☆ To Scotland with Love || ↠ PDF Download by ☆ Patience Griffin

By Patience Griffin | Comments: ( 865 ) | Date: ( Aug 26, 2019 )

Welcome to the charming Scottish seaside town of Gandiegow where two people have returned home for different reasons, but to find the same thing Caitriona Macleod gave up her career as an investigative reporter for the role of perfect wife But after her husband is found dead in his mistress s bed, a devastated Cait leaves Chicago for the birthplace she hasn t seen sincWelcome to the charming Scottish seaside town of Gandiegow where two people have returned home for different reasons, but to find the same thing Caitriona Macleod gave up her career as an investigative reporter for the role of perfect wife But after her husband is found dead in his mistress s bed, a devastated Cait leaves Chicago for the birthplace she hasn t seen since she was a child She s hoping to heal and to reconnect with her gran The last thing she expects to find in Gandiegow is the Sexiest Man Alive She just may have stumbled on the ticket to reigniting her career if her heart doesn t get in the way Graham Buchanan is a movie star with many secrets A Gandiegow native, he frequently hides out in his hometown between films He also has a son he ll do anything to protect But Cait Macleod is too damn appealing even if she is a journalist Quilting with her gran and the other women of the village brings Cait a peace she hasn t known in years But if she turns in the story about Graham, Gandiegow will never forgive her for betraying one of its own Should she suffer the consequences to resurrect her career Or listen to her battered and bruised heart and give love another chance


  • Title: To Scotland with Love
  • Author: Patience Griffin
  • ISBN: 9780451468291
  • Page: 183
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback

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Comments To Scotland with Love

  • Pam

    When I read the blurb it sounded like the book had a lot of promise. I was deeply disappointed. In the opening chapters I couldn't get past Cait's deceitful attitude toward Graham. She was nice to his face but was still gathering information to betray him with a news story about his life, so she could benefit from it. It really turned me off on her character. I read on, because I liked Graham but I just couldn't get past how little I cared about the female lead and what happened to her. I put th [...]


  • Alisha

    great, but have tissue handy


  • Sophia

    A village romance set on the Scottish coast? Caledonia take me away! When I read this blurb just the setting and backdrop alone were enough to make me pick up the book. I had never read this author's stuff so I was crossing my fingers that she had a nice descriptive writing voice. And she did, village life, village characters and a tangled up romance was all sewn together well.The story opens when Cait McLeod returns to her childhood home with tail tucked between her legs just needing to lick he [...]


  • Lea's Audiobooks Hensley

    Just tried Patience Griffin's To Scotland with Love narrated by Kirsten Potter. The narration is great just as I thought it would be. But the heroine drove me a bit crazy and it was a DNF after an hour or two.A woman returns to her hometown in Scotland - now a widow - and is certainly feeling down and, I must say, bitchy. A mega star - a former Sexiest Man Alive - is missing (as he often is) and she finds him there complete with a son he has attempted to keep away from the media. He's nice to he [...]


  • S a n d r a

    Reseña en el blogA ver, la historia en sí tampoco es que sea mala, aunque tampoco diría que buena Pero si estuviera bien traducida y sin tantas faltas y despropósitos de la mani del traductor, sería una lectura entretenida. Con cómo está escrita la edición española, no me cabe en la cabeza que alguien lo pueda disfrutarLo mejor, sin duda, Mattie; lo peor, el traductor. Que paguen a alguien por algo tan horrible no entra en mi cabeza.


  • Myself

    2/5 No le pongo más porque es tan mala la traducción y tiene unas faltas de ortografía tan flagrantes que ya no he podido concentrarme en la historia. Ediciones Kiwi perpetra el crimen. Y eso que Graham prometía


  • Alba M.

    Me llevó muchísimo tiempo leer este libro. Se me hizo muy pesado, engorroso y aburrido durante toda la primera mitad. Toda la historia y la relación estaba basada en mentiras por parte de Cait. Es por esto que no suelo leer las historias donde las periodistas son las protagonistas y los hombres son estrellas de cine, porque siempre hay algo en el fondo que no huele bien. La traición se respiraba en el ambiente. En serio, no pude entender en ningún momento las motivaciones de Cait para traic [...]


