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    4.5 Stars!

    Some Like it Plaid was a highly entertaining time-travel romance. The majority of the story was spent in the past and I was impressed with the author's story-telling when it came to the historical time period that the hero hailed from - 156 AD. Thankfully this story was lighter with some added humor, because the time period had the potential to be dark and scary with its warrior clans, Roman soldiers, druids, and slave raids. Let's not even touch the fact that there wasn't plumbing or hair conditioner. The few chapters in present day moved a little slower for me, but once they were ensconced in the past, the story kept a steady and compelling pace. I loved the romantic tension between Connall and Ashley. That alone kept the pages turning, but the conflict and hardships that were indicative of the times were also a large draw. The way Ashley felt out of place and infuriated by male dominance rang very true. Although, I must say, there were times I agreed with Connall and thought that she was a bit disrespectful. Connall had his faults, as well, but I accepted them more easily due to the attitudes of the time period. Overall, I enjoyed the swoon-worthy romance and look forward to more.
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    Great time travel romance

    Full of action, hilarious and fascinating time travel romance. Both characters are stubborn yet they work well together. Even though Ashley is now in the "past" I like that as she absorbs her new environment, she also shares a bit of her future knowledge which benefits them and I think helps the reader not only relate but get even more caught up in this adventure. Enjoyed reading this and look forward to reading about the next plaid looking to the future for a wife. I received an advance review copy at no cost and without obligation from the author.
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    a four-star read that will whisk you away

    Some Like It Plaid by Angela Quarles a four-star read that will whisk you away. I hadn’t read this author before but had been recommended so figured I would give it a go, I did enjoy the writing, but the story just didn’t do it for me. I don’t know why, I enjoyed most of it, but it wasn’t as amazing as I had hoped, I will go back and try another story from this author but maybe not a time travel story, maybe I can find a modern tale as I did enjoy the writing.
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    Modern Day Time Travel

    A modern day time travel adventure. Ashley is angry at the way her life has turned out and is looking for an escape. She finds her answer when she answers an ad from Connal who is looking for a wife. When the two very different cultures and time periods crossed it is filled with hilarity and misunderstandings. It is a fanciful story that was fun to read.
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    An escape, but this far away in time ...!!!

    What a woman is to do when instead of a job offer in Scotland, she finds herself unstuck in time, estranged from everything she has always known... Wow, since I have read Must Love Breeches, I was eagerly waiting for this new time travel romance. And the wait was worth it. It is a so different story than the few books I have read by Mrs Angela Quarles, first the choice of a very remote place and time, then her soft feminism plea. Ashley is feeling like she is a disappointment , her family has always made her sense as if everything she does is not right or doomed to failure. And alas, even her marriage went to ash, her trust betrayed by her ex-husband. Now she must hide to avoid being caught in the cross-fire of those looking for her ex’s debts. So what’s better than this weird job offer so far away she might escape her burden and be able to hold her head high again. Connall is doing what he has to help ensure a future for his clan. He just not expected the magic of his Druid to send him far in time to find the right woman for him. Yet, he is back home with a 21st century woman, not very pleased with the outcome of her answering to a Craiglist add. I must confess Ashley is one hell of a woman, I have landed in a so backward place, I would have been running screaming my arms up whatever the yummy piece of highland hunk next to me. Outside the magic side of the story, theirs is the universal one of acceptance and consideration of each one value. Connall is a fair and kind fellow, he wants to do what is right for his tribe, finding a wife if he has too but also let her go if she feels she does not belong among his kin. He only follows the way of his father and those before him. Why even if he respects Ashley, he is not yet ready to share control with someone he feels it is his mission to protect, not the other way. Ashley swore to never again feel helpless in a relationship, she wants a common ground where things can be discussed together. She accepts she is no match to the men’s strength but she also knows women have other values than brawn. So when Connall appears to listen to what she has to say, she begins to wonder if going back to her time is the right decision. But not everything is what it seems, and their journey to trusting one another will not be a straight and easy one. Outside the romance, the author did an awesome job at recreating the period and its way of life. The landscapes and the different housings become real along the words as the various peoples interactions. 5 stars for this entertaining tale about the ubiquitous quest of the right person destined to be our other half. I was granted an advance copy through Netgalley by the publisher. Prior to it, I preordered my own. Here is my true and unbiased opinion.
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