The story of Grimm is great! I've read Ms. Moning's Highlander book series (I've read ALL of her book series for that matter!) so many times each that I can't keep count. Now that I have a Kindle and iPad to listen to them, it's even better (and I've now listened to all of them more times than I can count! Lol) because i can listen to them as I fall asleep. :) I found the story of Grimm fascinating since it weaves the myths and tales of Scotland in with the characters and storylines from Moning's creative imagination. This book is definitely a good read AND a great audio book, whichever you choose. It's definitely worth the purchase. Two thumbs up on this one!
This is a good story. Anyone reading it can understand that what we see is a young person may not be the reality that is. Grimm is such a person. His love story helps him open his eyes to the past.
I would absolutely recommend this book to a friend. If there weren't sex scenes, I would even have my two boys listen to it as well. It has a nice life lesson that the main character Grim Roderick learns.
Any of the Paula Quinn highlander books. The characters are endearing, loveable, and intriguing.
Mr. Gigante hits it out of the park with his performance. His voice and delivery are captivating and keeps the listener engaged.
Love this book as much as the 1st one. The steamy hot love scenes are really vivid for the imagination. I'm hooked on the series.
Read very well.
This series sure makes working go fast when listening to these books.
Yes! This is one of the best romance series I have ever had the pleasure of listening to. Phil Gigante has a dreamy voice.
Without giving anything away... be careful what you wish for.
His voice! So sexy.
Be careful what you wish for.
My reading and listening tastes are eclectic.
I liked the story and the performance. The characters are a little too "modern" for the 16 century, but it was still a great listen!
I enjoyed both first and second, but found myself picking apart research. 1st book quoted Shakespeare all through 1513 and he was born in 1564, and never heard or found anything on Beserkers except Indians in the 19th century. Sorry. I will still read the rest of the series, but it takes some of the joy out with poor research. Really, was there glass in the early 1500s.
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More like a spoiled brat. I liked the story but I couldn't stand Jillian St. Clair and her mouth. Her character could have been toned down a little bit and the story would have been better. Her childish tantrums irritated me.
Before I started this series, I was a fan of the Fever series. I followed up the Outlander series with the first of this series and was a bit disappointed. Not only was it nothing like Outlander (not that much could come close to the story and Davina Porter's incredible portrayals of the characters), but it wasn't even on the same level in terms of story as Fever. But I had already bought the first few, so I continued with this one. While it's still no Outlander, this story was much more compelling than the first. It's still a little odd to hear Phil Gigante do women's voices because his is so very deep, but he did pretty well, and I enjoyed this story much more than the first one.