  • Olga

    Un libro muy bonito ( y sencillo) que habla de amistad, el compañerismo, las segundas oportunidades ( con la familia, con uno mismo y con el amor) y de la muerte (siempre presente en nuestras vidas)Lo único que ha fallado ha sido la horrorosa traducción ( había capítulos que no sabia lo que estaba leyendo de la mala traducción que se ha hecho, parecía un corta y pega de un traductor de Google)Seguiré a esta autora ya que es el primero de una saga.


  • Stormi (Books, Movies, Reviews. Oh my!)

    To Scotland With Love was my first novel by this author. I must admit to not being as huge a fan of contemporary romance as I am of historicals, but now and then I find one I really like. This book was very sweet and very sad at the same time. I really enjoyed it and can’t wait to read the next one in the series.Caitriona Macleod had gave up her career as an investigative reporter for what she thought was the perfect marriage. Then her husband ends up dead in his mistress bed and it turns her [...]


  • Carmen

    La historia está bien, tiene muchas posibilidades pero le falla la traducción (tengo que suponer que es eso). Hay expresiones traducidas literalmente del inglés lo que carece de sentido narrativo. Esto hace que desmerezca una historia que como tal es entretenida, en algunos momentos incluso divertida, y tiene carga dramática. Amor, familia, amigos la novela toca muchos puntos.No puedo darle más puntuación por los errores gramaticales que tiene.


  • Jessica

    Looking at this cover, I thought I was picking up a historical romance from Scotland. Much to my surprise, and delight, To Scotland With Love is actually a contemporary romance that follows the story of Cait as she leaves America to go back to her hometown in Scotland, only to find something, or someone, she wasn't quite expecting…When Cait's husband dies in his mistress's bed, she is more than ready to leave that life behind and find the only family she has left back in Scotland. When she arr [...]


  • Ashley

    I received this book for free through First Reads."Watch your heart. It's a hard thing to take back once ye've given it away." Deydie, Cait's grandma said this to her through the reading of this book. And it stuck with me. Deydie has been living on her own, since Cait's father uprooted her and her mother to America, where her mother ended up dying. After the death of her husband, Caitie decided to move back to home to Scotland. Hoping that her gran would allow her to be back in her life. Cait e [...]


  • Beth

    4.5 starsThis is the first book I have read by Patience Griffin and it was really quite beautiful. I generally read books that have some humour in or are a little dark or have some suspense in them but this I would say was a romance/drama. I loved the town setting and the quilting circle, I enjoyed the characters and the story, although I did get annoyed with Cait and her "story". I must say that part of this book made me want to sob, while I have read books that have made me cry before this one [...]


  • Cindy

    Wow! Scotland and quilts are the perfect combination for this romance. (I am a little biased since I am a quilter). Catriona MacCloud is a thirty one year old journalist, who returns to her birthplace, after her husband is found dead in his mistress's bed. In Scotland, she meets a reclusive movie star, Graham Buchanan, who struggles with his less than perfect relationship to his son and grandson. It was so refreshing to read a romance with complex characters, real life struggles, and relationshi [...]


  • BJ Rose

    Really closer to 3.5*, but just couldn't like it enough for 4*, mainly because I ran out of patience with Cait. (view spoiler)[She insisted for way too long that her gran didn't love her/hated her, even tho Deydie had been trying for years to get Cait to come back home for visits. Even when the quilters accepted her, she still felt sorry for herself. (hide spoiler)] Eventually, she came around, but it just took too long.


  • Pamela

    What a great debut effort! To Scotland with Love, by Patience Griffin, is a contemporary romance set in a quaint Scottish village. I usually read historical fiction, or historical romances, so I wasn't sure I would like reading about Scotland in the 21st century. Well, the author, really drew me in. The characters are totally fleshed out. The heroine is sassy and sarcastic, with a LOT of emotional baggage. The sexy film star hero also has a ton of problems. How in the world will these two get to [...]


  • Gretchen

    I liked this book. The characters had depth and grew through the story. The descriptions of the small coastal village and the ladies who live there drew me in. The conflict between the hero and heroine was realistic, and the internal struggles each dealt with were developed well. There is a very sad element, but even that was woven into the story in such a way that it not only made sense, it enhanced the theme. There were also several small details that I smiled at, and made me think the author [...]


  • Brianne

    This looking like it had some promise. Then I met Cait. I did not like Cait. She was scheming and conniving throughout most of the book while becoming part of the lives of the people she was scheming about. The love story seemed to come out of nowhere. There was lots of lust, but I don't see the love. I also had issues with the age difference. We are told that Cait is 31. We are not told how old Graham is, but he was a 26 yo son and was the same basic age as Cait's mom. That does not work for me [...]


