way up there....
Ian's love of vases
Beth telling him he was gonna be a father
...um,m,mm very sexy, I was not disappointed....
Angela Dawe is absolutely great! The story is great but for me the narrator makes these books what they are in audio...AWESOME.
I'm a Navy vet, swim teacher, wife, and I love books!
I enjoyed listening to this book. It wasn't one that had me so enthralled I couldn't stop listening, but you can't win them all...
What I DIDN'T like about the book was the narrator. She did a good job with the accents and inflections of the characters, but when there wasn't dialogue it almost felt like her adrenaline was way up and I should expect imminent demise at every corner. It was hard to determine if someone was going to come up and snatch the heroine or if she was simply getting dressed!
I'm not saying don't get it, but I am suggesting you get it while it's on sale.
I would try another Jennifer Ashley book but I will avoid Angela Dawe as a reader
The story dragged in places
She is unable to do masculine voices and her interpretation of Ian Mackenzie's dialogue left me with the feeling that I should have read the book instead.
Love historical and paranormal romances with smart, imperfect people who against the odds find love when they are not looking for it.
Heartbreaking captivating romance
She does a wonderful job of giving just a hint of the Scottish brogue in the Lord Ian and brings to life the Sottish brothers.
Wonderful romance listen with unique characters who will draw you into their lives. There is a great mix of strength and vulnerability in the Mackenzie men, the women are both soft and brave. Enjoyable from beginning to end. I'm looking forward to then next book in the Highland Pleasures series.
Great beginning to a wonderful series. This is the first book I have heard performed by Ms. Dawe. I will now add her to my list of favorites!! Truly enjoyable story and narrator.
I would not try another book from this author, I couldn't finish listening to this one.
I am always looking for a new series to get into but am having a hard time finding one I like.
I am not sure I would or wouldn't since I don't really keep tract of who is reading the books.
I would add a little more drama to the romance it seems a bit slow for too long in the book.
I just wasn't riveted enough by the story or the characters to keep listening to it. I never understood or hadn't go to the part of the book that explained the title of the book.
I gave up on this book half way through. At first, I thought it was in the ilk of Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series. However, the poor character development - women falling instantly in love with men who had personality disorders and communication challenges - was just too unbelievable. I also could not stand the reading style. The reader had a good Scottish voice for Ian MacKenzie but the nasal tones for the women really did not work for me.
Sorry about this one but really - relationships need much more depth and exploration if they are to work in such a plot.