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What if your husband turns out to be the man sent to kill your ancestor?

A choice to make

Highland Games fanatic Fiona Campbell believes her only value is her family's history, myths, and legends. So when she travels back to 1689 Scotland and discovers she's the Fiona of family legend, you'd think she'd be excited. And she is. Except that the legendary warrior she's to save her ancestor from is the hottie in a kilt she just handfasted.

A heart to heal

Duncan MacCowan once trusted his heart to the wrong woman, but when a strange lass drops into his life and pries opens his heart again, he impulsively handfasts her. Yet before he can finish spinning fancies of their domestic bliss, she flees on the night of their wedding, leaving him even more convinced that he can't trust his instincts where his heart is involved.

A family legend that will tear them apart

Fiona wants to shake her fist at fate - she finally meets the man of her dreams but can't have him because of the family legend? Not cool, fate, not cool. Duncan believes he's just terrible at picking women and destined to be alone. But as the heat of their attraction flares, how far can they tempt fate for love?

©2017 Angela Trigg (P)2017 Angela Trigg

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Spunky American Saves Ancestor & Catches HOT Scot!

Must Love More Kilts is fun, well written, and filled with highland romance. It is the 4th book in the “Must Love” series by Angela Quarels and the second book in the series involving the Campbell sisters (Traci and Fiona) who are transported back in time to 1680's Scotland to prove whether hot guys in kilts are a myth or legend. Must Love More Kilts begins immediately after the conclusion of Must Love Kilts, with Traci married to Clan Chief Iain MacCowan, the conflict between William of Orange and King James II still warring, and tensions are high and trust is a scarce commodity.

At the beginning of Must Love More Kilts, we learn that Fiona handfasted with Duncan MacCowan and fled the marriage bed before consummating their marriage. She did so because of a Campbell family legend where a brave lass named Fiona saves her ancestor's life from an attack by a MacCowan warrior before he sets sail to Virginia. Basically Fiona realized that she must be the Fiona of family legend because she observed a scar and tattoo on Duncan's torso (as she was exploring his very fine physique immediately after their handfasting) that matched the description exactly as in the legend. The rest of the story is about Fiona resisting and then succumbing to her undeniable attraction to Duncan (he will try to assassinate her ancestor after all), and Duncan learning to trust Fiona after being scorched by past love.

Thankfully, Mary Jane Wells narrated this audiobook, as she did the prior books in the series. She is simply fantastic. She narrates as if there are several different actors being used, and has a spunk and lightheartedness that many narrators lack. I can easily imagine the setting, characters, and urgency in all the right place, and I feel like I'm watching a movie while listening to her narration. In summary, I highly recommend this audio and entire series - you won't be disappointed!

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Ay Lass, you can peek all you like!

Lots of historical drama but not enough romantic tension or sassy dialogue. I waited for this one and hoped it would be as good as Must Love Kilts 1 but it was shorter and not as fun. It didn't get moving until chapter 14 when Duncan and Fiona camped out in a ground hollow and she asks for a peek under his plaid / fèileadh.

I found Fiona a more likable character than her sister Traci but Duncan was so much less than Ian.

I love Mary Jane Wells in these roles. She's young and charming, and brings sexy Scots to life in Quarles books. You'll probably also enjoy Lisa Kleypas books read by her.

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Just As Great As The Others!

Angela Quarles is fast becoming one of my favorite historical romance novelists! Her vast knowledge of the time and land shine through in all of the books in this series. The narrator is completely AMAZING with a voice that pulls you right into the story. I do, however, think I should have refreshed my memory and reread/listened to the last book again. I had forgotten a few things. I loved Duncan and Fiona's story. I look forward to more from Ms. Quarles.

