I have always enjoyed KMM's Highlander novels and this one, though a short, did not disappoint.
What I most enjoyed was the lack of 'filler' in this story. There were no pedantic descriptions of room furniture nor was there an undue fixation on a tiny little heroine and her massively built Hero.
They were people and Jane sounded like an average, normal woman.
This wonderful gem of a story kept me engaged throughout, with nary an eyeroll from me. Lol!
The icing on the cake? The one thing that made this story skyrocket? For me at least...
Phil Giganti's narration.
That man can read a single line in a Highland brogue, then drop the mic and walk away.
Hands down he is the undisputed master of the deep Highland Laird voice.
My favorite books are 'Historical Romance'. A good book takes you away from your everyday life & puts you in the middle of an adventure.
Every book in this series is outstanding. I will say one is my favorite, but I loved every book so much I've listened to them twice. Hot & sexy too. Loved it.
It may have been short but still holds wonders. What more is there to come from this tale and does it in twine with the all previous ones in this collection. It makes one more greedy or curious, maybe both.
Painful to listen to. Jane Silly was hard to like since she was so weak willed and was all about her man. Not backbone.
This was short, concise and to the point, without the meandering some novels contain. Although it definitely feels like it is leading to another book, it was still very enjoyable.
This book was simply not up to par with the authors other books. It greatly lacked substance and interesting characters. However, I would highly recommend other books by this author, just not this cheap romance.
I thoroughly enjoyed this very romantic tale.
Jane Sillie because of her spirit and compassion.
He breathes life into all the characters and really captures their spirit. I love his brogue.
I did listen in one sitting for sure. This is a novella so it is possible to do that.
Phil Gigante and Karen Marie Moning are a wonderful combination.
Phil Gigante but only his interpertation of the male character.
The time travel and the narrator.
Yes I love his narrations. I've listened to several of them from different books. I think he is best partnered with a female narrator. He can portray any male character but sounds very odd and when doing the females. Awesome narrator otherwise. Love how he portrays the difference between the males and love his accents.
Great story but too short. Needed more of a connection with the other fae fever books. Would've liked if Phil Gigante partnered with female narrator like Natalie Ross but good otherwise.