Audiobook review of Meet Me in Scotland

January 19, 2016 Audiobook Reviews, Book Reviews 2

Audiobook review of Meet Me in Scotland

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.

Meet Me In Scotland by Patience Griffin
Length: 10 hours and 37 minutes
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Published by Signet Pages: 355
Format: Audiobook
Source: Tantor Audio

Narrator: Kirsten Potter
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You can run from your problems, but you can’t hide from love in the Scottish seaside town of Gandiegow...
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 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?

Also by this author: Some Like It Scottish, The Accidental Scot, The Trouble With Scotland (Kilts and Quilts, #5), It Happened in Scotland

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What I thought of this book.

I don’t read a lot of contemporary romances but this series is set in a small town in Scotland and those are my favorite types. I love small town romances.

Each book is centered around a quilting group and you don’t want to mess with that group…lol.

Dominic and Claire are having problems in their marriage because she wants a baby and he doesn’t think they have enough money. Gabriel is Dominic’s best friend and he has changed his life around from the playboy to someone who wants a committed relationship with  nice Scottish lass. He is a little concerned for his friends because if they can’t make a marriage work then he thinks there is no hope for him.

Emma is Claire’s Friend from England who has committed carreer suicide as she was caught giving bad advice about marriage to a couple she was suppose to be helping. She has gone to Scotland to lick her wounds and visit with a friend. She didn’t expect her friend to be having such problems and for most of Gandiegow to want her advice. Emma wasn’t expecting Gabriel to be there either or how attracted she was to him.

Gabriel has always avoided Emma because he thought she was a horrible person but now he is getting a glimpse of the real Emma who is much more approachable than he thought and he can’t seem to quit thinking about her.

Meet me in Scotland is a sweet romance with a great setting. I really liked the characters and liked how we get a little bit of the characters from the last book. I like learning how Maddy is doing and how Cait and Graham are settling in to married life. I love the ladies of the quilting group, especial Cait’s gram, she is so full of spunk.

If you like contemporary small town romances then I think you will like this series.

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Reading this book contributed to these challenges:

  • Alphabet Soup Challenge 2016
  • Audiobook Challenge 2016
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2 Responses to “Audiobook review of Meet Me in Scotland”

  1. Red Iza

    I saw that one on Netgalley, but couldn’t request it (not for France) 🙁 I’ll wait until it’s published to read it, just like everyone else, lol !

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