Meet Me in Scotland

Kilts and Quilts Series #2
Narrated by: Kirsten Potter
Series: Kilts and Quilts, Book 2
Length: 10 hrs and 38 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (373 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

When a video of her calling happily ever after "a foolish fantasy" goes viral, marriage therapist Emma Castle is out of a job - and off to Scotland. The tiny town of Gandiegow is the perfect place to ride out the media storm and to catch up with her childhood friend, Claire. But also in Gandiegow is the one man she hoped never to see again. She's successfully avoided Gabriel MacGregor since Claire and Dominic's wedding, only to find that he's now the village doctor - and just as tall, dark, and devilish as ever.

Claire and Dominic's blissful marriage, however, is not what it used to be. Soon Emma and Gabriel find themselves taking sides even as the sparks begin to fly between them. Can Emma help her friends - or regain her career - as she struggles with her own happily ever after?

©2015 Patience Jackson (P)2015 Tantor

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Great narration, annoying characters

With the exception of Gabriel, the rest of the main characters in this story are childish and mercurial. The main reason I kept listening is first, I enjoyed the first book in the series well enough and second, the narrator does a great job bringing Scotland to life for me. The supporting characters remain entertaining too. I would not waste a credit on this one, but if you're a fan of the series and a Romance package member, it might be worth your while.

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I love this author!

This author can pull you into a story and make you feel like you are there She instantly makes you Wish you were in Scotland quilting! Great characters and a happy ending! Escape from your world and get to a better one this is the Series to read!

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Just ok

I usually love Kirsten Potter as a narrator but her English accent wasn't good at all. She tried her best with adding the emotion needed to bring the story to life but our heroine was very very difficult to like. The ending felt too cookie cutter and forced. So it's an ok story for me. I liked the first book a lot better.

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it was ok

Not my favorite book by this author but it was ok. I usually like the narrators accents but her english accent was a little annoying. The main character, Emma, was very very hard to like.

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My first book from Patience Griffin.

It was a funny book! I liked it. However, sometimes the characters were portrayed a bit childish. Especially Claire, she was definitely an annoying one. 😂

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Bad Accents and Incorrect Pronunciations

I would enjoy the audiobooks of this series SO MUCH more if they had gotten someone who could actually do believable Scottish (and English) accents! Very sad attempt. Also wish the narrator had been educated and corrected about how to pronounce well-known Scottish cities like Glasgow. It’s not “glass-gow” it’s Glaz-gō!!

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Disappointed after book 1

Book 1 was awesome. This books starts out right away about someone you have no idea about who in heck is this person? No introduction from any of the main characters that we know from book 1. I was hoping to find out about the Katie and her involvement with the quilting and her new hubby and her son/grandson, I mean gee they are main people. And who is this doctor? I don’t remember him from book 1 He comes from this town but where was he during 1? The author didn’t introduce them or give us any real background on them on blending them with the town, and my goodness! The whole friggen story is focused on SEX! Come on! There’s so many things in life in reality of life and sex is just a little part of I! What about helping sick people, or activities or entertainment, or jobs, just basic communication, or building something in the backyard or planting a garden or a church picnic, or a city picnic or going for walks around the water enjoying a sound of peace or the joys of a cat or dog, or reading a book or writing a book or cooking and friends cooking together, talking about what’s been happening the last 10 years, honest visiting, singalongs,talk about where this material came from and where this piece came from, invite over at grams. And the barmaid who got a puppy last Christmas what ever happened to her? How did it go with the pup? Do they get together for walks? See my point? This book focuses on two couples whose names are constantly being used way too closely so I had to constantly try to remember which couple is that? And it’s all about sex. And when they do it my gosh! This should be rated RX! She go so descriptively, I do not need to see the bid bad wolf coming at her till they lock up tightly and she opens her legs even wider! I mean what is she trying to do? Go from a fun sweet book to a X rated book? No way would I want my mom or grandma or dear friend to read this let alone my daughter whose 36! And definitely not a teenager! The picture on the front is very deceptive. It’s so descriptive that it is like those Danielle Steele books! I read one once in 89 when everyone was talking about them. And whoa! Never again. I don’t need descriptives. I have an imagination and I’ve read awesome books where they are intimate but they are beautifully done and respectfully done as well. I was once on the more wild side but not anymore. Now I would live a good overall story without explicit sexual situations so often and out of marriage too. And plus these town is a town who goes to church and take it seriously. Well if it’s serious to you then live it out in your life! Show a little bit of morals, geez! I was so excited to continue on but if book 3 continues in this way I’m done. And that’s said because I boasted big time on Facebook and to my mom and daughter about book 1. This book would be great if it was edited out some of the detailed sex and added in some intros and keep the neighborhood still together not just dump them, maybe have some other topics then sex life. The reader is good until a couple times I think she forgets she’s going from Scotland to England to American. Because sometimes it’s just fine and then she so involved and so fast that she mixes English with American dubbed together and I caught it and cracked up ! I’m like what? But that was fun not a problem. I bet I would do that to. I really don’t need such detailing on just how hard he is and hard and bigger my goodness! I think the author needs to get her needs taken care of before writing. Or go to a pastor’s wife for intimate discussion and prayer. Or change the book cover to show more seductive pictures

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Nice Continuation of the Story

I’m glad I listened to this book despite some negative reviews. I will say I liked the first book better but this one was pretty good all in all. I was not a fan of Claire (Emma’s friend) and her tactics but at least it was all explained and tied up nicely by the end. I listen to stories like this when I want some brain candy. It’s a pretty typical romance storyline with a happy ending and that is exactly what I needed. It helps me escape from everything going on in the world at the moment and enjoy something light and happy. I’m trying out Audible Escape currently so it was free but I’d have been just as happy to use a credit on it.

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Heads Up: Cancer & Religion/God

In honor of Valentine's Day, decided to switch things up & read a little light romance. I did enjoy it...enough that I read book #2 as well. However, there are 3 things I want to give a heads up on: 1. The story contains a heavy cancer element. If you've lost someone to cancer like I have, it's tough to read this part. 2. There's a religious element to the series. It's not a Christian series--there is sex, but it's clear the author wants people to go to church & believe in the power of God. This wasn't in there all the time, but it stood out a little like a single black or gold thread in an all-white cloth. You can't see it from afar or all the time, but there are points when it comes to the forefront. 3. The narrator's Scottish accent in the audiobook doesn't ring true. (My ex was from Scotland & I've been around a lot of Scottish folks.) However, it wasn't something that made me stop listening.

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Very enjoyable love story

Based in a small Scottish village, the story follows two new people to the village, their challenges in fitting in, and the relationships that make their stay permanent.