for two young ladies to not be accompanied. After a fun night of camaraderie with the kilted hotties, the two girls go to bed. But, when Traci wakes, she finds that Fiona has disappeared. Traci can’t return to modern day Scotland without her! The two main characters are well-drawn, seemingly genuine and easy to like. They are both hiding their true selves behind flirtatious facades and neither believes in true love. I honestly couldn’t get enough of their highly entertaining sexy banter and their sex scenes were page melting. Supporting characters are awesome too! Just writing this review makes me want to re-listen to their story! Mary Jane Wells returns as the narrator for Must Love Kilts. As she has with the previous installments, she positively nails the performance. Her voice is pleasant and crystal clear. To my American ears, she aces the multiple dialects including Gaelic, Scottish, English and American. . Both her male and female voices sound realistic and she exudes the proper emotions perfectly – never overdone. She consistently differentiates between the characters and delivers a polished production. I laughed, held my breath, gasped and melted to a puddle while listening to this audio. I wanted to listen to it without stopping and didn’t want it to end. Months after finishing this audio, I still get the warm fuzzies when I think about it. Her rendition is nothing short of enthralling. This is a vividly-written, well-plotted, fast-paced, adventurous Scottish romance that mesmerized me from the first to the last with twists and turns I never saw coming. While the author states that some historical license has been taken for the plot, the historical people and places appear to be well-researched. Readers can expect a warmly satisfying ending for Iain and Traci along with a bit of a teaser regarding Fiona. Thankfully, readers do not need to wait for Fiona’s story as her story is told in the next book, Must Love More Kilts, which is already available! You’d better believe that I will be hitting play with it next! My full review is published at Reading Between the Wines Book Club. Please check it out there!
JoRead More than 1 year ago
3.5 stars rounded to 4. Funny, sexy, captivating story that pulled me into its pages from the moment it started. This is the third installment in the Must Love series but can be read as a standalone. Traci Campbell is vacationing with her sister Fiona in lovely Scotland when they wage handsome Scottish men are just a thing of legends. However once they travel to the past to discover which one of them is wrong they end up in more trouble than they bargained for. I’m a sucker for historicals, if it’s a time travel then it has to be very well written for me to like it. I know it’s fiction but it still has to be feasible for me to enjoy it. Here I liked that Traci was smart enough to run as she needed to and stay when she had to. She had her moments of hesitancy but overall was pretty smart, I mean, given the circumstances. And her “modernisms” provided the perfect twists for an overall funny read. Our sexy kilted Highlander was a charmer in disguise. He had different facets but he kept the real one hidden from the world for fear of letting others down. Once he met Traci and had no other choice but to protect her with his life, he faced his own fears and helped Traci faced hers. I kept imagining him as a big, broad-shouldered warrior with the heart (and smile) to go with the body. The time period where the romance took place created the perfect setting; it gave the story the perfect amount of drama and suspense. Overall it was an awesome read and I can’t wait what comes next when it’s Fiona’s turn. ** I was gifted a copy of this story in exchange for an honest review **
Sailon More than 1 year ago
Vacationing in Scotland, Traci and her sister find themselves swept back to the 1700’s. Her sister and family have always had a fascination with their Scottish heritage which frankly Traci doesn’t get. Her sister pushes her into a pub where they find themselves drinking with some drop dead gorgeous men in kilts. Drinking in excess is never a good idea, when you happen to be time traveling you don’t know what you’ll find when you wake up. Traci finds her sister missing and vague memories of intimacies with her kilt wearing hottie, Iain. Traci panics and zaps herself back to the future where she discovers she left her sister behind the past. She realizes she must go back and her only connection to finding her sister is Iain. Upon finding Traci gone, Iain assumes Traci to be a Campbell spy. Thinking himself a fool for hand-fasting a spy, he is shocked when Traci shows up at his clan home looking for her missing sister. Let’s just call it a case of extremely mistaken assumption and call it a day…which ends up becoming a highly entertaining and very intriguing plot. Although this is part and parcel to a series, it stood well on it owns only without the confusion of not understanding past characters and plots. That being said, Quarles pulls in those cameos we all love. Sizzling chemistry, sexy Scots and kilts, you can’t go wrong with Must Love Kilts. I received this copy of Must Love Kilts from Unsealed Room Press in exchange for a honest review.
Lashea677 More than 1 year ago
How to describe Angela Quarles latest treasure? Must Love Kilts is part The Hangover, mixed with Back to the Future and Braveheart then sprinkle in a little bit of Romeo and Juliet and you have a unique concoction of dramatic storytelling that is fun and over the top but works well together. Traci finds liquor, Scotland and adventure to be more than she bargained for when she and her sister are thrust back in time during a time of chaos and danger. With her sister missing and a strong attraction to a mysterious stranger anything can happen. I received an ARC of Must Love Kilts by Angela Quarles in exchange for an honest review. No words can describe this read except for unforgettable.
Lattebooks More than 1 year ago
Now here’s a reason not to make bets! You might end up in 1600’s Scotland and encounter some crazy adventures. Unless of course, that zipping back through time to see highlanders in kilts is a good thing. If so, you need to read this book! Traci and her sister didn’t expect to encounter Iain and his men and certainly didn’t expect the danger and mystery they fell into. I adored the banter between characters and the humor and reality put into them. I felt I was there with them hanging in Scotland. Great cast of characters with lovable flaws that made the whole story work. Both Iain and Traci have past relationships that definitely shaped who they are when they meet. They both have a lot to overcome and move past to consider if they need each other. Good story line with clan loyalties and family dynamics thrown into the mix that anyone will understand. A fantastic mix of danger, romance, trust building, and action with a dash of betrayal. The time travel was well done and I loved the character (who I won’t give away here) that popped in and out. Disclaimer: some language for those who want to know. I received and ARC and this is my honest review.
CathyGeha More than 1 year ago
Time travel, adventure, fun and finding her soul mate after making a bet with her sister was not what Traci Campbell expected when drinking whisky one night in Scotland. However, that is just what happened in this novel. A magical device to help her travel to the past and back to the present again had her realizing Fiona had was still back in the past so she ventured out again in search of her. Will she find her sister? Will she find her true love? Will she be happy? What does the future hold in store for her and her sister? I have not read the previous books in this series or any other books by this author. Reading this as a lighthearted fantasy based on time travel makes it an okay read but perhaps not a serious historical read. I can’t imagine having a device that would allow time travel and then treating it so frivolously. How could two modern women so easily fall into the past and adapt so easily? How could those they encountered not realize more than a bit was amiss? That said…enjoyable read if not a deep one and a nice way to spend the afternoon. Thank you to NetGalley and Unsealed Room Press for the eARC in exchange for my honest review.