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A trip to ancient Scotland with adventure and love

Get swept way to Scotland in this time travel story. Fiona has no idea how truly brave she is until she has to prove it. I don't think she truly understands how fearless she is. But she did come back to become The Fiona of tales that she heard at her grandpappy knee and for the love of Duncan, whom she has handfasted with in her first trip.. Duncan is a big teddy bear with a heart that has so much love to give but has not had such a good time with love. They have so many fun and exciting adventures and mishaps!!! Fiona is such a ham!!! She has a flare for the theater and the sea weed is a perfect cover for her!
I am always thrilled how Angela Quarles spins a tale! I am always so exited to get my hands are her newest book!! she never fails me either!!Always entertaining and always has a fun lady!! Men are always put in their place lovingly of course!!!
Mary Jane Wells is one of my favorite narrator!! she brings the books to life like no ones business!!! I have listened to all of her read all of Angela's book and listen to them many times over!! Can't get enough!! She draws you right in and you are spell bound!!
Side note, I am so thankful to have found my way to Audible, because it brings my favorite books even more alive to me!! audible 20 review sweepstakes entry!!
Thanks Angela and Mary Jane for enhancing my life!!

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  • Centerville, OH, United States
  • 11-03-17

1680's Scotland Time Travel Romantic Adventure

This is the latest book in an Historical Romance, Time Travel/Alternate History series. This history in this book is more on the real historical time line rather than an alternate time lime as are some of the books in the series. The story takes place in 1680's Scotland during the reign of James II, right before William of Orange comes to power. The conflict between William of Orange and King James II and the Protestants versus the Catholics is in the background setting of the novel.

Time traveler Fiona has hand-fasted with Duncan and then discovers that Duncan MacCowan has the scar and tattoo described in her family legend as belonging to the MacCowan warrior who had attempted to assassinate her ancestor and William of Orange supporter, William Campbell. According to family legend a brave warrior lass named Fiona saves William Campbell's life. Fiona realizes that she she is the warrior lass of legend.

What a quandary for Fiona. She is in love with Duncan and she knows that at some he will try to assassinate her ancestor.

The book was an enjoyable listen with an interesting historical background and the narration was superb.

I was given this book by the author in exchange for an honest review.

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wonderful

Loved all four time travel stories. I wish she had more or at least what happens to these couples later in their lives.

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Confusing

Disappointed after listening to the other books in this series. I could not follow this story.

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Wonderful

Great descriptions, great narrator. I read this book then got the audio. The words were much easier nearing them from someone else. I love this series.

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Fun, Engrossing & Passionate Time Travel Romance!

Awesomely finishes the storyline arc that began with Must Love Kilts!

It still shocked her. In the quiet moments when she took in her surroundings. She was in friggin’ seventeenth century Scotland. Here on a wish from the magical calling card case her sister received from a friend. She’d seen an actual historical battle. There were men in kilts everywhere.

Must Love More Kilts by Angela Quarles is a fun, exciting and swoony Highland romance. It is the fourth book in the author’s “Must Love” series and the second book in the narrative arc involving the Campbell sisters who time travel back in time to Scotland on a bet to prove whether hot guys in kilts are a myth or a legend. If you are a newbie to Angela’s Must Love series, I would highly recommend that you read the previous installment, Must Love Kilts, before diving into this entry as this entry finishes the storyline which began with that book. Thus, Must Love More Kilts begins where Must Love Kilts ended, at Dungarbh Castle, stronghold of the MacCowans on Loch Garry, Scotland in 1689 during the reign of James II, right before William of Orange comes to power.

Must Love More Kilts is the story of Highlander Duncan MacCowan and Fiona Campbell. In the previous book, Duncan and Fiona met and handfasted the same night that the sisters had arrived in seventeenth century Scotland. Traci and Clan Chief Iain MacCowan found their HEA in Must Love Kilts. Now it’s Fiona’s and Duncan’s turn to find theirs, but there are some major obstacles in their path.

