What a terrific story. I was totally enthralled from beginning to end. The narration was amazing! This book is one of my absolute top favorites and I can't wait to continue to the next book!
The fact that the heroin, having a disability has a chance at love; that she is very loved by her family and how the hero takes the time to get to know about her.
When the heroin first meets her betrothed and becomes very intrigued by him.
This is the first KP performance for me, but I thought she did very well!
This book drew me in from the start; I'm not much of a crier but I did experience strong emotions.
PLEASE BRING BACK THE THREE BOOK HIGHLAND EVER AFTER!!!!
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This is a wonderful love story. I liked all the characters and can't wait for the rest in this series. I hope the Armstrong boys get a book too.
Write and teach about horses and horse training. Enjoy good mystery novels and true stories about horses and horse people.
this book starts off with intricate details of the settings and the background and this is slow for an action-adventure lover. Sloe for the first 60% of the book. it picks up midway through and gives the reader a nice build up to answer the question what happens when you seduce a Scot.
The main characters are so likeable, great narration...great story line. ...just listened to it for my 2nd time!!
Sure. It was, like I said, a quick, easy listen. I had just finished listen to a heavier murder mystery and was looking to listen to something that I didn't have to concentrate on quite so much. This fit the bill.
wonderful story and narration. I couldn't stop listening to it and finished it in a weekend. I really enjoyed the characters and plot line. looking forward to listening to the next story in this series.
No. As a reader/listener of historical romance, I prefer writing that is more detailed. (One of many examples: There's quite a bit of focus on the dinner table and no description of what they're eating, other than "food" and "oatcakes." ?! A little bit of color here wouldn't hurt.) Also, I thought that Banks's writing was repetitive and that her characters were sort of stupid. (You show up at my door with TWO ARMIES? Yeah, I'll open the door. C'mon in and look around.)
No. Not my style of writer. The Perils of Evaline got boring after a while, and I prefer male characters who can do more than bellow, roar, and, well, screw. I also like my historicals more detailed, researched, and considered.
I will say this, though. Banks does a fantastic job rolling the emotions. If you're just looking for an emotional ride, this will do it.
Kirsten Potter was FANTASTIC. I will definitely listen to her again. She did well with accents, and I could tell one character from the next by her tone and inflection. She did an excellent job with characterization and pacing. I even liked the way Evaline's voice was so much different than everyone else's.
Meh. I won't be listening to anything else by this author, but that is a personal preference.
I can see why this book is popular. There is quite the emotional rollercoaster, which is fantastic and heart-fluttery. And the Highlanders are big, barbaric, and built. It can be a heady combination, but ultimately, I veer more toward Outlander than Trek Mi Q'an.
To each her own.