Yes. It's a very satisfying story and is well-narrated.
The fierce love and loyalty between Alaric and Keeley, as well as all the members of the McCabe clan is probably the best thing about this story.
I think my favorite scene is when Alaric and Keeley are handfasted. Although it might also be when Keeley showed Laird MacDonald what she was made of.
I was shocked when I realized I was wrong about the heroine who would be starring in this story. But I couldn't have been more pleased with the heroine who *did* star.
Kirsten Potter, as always, wow'd me with her narration. Her ability to give these characters distinct voices and keep the pacing perfect makes for a fantastic listen!
Yes a very good listen to tied you over until Outlander is back
Alarick coming to realize he cant marry the other woman
Yes and I did.!
I am so in love with Mc Cabe men. I don't I laughed or teared up more with an audio. I will definitely get the third book to see how it fairs with the youngest brother.
I had so much trouble trying to hear this book, and the previous book in this series. I had to drive with my ear to the speaker and I don't think that is the safest way to drive. Why not record audio books as loud as possible? I can turn my speakers down, it is not possible to turn them up more than full volume. .
I feel a tad silly for saying, but this one really pulled me in. It was hard to stop reading, and I paid for it when it made me blush in public at the contents when I listened during my commute. I liked it much better than the first book (though I do still like Mairin and Ewan's characters), the plot was better. Though I'm still uncomfortable about all of the attacks they are suffering. I wasn't so sure if someone wouldn't survive. It made me laugh several times too. All around enjoyable read.
Good narration, though sometimes hard to tell apart the men's voices
The story is right at the top of my list. It starts off with action and then you go on an emotional roller coaster ride, it just keeps on going.
For me it's up there with The Madness of Lord Ian Mackenzie by Jennifer Ashley. The story line of all 3 of MB books are well written and highly enjoyable.
I liked her voice, but she fell short when it came to the men's voices.
The passion between Keely and Alaric was hot. However, when Keely and Alaric knew they couldn't be together and when Alaric's wedding started... that was heart wrenching. You could feel their pain. I also enjoyed the part when Keely found out why Rionna abandoned her. I don't want to give away the story, but the book is really good.
All three books are a must read and if you like passion in your books, you won't be disappointed.
There was a common antagonist throughout the series that helped with the overall continuity of the storyline. Not to mention the great love scenes. Maya Banks is a great story teller.
I might have some problems with this author's "present time" romances, but her historical works are always a sure bet. Her characters, especially her female characters, are always endearing and competent, not showing an amazing lack of intelligence that so many historical romances do. Her writing gives enough sense of emotion without overdoing it, and is not inundated with so much "Shakespearian" prose. The narrator does a remarkable job with not giving the many characters silly sounding voices or having bad talking habits that distract the reader (listener) from this beautiful story.
I liked the story line and the narrator
after she was hurt.
Her voice was pleasant