Monday, July 12, 2010

Book Review-Men In Kilts

Men In Kilts 
Contemporary Series
Katie MacAlister
368 Pages
Published October 2003
Contemporary Romance
ISBN: 0451411137

She crossed the pond and lost her heart...

What do they wear under those things?

So far, Kathie Williams has made a good showing as the only American at a mystery writers' conference in Manchester-- what with that falling asleep in public thing behind her.

The sight of Iain MacLaren wakes her up. Clad in a deliciously woolly sweater, the burly Scotsman seems to be holding up a wall at the cocktail party. So Kathie makes her move...and winds up stark naked with him in bed, where his thick Scottish brogue, thick manly chest, and thick... other her to do things she's never done before. Like fall in love.

And if things aren't moving fast enough--and on the wrong side of the road, no less--Kathie is about to visit Iain's sheep farm in the Scottish Highlands and meet his sons. She's feeling a wee bit nervous. Because she can't tell where this mad affair is going--except north...

My Review:
Kathie William, a mystery fiction writer , heads to England for a writers conference. During the conference she meets up with the most handsome and enticing man she has ever met in her lonely life. Kathie has never been one to take physical attraction lightly, she will get emotionally involved. After sharing a passionate night with this enticing stranger, she knows that she wants to spend as much time with him as she possibly can, never knowing if it will last or not. At first Kathie assumes that for him this is just a fling, but for Kathie, her emotions are definitely involved. Then she goes up to Scotland with Iain to this sheep farm and to meet his two sons. At this point all Kathie really knows is that she is falling for this Scot. Despite the fact that things are looking bright for them both, there are always obstacles in their path of true happiness, that will surely test them, but will it destroy or only make their bond that much stronger?

If I had to say one phrase of what this book was it would be  "A Breath of Fresh Air", and I definitely had a hard time putting this one down, and I was on VACATION lol. So it definitely was one that I loved and definitely could be considered a re read for sure. I really enjoyed reading Katie MacAlister, her writing is so sexy yet fun too, that anyone can enjoy themselves reading her books. Both Kathie and Iain were both a delight to get to know throughout this fun fun story, and also I loved the surrounding as well. I have always loved reading anything that takes place in Scotland. I don't get to read too many modern romances that take place with the Scots. So its always fun to read these kind of stories. I don't read too many contemporaries, I am more of a fan of historical and the paranormal, and a bit time travel. But there are a few contemporary authors that I really enjoy reading from, and Katie MacAlister is definitely one of those! Also one other aspect I truly loved about reading this book, is that Kathie and Iain are so very different, definitely takes a new meaning to "opposites attract". Imagine if you will, a true born Scot, that comes into a relationship with a modern American woman, there is definitely misunderstandings that will definitely occur between this couple, but its way amusing to watch these two interact with one another.

My Grade On This Book
4.5 Blossoms

Other Books In The Series:
Blow Me Down
Hard Days Knight
The Corset Diaries
The Improper English
Heat Wave


  1. Great review!! Katie MacAlister is one of my favorite authors. I love her Dark One's novelsn and her Silver Dragons books. I love your blog, and I am now a follower. I lOok forward to talking books with you.
    Happy Reading :))

    Wicked Readings by Tawania

  2. This sounds like such a fun read! I really like the premise and put it on my TBR shelf :)

  3. I liked this book, but I find Katie Macalister a bit hit and miss. I have loved some of her books and really wanted to throw others against the wall.



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