Audio Addict! Usually listening to History these days. Love Will Durant most of all authors!
I loved both Ian and Mac's story. I didn't think Jennifer Ashley could write another 5star book. But she has. Cam story is sad, passionate and beautiful. Surpassed my expectations, and then some.
Angela Dawe's performance was superb! I want to read the next book, but I'm willing to wait to hear Dawe's beautiful interpretation.
Highly recommended!!! Every book in this series is exceptional.
Excellent narration for Cameron & Ainsley's story. We hear the treachery of Cameron's late wife & the extreme sacrifices he made for his son, Daniel. Ainsley's secrets are also revealed. Slowly, she rebuilds his trust in women, well one woman. It's another great installment of the Mackenzie family.
This Recording started out so beautifully and then it "burped" and then stopped to keep going back to the beginning over and over and would not continue. The other audio books in the Mackenzie Series were spectacular, just not Cameron's story. A total waste of my good money.
yes I would as I've so enjoyed every book in this series I've read so far and this one was no different
Ainsley was my favorite as she never gave up on Cam and worked so hard to do so much for him
While Ian and Beth will always be my favorite Mackenzies, I loved Cam and Ainsley's story. Reading this series In weird order I met them all in book 5 first so I knew they all were married. But I fell in love with this family so much I had to go back and start the series from the beginning. I love this series and adore both reading and listening to the audio version
Yes. In fact I did. The twists and turns of the characters were interesting enough that on second listening, I realized that there were things such as innuendos, suppositions, actions on which I hadn't paid enough attention the first time.
Hiding behind the curtain, Lord Cameron notes that Ainsley is there and nevertheless does not reveal her presence. How this scene plays out is intriguing.
The memorable moment above is also my favourite scene.
This latest story from Jennifer Ashley is a teaser which must be enjoyed!
I love a story of rich powerful men who need strong, smart women. There is intrigue, hot sex and great romance. Angela Dawe narrates a great story with a believable performance. Have listened to this 5 times since downloading it last year.
I really enjoyed this story. Book 1 (Ian) is still my favorite, but Book 3 is a close second. The one thing that "spoiled" it for me was the narration. Ainsley's voice is just weird - I don't think anyone speaks like that. I also think Dawe was so focused on giving Cameron & Ainsley distinct voices that she missed a lot of the emotion & inflections in the banter that would have made it more enjoyable. I'm guessing I would have enjoyed this book as much as Ian's had I read the paper copy. However, the narration was not so off putting that I wouldn't recommend it, so do give it a go. It is a worthy addition to the series.
This series was great. This main character was very interesting and complex. Well written and fast paced
Read the series in order.
The second book in this series was so bad that I returned it. The only time I have ever returned a book. I took a chance and got book 3 of the series. I am so glad I did!
Lord Cameron was painted as such a selfish man in the prior books. It turns out he is just a traumatized man afraid to be hurt again. Ainsley is such a good woman. She transforms him back to a whole loving man. I liked Cameron's bad boy attitude and the way the two main characters bantered. It made for some humorous situations. I also liked Cameron's son, Daniel. He tried to pair Cameron and Ainsley together from the start.