Audiobook review of Kilt and Daggers

August 2, 2016 Audiobook Reviews, Book Reviews 4

Audiobook review of Kilt and Daggers

I received this book for free from Tantor Audio in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Kilts and Daggers by Victoria Roberts
Length: 7 hours and 38 minutes
Genres: Historical Romance
Published by Sourcebooks Casablanca on May 5th 2015
Pages: 352
Format: Audiobook
Source: Tantor Audio

Narrator: Justine Eyre
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Ever since Lady Grace Walsingham discovered her uncle and sister are spies for the Crown, she has yearned for adventure. She's counting the days until she can leave barbaric Scotland behind, even if she must endure Highland captain Fagan Murray's company for weeks.
Fagan has a simple mission: escort the haughty Lady Grace back to England. But nothing is ever easy. The sharp-tongued woman needles him at every turn. But when a menacing threat follows them on their journey, Fagan's grudging tolerance for Grace turns to respect...and into a perilous attraction that could seal their fate.

Also by this author: My Highland Spy, Kill or Be Kilt

AUDIOBOOK historical ROMANCE

What I thought of this book.

Every since Grace has found out that her sister was a spy working for the King she has wanted to take her place. Now that her sister has wed her highland lord she figures it would  be a good time for her to do so. She can’t stand being in Scotland with the nasty highlanders. She is betrothed to Daniel an Englishman and she thought that was what she always thought she wanted until Fagan.

At first, she can’t stand Fagan, who is Roiri’s chief guard and best friend, she has even punched him in the eye. They argue all the time, but one passionate kiss and everything changes. Fagan is supposed to escort her to England to her betrothed but some threats could disrupt everything.

I really like Grace, she is spunky and at times a bit naive. She really wants to be a spy but she can’t throw a dagger for anything and Fagan can agree. Her feistiness comes in handy later on in the book. Fagan is a sexy highland guard who can’t stand Grace and the English but at the same time, he can’t seem to think of anyone else. I really like him.

So I enjoyed this story despite the fact that not much of it was centered around Fagan escorting Grace to England as I thought it would be because of the blurb. They didn’t even start off for England until about half way through if not more. So I thought the falling for each other was going to be on the way to England but the two had already discovered the fact that they had some chemistry in their kisses. It doesn’t take from the story but it just kept making me think about it while I was listening to it. (Personal irk I guess…lol)

Other than that I really enjoyed this story as I am a sucker for a handsome Scottish Highlander! 🙂 Recommended for those who love historical romances. 🙂 You could probably read it as a standalone but I think it would be better if you start with book one so you get the whole ambiance of the story. 🙂

The Narrator:

Justine Eyre does a good job with historical romances.

Reading Challenge:

Reading this book contributed to these challenges:

  • Audiobook Challenge 2016
  • Pick Your Genre 2016
  • Summer COYER
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4 Responses to “Audiobook review of Kilt and Daggers”

    • Stormi

      Men in Kilts that is all I need to know to read these books. 🙂 That and they are good books. 🙂

  1. Katherine @ I Wish I Lived in a Library

    I’ve never been a big fan of Scottish highland romances but I’ve been seeing more and more reviews that are tempting me. This one looks pretty good and I like the sound of Grace. It’s always a little jarring when the story ends up taking a different turn than the blurb lead me to believe so I can definitely see it being an issue but I think knowing that going in will minimize that for me.

    Katherine @ I Wish I Lived in a Library recently posted: Top Ten Tuesday: Books I'd Buy If Someone Handed Me a Gift Card
    • Stormi

      What!?! Not a fan of Scottish Highland romances…and I thought we had so much in common…lol. These are a lot of fun cause in the first one the heroine was an English spy, in this one her sister is rather feisty and wants to be a spy, and in the third one I am reading it has a young girl after an older Scottish Laird and she is feisty too…lol.

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