They are all alike the characters seem too much weird highlanders.Im 50 years old ,maybe I'm too mature.enjoyimg the connection between the characters is a thrill I do like.easy to listen to on the new app.Im I'll so these books distract me! U can tell she will be putting he and her. Easy and light.
Loved this story. This is the first of K M Moning's I listened to. Needlless to say, I am hooked. Strong handsome Highlander meets lady in distress. Add time travel, more than a bit of Fae mischief and voila. Light hearted fantasy abounds. As usual, Phil Gigante is great. (the southern female voice aside). I have relistened twice, and may just be ready for round three.
I have read most of the Highlander series multiple times but it has been at least 15 years since reading this. The story is good, but not Moning's best.
Rabid Listener/Reader and Shopper!
Narration - Phil Gigante - Pretty good
This was kind of silly, but also kind of cute. Loved Hawk! Enjoyed the 'mystical' parts of this story. Will definitely look into the rest of the series.
I can't imagine who could appreciate this.
The male reader did not have a good range. Bad choice all around.
Requesting a refund
I liked the story and the people very well. I also liked the narration for the most part. Except for the attempt of a new Orleans accent which was pretty bad. Mostly the female voices were fine for me. The voice for Tavish made me laugh. I thought he sounded like he was from India. But it wasn't enough to ruin the story.
I bought book 6 in this series on sale and I really enjoyed it. I figured I would buy book 1 in spite of the bad reviews. After all, I wasn't looking for literature or even Outlander. I just wanted a fun, if forgettable, audiobook to listen to while I did chores. Boy, was I wrong. I can't believe it's the same author!
I took several chapters before I could actually get into this book, but once I got into it I was held captive. it is a little hard to follow some times. in the end I did enjoy it