I'm one of the reviewers at the Guilty Indulgence Review Site. I am always reading - I don't go anywhere without an ebook or audiobook!
This book has such a strong plot, rich in the history this series creates. The voice of the narrator takes that story and heats it up to a whole other level. During some of the steamier scenes, my toes absolutely curled in delight. Phil Gigante is the best.
Book #1 doesn't hold a candle to Book #2 - I truly thought the book was fabulous - and I'm glad to see they got rid of the "tinny" spirit voices! Will be starting Book #3 - can't wait! It's the book you want to be TOTALLY alone with!!!
Laughed and a few other things...
I've listened to the whole series.
He does a fantastic job of performing all the different roles. He has a great voice.
Laugh. It was great.
Worth every penny!
I really liked Adriana's housekeeper and wonder what happened to her. She was definitely a side character, but a very loyal friend of Adriana's as well.
Oh, yes. I really love Phil Gigante's narrations in these books, as well as the ones with Mack in them. He also narrates some of the Carpathian novels by Christine Feehan. I was not disappointed.
I have already downloaded the next book in the series. It will be fun to learn more about Grim.
I wish I had started reading Ms. Moning's Highland series first but I started with her Fae series and then came back to this one, and am I glad I did.
Picture the smooth Scottish brogue of Sean Connery, add some magic, and then a time travelling hero/heroine. Picture being read to by Sean Connery, if that doesn't spike your heart, and make it race, then you must be on your last legs.
Phil Gigante SHINES as the narrator and has that same smooth as a glass of good Scotch
whiskey voice that just makes you want to listen forever.
I hope that Ms Moning is dreaming up some more Highland Warriors and a few more Fae for a new series!!! I'll listen for sure.
This is one of the best of the series. Steamy scenes and good story. No whiney/helpless/stupid lead female character.
this was so much fun to have on my eye pod while doing things around the house start with the first they build on one another although each one is good on its own have a fun read
As always KMM writes an excellent book of struggle, pain and ultimately the happiness only found when two people finally get their happily ever after. It's also nice to see the love a parent has for their children and the things we will do to see them happy.
So far, this one is my favourite. I'm not keen on the time traveling in the other two I've listened to so far. This one would be independent of the series and work very well.
This is so worth a listen if for nothing else than to hear the narrator give the Clergyman the voice from the priest in The Princess Bride film. I laughed out loud when I heard it! "Ma-wage" haha!!
Great book all around. I'm really enjoying the series even if I'm picky about the time travel in the others. This one doesn't have that element but it's still magical.