Not a thing, I buy a book from this series whenever I need a mental break from a difficult or depressing read. It's uplifting and enjoyable.
I wouldn't have changed anything. This is all about one big, happy family.
Angela is quite limited but her voice is very soothing. It's not uncommon for her to get the male and female character mixed up and her accents are terrible.
No...all of the brothers are married now, lol.
Don't expect anything spectacular but you will be content.
Say something about yourself!
Hart Mackenzie is the glue that kept the three brothers alive and on track to make their own successes. He is mostly an enigma through the first three books but this one is his story. Angela Dawe gave her normal perfect performance of Jennifer Ashley’s ‘script’. It really filled in the blanks and gave a bit of the Irish/Scottish history. I believe I think back to this novel more than the others because it fills in so much.
Lady Eleanor Ramsay is a force to be reckoned with, which makes her the perfect match for Hart. Her dialogue in this book is excellent and often very funny. Her father is the quintessential nutty professor that always lends to humor and enlightenment. I loved her story about her Great Grandmother after the slaughter - priceless!
This book is a bit of a roller coaster and I thought best in the series – though they are all good. Some reviewers disagree, but that is to be expected I suppose.
Lady Eleanor was Hart’s first betrothed and why she broke it off comes later in the book. The photo sessions were a surprise, as was Eleanor’s wish to learn EVERYTHING; but that is for the readers’ discovery.
I listened to this over two months ago and still remember it well and love it still. It is worth the credit, and I will listen again. I recommend the series – and leave this one for last.
I love Epic Fantasy....have become a Historical Romance fan because I am a sucker for a good Happily Ever After. Good characters are a must
The third book in the series is just as good as the other two. No let down here! Ainsley was a great character and I really really like Cameron.
We get to learn more about Daniel in this book. He plays a large roll and I absolutely love him. I can't wait to hear his story. His interaction with his father and Ainsley is absolutely hilarious in the beginning.
We also get a teaser of Hart and Miss Ramsay's story.
Again the best part of this book is getting to see the whole family.
I didn't enjoy the Queen in this book. I felt like her part in the story was almost forced in a way but I really don't know how to explain it..... I just didn't like her. I guess it is just the need for conflict.
Cameron's past is definitely dark and he has a lot to overcome but Ainsley is perfect for him.
I laughed (Thanks to Daniel and Mac), felt sorrow, was outraged, warmed with love..... it's a great story and totally worth the credit.
Though Ian McKenzie will always be my favorite out of all the brothers I did enjoy Hart's story. We see that behind all the bluster stern looks harsh words that Hart has a soft side. We see all the turmoil that he went through to protect all that he loved. At the very very end of the book they try to explain Harts darker likes and wants and I think that they did so in a very gentle way according to the fact that this is a period book. Though for some of us who like a lot of steam and naughtiness perhaps a little bit more would've been wanted.
Sassy dialogue, humor, and a great reader are important to me.
El is so strong and doesn't give up but most of all she is as intellegent and adventurous as Hart needed in this lady love . Talk about stand by your man! I jumped to this book after the great #1 as Hart and Ian were so close. I am skipping around in the series, next Sinclare's story as Ms Dawe does wonderful children's voices, then Cam's due to Daniel.
I like the way the author can weave background into the current story without giving away a previous plot. This is a mark of a good series writer/editor.
When the Duke finds the box.
I am a huge fan of Ms Dawe both contemporary and her historical voices, none better. See Nora Roberts series MacGregors and her best Tiffney Snow series, WOW
Yes, as I downloaded the series out of order to see how clever the author could be in telling Hart's story. CLEVER, modern day eroticism woven into a historical period. Author pulled her writing skills altogether to make this a good story.
These are not stand alone books, but can easily be listened to out of order. Read the reviews of all the stories if you only want to try 1. Most say Ian's story which is most clever.
This is enjoyable on many levels. Good story. Great narrator. Amazed at how much of the story I didn't remember will have to re-listen to others I previously listened to. Much like an old friend catching up and telling stories.
“What you do speaks so loudly that I cannot hear what you say.” ~Ralph Waldo Emerson
This was a pleasant addition to the series. If you enjoy the characters and would like a deeper insight into the mind and heart of Hart McKenzie, this is the book for you. Easy listen, especially when engaging in daily tasks.