The Jacobite Rebellion--not the best time to get drunk, hook up with a guy, and lose your sister.
A drunken bet...
When computer game designer Traci Campbell gets too close and personal with a bottle of Glenfiddich while vacationing in Scotland, she whisks her kilt-obsessed sister back to 1689 to prove hot guys in kilts are a myth. Hello, hundred bucks! But all bets are off when she meets Iain, the charming playboy in a to-die-for kilt.
Wrong place, wrong time, wrong name...
Iain MacCowan regularly falls in love at the drop of his kilt. The mysterious red-haired lass with the odd accent is no different. But when his new love is discovered to be a Campbell, the most distrusted name in the Highlands, his dalliance endangers his clan's rebellion against King William.
It’s all hijinks in the Highlands until your sister disappears...
Traci thinks men are only good for one thing--thank you, Iain!--but when she awakens once again in Ye Olde Scotland and her sister is gone, she must depend on the last person she wants to spend more time with. He wants to win a heart, she wants to keep hers, but can these two realize they're meant for each other before the Jacobite rebellion pulls them apart?
Quarles's third Must Love time-travel romance (after Must Love Chainmail) teems with sensuality in the often dangerous world of late 17th-century Scotland. Traci Campbell is vacationing with her sister, Fiona, in present-day Scotland when she agrees to Fiona's scheme to travel back in time to 1689. Traci wants to prove to Fiona that hot men in kilts are just a myth. But that is before Traci meets Iain MacCowen. He's definitely hot and thoroughly kilted, and Traci is intensely attracted to him. After one passion-filled night made hazy by alcohol, Traci is forced to return abruptly to the 21st century, but Fiona has disappeared in the 17th century, and Traci heads back to rescue her. As Iain helps Traci to find Fiona, the attraction that begins as a flirtation deepens into romance, and Traci must decide whether she's willing to leave her 21st-century comforts for a chance at real love. Witty banter and sizzling sex scenes fill the pages of this fast-paced novel and will keep readers eager for the final installment. (BookLife)
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Sizzling chemistry, sexy Scots and kilts
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.
LOVED this book!!
This is the 1st book I've read by Angela Quarles, and I couldn't put it down! I'll be going back and reading her other books and can't wait for the next one in this series!
I love that her heroine, Traci, is sassy and sarcastic, and I loved the chemistry between Traci & Iaen. Could we all be so lucky in love.
The attention to historic detail is excellent and I thoroughly enjoyed every page of this book!!