  • Leann Harris

    I enjoyed this book set on the Scottish shoreline. I loved how the author wove the quilting into the book and set up the series. The story moves you from a heroine who thinks she has no one in the world to finding her place in her hometown and putting to rest the hurts and ghosts of the past. It was a touching story. Caitriona Macleod is a woman in search of her life and returns to the town of her birth and runs into Graham Buchanan, a famous movie star. Caitriona and Graham are wonderful charac [...]


  • Sharon

    Three tissues, an oh dear and an oh myI read this in one gulp. A modern day quilting romance. Cait leaves Chicago after the death of her cheating husband to return to Scotland and her grandmother. Her Scottish hometown is also where heartthrob actor Graham lives when he isn't filming. A journalist by trade, Cait has the story of a lifetime in exposing Graham's real life. In trying to decide what to do Cait reconnects with her roots and learns what really matters in life. There were no real surpr [...]


  • Judie Dooley

    I won this book from a giveaway. Thank you for picking me as a winner. This story takes place in a Scottish seaside town. great story line and true to life characters.I didn't want to put it down--needed to know what was going to happen next. it's the story of family and friends- their ups and downs. Some of it will make you laugh, but a lot will leave you with tears. I don't want to tell you the story--just let me say I don't think you will be disappointed . If you like a good love story--fami [...]


  • Michelle Mattenson

    I really enjoyed this book. Patience (my friend, Pewdie) as I know her from high school, wrote this novel which has a lot of characteristics of a book that I like to read. It was filled with romance, of course, but she also added human interests such as her defiant grandmother, dealing with an illness, and my favorite, quilting with friends. Her setting, a fictional town, Gandiegow, Scotland, depicted a wonderful seaside village that is a close-knitted community. Several days later, I would even [...]


  • Eileen

    what a good beginning to a new series for a new author. I loved it! A woman has to make a big change and what better way than to go home to a small town on a coast in Scotland and start all over. The story was charming, heartfelt and engrossing. The whole town got involved and the quilting group was a force to reckon with. There were multiple storylines working throughout and relationships that had to be worked on from the ground up. I'm looking forward to more stories from the up and coming aut [...]


  • Shannon

    What a fantastic read! Aside from the excellent writing, the best part of this fictional work is the use of real life situations. This book is rooted on the concept of second chances. A second chance after death, divorce, career failure, etc- and through overcoming life struggles, individuals can still find hope, love, and acceptance. I love books that provide a common element, and then take the reader on an escapist adventure, with witty humor, true humanity, and a great ending. If you are look [...]


  • Simara

    I got this book thinking it was a Highlander story but it is set in modern day Scotland. The things I learned by listening to this book are:- Scottish men were amazing hundreds of years ago and they still are!- I absolutely love the Scottish accent - Great narration makes the time go by quicker. Yes I recommend this book! It's not only set in Scotland with that amazing accent and great narration but our hero is also a movie star I'm in love!


  • Bonnie

    A delightful read set in a fictional place called Gandiegow. The setting of a seaside town in Scotland appeals to me. The main character, Caitriona, returns to Gandiegow, leaving behind Chicago after her husband dies in his mistress' bed. She tries to reconcile with her grandmother which takes awhile as her grandmother is heartbroken over losing her daughter, Caitriona's mother, and her husband. Caitriona gets a second chance for love and also for family and friendship.


  • Missy Nelson

    Loved this book. Did not want to like this character. Such a poignant story. Really wanted a miracle. I cried and cried at the end. A wonderful story. So many wonderful characters. I won this book on .


  • Michelle Miles

    I received an ARC and loved this book. It was a wonderful story with fantastic characters who are so real and well crafted. I am totally in love with this small coastal town and want to move there straightaway. 'Twas a verra good story and I canna wait to read more from this author! :)


  • Terrie

    Being Scot/Irish myself this book had extra appeal. I love the characters and can't wait for a continuation of the story. I cried as if I truly knew them and felt their pain.I won this book from Firstreads.


  • Cagney

    Ms. Griffin's book will take you on a journey, not just to another country, but also on a journey of love, death, reconciliation, and quilting. Her words pull you in and leaves you unable to put the book down even after the last page is turned. This book is not to be missed!


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