Yes. I love the story.
When Cian threw the mirror down the stairs, knowing that it would break and that he would die. What a sacrifice! Thank you for allowing him to live.
I love the Scottish accent.
When Cian was yelling at Dageus to go find Jessica, who had been left behind, it really showed how much Cian loved her. It also reminded Dageus how much he loved Chloe. It was a very emotional moment.
It would be great if they could redo the audio book with a female narrator and a male narrator. I love Phil, but adding a real female would make the feminine characters sound believable.
I live on the Gulf of Mexico and I love to listen and walk the day away along God's beautiful grace.
Jessi.....her back bone, her promise of true love
yes the mirror, the times Jessi sat by her highlander while he was trapped inside
All of Karen Marie Moning books on the Highlander series are wonderfully written, with love, passion, lust, regret, fear and most of all happiness. these are true love stories, with heartbreak and happiness, with pain and pleasure. you fall in love with each characters in her story, that's her gift to us her fans.... thank you KMM
Phil Gigante Rocks!
Other Karen Marie Moning Highlander books. Series is great. Audio books can stand alone or listen in order. Once you hear one, you'll be hooked.
Can't say enough about Phil Gigante's narration.. I look for books narrated by him now.
surprisingly well developed story line and plot for a romance novels. if you can keep an open mind to myths ledgends and the supernatural this series can be highly entertaining. i normally stay as far away from romance novels but on a whimsical and rather random notion i took the recomendation from a cowofker on this author on the promise of a well developed plot and entertaining. i was not disappointed in the least and have been hooked on the author ever since.
This final book was another wonderful listen. I enjoyed this entire series and wish it didnot have to end.
I am a reader and a Librarian--Personally I find all of Karen Marie Monings books an escape that I look forward to reading. I fly through each book only wishing it wouldn't end. Her books have a balance of plot, character development, adventure, action, and sex to keep you interested and wanting more. Excellent!
I found it pretty incredible. After listening to the book twice, I heard details that I missed the first time around. It is all coming together and I can hardly wait to see what happens next.
I have thoroughly enjoyed each of the books so far in the series.
I was SO disappointed with this book. I'm a huge fan of the series, and adore the previous books, but this one is terrible. I couldn't even bring myself to like the main characters.
This story line is getting REALLY old:
1. an ancient highlander who has sex with any woman he wants
2. a present day, early 20s, smart, beautiful woman, who of course, has to be a virgin
3. they meet in the present day
4. he wants her, she wants him, but she won't admit it
5. she ends up being his one true soul mate
6. something happens where it looks like they can't be together
7. they end up happily ever after
Please, change it up a little!
In this book, Jessi is suppose to be a very intelligent woman, but is as ditzy as they come. Who, with a hint of a brain, actually says "as if"???? Jessi is annoying, whiny, and down right needy.
Something else that really nagged me in this book.....all of the flash backs. They were from things that happened an hour ago, to days ago. Over and over, flash backs. Why not just tell the story as it happens?
I liked Cian at first. His character was so intriguing. He was a brute and a true barbarian! But as soon as they got to the castle, he became like the unmasculine men of present day, that Jessi hates so much. He's just as needy and clingy as Jessi.
It's obvious that Moning is giving up on this series. The writing just isn't the same as the previous books. I've read terrible reviews for book 8, which isn't on audio and probably never will be. It's just a tiny little book, consisting of only 100 pages. Yup, she's given up on this series, so I wouldn't be getting your hopes up that there'll be more.
Angie in Jamestown, TN