- Series: Kilts and Quilts (Book 1)
- Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
- Publisher: Berkley (June 3, 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0451468295
- ISBN-13: 978-0451468291
- Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 1 x 6.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 205 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #87,521 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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To Scotland with Love: A Kilts and Quilts Novel Mass Market Paperback – June 3, 2014
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“Patience Griffin has created an utterly charming old-fashioned town as the setting for her new Kilts & Quilts series, and the town becomes as significant to the story as any living, breathing character. . .Delightful. . .The beginning of a very promising series.” – RT Book Reviews
“Keep your kleenex available at all times. This is truly a heart-jerking tale of emotions running on high. . .a tale you won't be able to forget. This nostalgic story got to my heart from the first page and kept me on the edge. . .To Scotland with Love is an excellent tale from a very gifted author and I cannot express how deeply this affected me. A truly spectacular story.” – Fresh Fiction
About the Author
Patience Griffin grew up in a small town along the Mississippi River, enjoying life in a tight-knit community. She loves to quilt and has gained recognition with her September 11th Story Quilt, which has toured the country and is currently hanging in the Pentagon. She has a master’s degree in nuclear engineering but spends her days writing stories about hearth and home and dreaming about the fictional small town of Gandiegow, Scotland.
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Kate, the heroine, is equally "real." She is not perfect, but she tries. Her heart is in the right place, but she meets the hero at a really low point in her life and nearly ruins her chances for happiness with him because she is confused and searching for a new way to live in the world after her troubles overwhelmed her.
Gandiegow, the Scottish village, is almost another character. We meet quite a few villagers, and I expect we'll see them again in future books.
A really good read. I recommend it.
Amazon recommended it to me, but I thought it was going to be a mystery around a crafting theme.. and while I did enjoy some of the story, a lot of it was tedious and pedantic with misunderstandings and suppositions by the characters - tiring. I believe that when a person has a real personal life like that of the protagonist before the story actually started, one does not really want to relive that in literature.
I won't go through a synopsis since so many others have already done so, but I will say that I found the characters... both primary and secondary to be realistically portrayed and each of them interesting in their own way and all of them appealing. The setting was gorgeous, the emotions real and the story beautifully written. I am definitely looking forward to Griffin's next book in this Kilts and Quilts series coming to us in January entitled Meet Me In Scotland. I have a feeling that after I have finished with this series, I'm going to want to add a visit to Scotland to my bucket list! Five stars for Patience Griffin and To Scotland With Love.
The plot has some lines that mirror events in my own life, so for me it was emotional and a bit suspenseful, and has a pretty well done ending. Definitely leaves me wanting more.
If I like a book and want to spend more time with the characters, I reread it immediately. I got a lot more out of ithis one with a second reading. How I wish I had a community like Gandiegow! But I don't quilt, I paint, which is far less communal. :-(
I'm looking forward to the rest of the series.
You will not be disappointed when this book reaches its final page, but think of it as another opportunity to open the next book in this series to see where the connections lead!