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Looking for something to bide your time away until the next Outlander novel or season on Showtime? Look no further! Must Love Kilts is fun, well written, and filled with highland romance. It is the third book in the “Must Love” series by Angela Quarels and the first book in the series where two sisters are transported back in time.
The story begins in present day with our heroine Traci Campbell and her sister drinking a bottle of Glenfidditch while vacationing in Scotland. Traci's kilt-obsessed sister wishes she could live in the era when all men were hunky in kilts and Traci believes that hot guys in kilts are a myth. Before you can say "Jacobite Rebellion" the sisters are transported back to 1689 Scotland to see for themselves.
Just when Traci thinks she won the bet, she meets Iain MacCowan, a handsome playboy who knows he's God's gift to women. They soon engage in drinking games and in a bit of bed sport (which Traci can't remember but thought was no more than a one night stand). When she wakes up, she can't find her sister and she panics. The rest of the story is about Tracy trying to find and "save" her sister with Ian's help, which is overshadowed by the distrust of his clan who think Traci's a spy.
I listened to the Audible version of this story narrated by Mary Jane Wells, who was simply outstanding. She narrates as if there are several different actors being used, and has a spunk and lightheartedness that many narrators lack. There are several good laugh out load moments, and the flirtatious tension between Traci and Iain is very believable. And the romance and sex scenes were sensual and very steamy. Simply put, this audio was nicely done and I can't wait for the next Angela Quarles book narrated by Mary Jane Wells!!
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Neatly packaged story. The narrator is becoming a favorite. The volume of the audio at times made it difficult to hear when she was lowering her voice for certain parts. I'm not a fan of effects on vocals in audiobooks.