Audiobook review of Some Like It Scottish

Posted March 9, 2016 by Stormi in Audiobook Reviews, Book Reviews / 4 Comments

Audiobook review of Some Like It Scottish

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

Some Like It Scottish by Patience Griffin
Length: 10 hours and 13 minutes
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Published by Signet Pages: 352
Format: Audiobook
Source: Bought

Narrator: Kirsten Potter
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In the delightful new Kilts and Quilts novel by the author of To Scotland with Love and Meet Me in Scotland, the Real Men of Scotland are waiting. And it’s a match made in Gandiegow…
Kit Woodhouse’s matchmaking business is such a success, she’s expanding to the Highlands of Scotland where the hot, prosperous, and kilted are anxious to connect. Now, looking to fill her stable with eligible bachelors, Kit’s arrived in Gandiegow to recruit potential Real Men of Scotland. It’s not until she meets her tour guide that she discovers just how real they can be.
With his sexy grin, jeans, and black wellies, Ramsay Armstrong is an unpolished hulk of a Scottish fisherman—and a skeptic when it comes to romance. Not exactly a man of “pairing attributes” when talking marriageable matches, but he does make Kit’s heart beat a little faster. Maybe it’s the scent of the sea in his hair. Maybe it’s the challenge. Maybe it’s the thrill of the unexpected. Then again, maybe it’s love.

Also by this author: Meet Me In Scotland, The Accidental Scot, The Trouble With Scotland (Kilts and Quilts, #5), It Happened in Scotland


What I thought of this book.

I really love this series and Some Like It Scottish was fun and entertaining and I loved going back to Gandigow the small Scottish town that seems to be full of fishermen and quilters.

Kit is a matchmaker and she has had decent success with her Alaskan men setup so she thought it would be fun to make a go of Scotland. She could set her clients up with the men of Scotland, but when she got to Gandigow it wasn’t exactly what she was hoping for. She was thinking of more richer men for her clients but the riches they have there are a some sheepherders and fisherman.

One of those fisherman had been elected by his brother to take Kit around and show her the place and make sure she enjoyed her stay. Ramsey, starts out trying to get rid of Kit as he doesn’t think she will be good for Gandigow and sabotages her but then he gets to know her and learns more about why she is really their and what motivates her he feels bad so then he tries to help her. Kit wasn’t welcome by many at first because the women didn’t like the idea of her trying to take away their men.

Kit isn’t looking for a romance and she can’t get involved with someone who lives in Scotland as this is only a temporary thing, she just needs the money to help her mother and sisters. The more she is with Ramsey though she can’t help but feel drawn to him and she is really starting to like the little town of Gandigow and making some good friends.

Some like it Scottish was sweet and sexy and full of small town fun. I love all the characters in this series and it’s fun to see what happens with each of them as the series progresses. We get to know new characters like Kit, while seeing others like Ramsey the flirt find his match. We get a little bit of the characters from previous books and all my favorite secondary characters from the quilting retreat!

If you like contemporary small town romances and like Scotland (who doesn’t!) then this is a series you need to check out. 🙂

The Narrator:

Kristen Potter is one of my favorites and she does a great job with this series. She is easy to listen too and does a good job with the accents.

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4 responses to “Audiobook review of Some Like It Scottish

    • Stormi

      I have really enjoyed it, it’s a lot of fun and the old lady who runs the quilting guild, is a hoot. 🙂 I think the first book is still my favorite but I have liked them all so far.

    • Stormi

      Scotland is one place I would love to visit, but for now visiting in books will have to be it. 🙂 I really like this series and I am not a huge contemporary romance fan.

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