First of all, you must understand that Fiona loves history and especially her family’s history. History is her forte, her claim to fame and the only thing she feels she excels at. With that in mind, Fiona’s life has taken on new purpose since that fateful night with Duncan. As Fiona was exploring Duncan’s very fine physique, she was shocked to discover the very scar and tattoo on his torso which marked him as the MacCowan warrior of her favorite family legend - the warrior who her grandpappy said the Fiona of old would stop from killing her ancestor. In a cruel twist of fate, Fiona realizes that she must be that Fiona of old, leaving Fiona with a terrible dilemma. She’s in love with Duncan, but she and Traci will cease to exist if she does not stop him. So, without explanation – as how could she explain this to Duncan? - Fiona abruptly flees their bed before they consummate their marriage.

The couple does not speak of the incident afterwards. But, when another Highlander wants to take Fiona as his wife, Duncan’s heart reacts with jealousy, and the couple embark on a wild and gripping adventure.

I loved both of these main characters! Fiona and Duncan are strongly attracted to each other but each refuses to follow their heart for differing reasons. Fiona believes she can’t allow Duncan into her heart as the legend must trump her feelings. Duncan, badly hurt by another woman to whom he gave his heart, and now abandoned by Fiona when she was seemingly repulsed by his scar, believes that he’s unwanted by any woman and doomed to be alone forevermore. He has vowed to hold the keys to his heart close forevermore. Can they learn to trust and break down the seemingly impenetrable wall between them? It’s not at all clear they can…

Following please find a few of my favorite quotes from Must Love More Kilts:

She did not want to have to choose between the legend which had finally made her feel as if her life had meaning and this beautiful, caring man whose soul seemed to echo with the same beats as her own heart.
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No, he didn’t view the scar as shameful, though he did in its getting. For he’d not received it in battle. He’d received it the last time he’d ever acted foolishly over a woman.
Oddly poetic that the very woman who brought out that foolish side again was turned off by the scar. As if the scar and tattoo were a shield. A shield protecting him forevermore from heartache.
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She dragged the soft cloth up and up, the fabric tickling along his sensitized skin. He trembled. Never had he been so responsive to a woman’s slightest touch.

Mary Jane Wells returns to narrate Must Love More Kilts. She’s one of my favorite narrators and never fails to deliver a polished, professional performance. As with the previous installments, her narration is nothing short of superb. Both her male and female voices sound genuine. Her accents sound realistic and her narration is easy to understand. Her performance transports me into the story as she really does bring Angela’s sexy tale to life. If you enjoy audios, I’d highly recommend that you elect to listen to this entire series in audio. Every facet is excellent and you will not be disappointed.

The author’s entire Must Love series is beyond fantastic. Every installment has merited top marks from me. I love how Angela blends romance, paranormal and history into a fun, engrossing and passionate tale that you won’t want to put down until the last word has been read. I can’t wait to see where Angela takes this series next!

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Worth your time and credit

Very entertaining and enjoyable. I had listened to the first in the series and loved it. I was a little lost when I started this one. I didn't realize that I had missed 2 books. While still very entertaining, engaging and enjoyable this book didn't grab my full attention as quickly as Must Love Kilts did. I think that is my fault though having missed 2 books. Especially book 3. However, it didn't take long for me to be completely pulled into the story. You can't help but be pulled into a fantastic story that is well written, flows smoothly, has a interesting storyline, great characters a bit of humor and a little romance. What more can you ask for. Love the history woven seamlessly into the stories. It's definitely worth your time and credit.

I need to go back and read the stories I missed as soon as I can.

Fulfilling your own family's history. We all wonder what the real story behind our family legends are. Fiona finds out first hand. She is a part of that history.

Mary Jane Wells does a great job with the narration. She has a voice that pulls you right into a story and brings it and the characters to life. Pleasant voice that is easy to listen to for long periods of time. Clearly spoken with a nice even pace. Great character voices. Both male and female. She is the perfect narrator for this series. Very enjoyable.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and voluntarily provided this review.