By "trigger-y", I mean that the experiences of the heroine made me a little uncomfortable and it was difficult at times for me to handle the brutal discussions/descriptions of what she'd been through. I don't think Banks handle things badly, however, if you're sensitive to issues of rape and sexual violence (especially to the extent this character experienced), you may want to reconsider.
I enjoyed the story and I liked the characters, but there was a lot of repetition of regarding everyone's feelings which make the book seem 20% longer than it needs to be. Also, I'm now really tired of the word "flesh".
I was looking forward to the second book in this series. The first one was OUTSTANDING. This second book missed the mark by a longshot. There was so action, only a lot of internal thoughts from the main character. And I agree with another reviewer, it was never explained why a woman who was kidnapped, raped and imprisoned was hated by the entire clan. That made no sense at all.
The narraration was outstanding as usual. Kirsten Potter does an excellent job with voice inflection, emotion and different voices. I can always listen to her. I'll listen to another Maya Banks, but I was not sold on this story at all. I hope #3 is better.
I'm a lover of books, both read and audible.
I’m a huge fan of Maya Banks. When I read the first book of this series, I was touched by the affection portrayed between the hero and heroine. I have to admit that I didn’t like Bowen in the first book. I wanted to hit him in the eye. But in this book, I downright feel in love with Bowen Montgomery. The strength and passion that he displayed throughout this book, made me feel in love with his story.
As always, Kristen Potter did a fantastic read and added just the right amount of emotion and depth to the characters. I was captive with this book from page one didn’t remove my headphones until the final word was spoken.
I highly encourage this book, this series. Read and Enjoy.
Once again I just loved this audiobook , the second in a series of highland romance. The story is touching and romantic and the narration was superb. Highly recommended!
my heart ached for the heroine of this story. I felt her pain and sorrow before she found her hope and heart. Great story! I could not stop listening until it was complete.
So, this was a decent story, but a touch more unbelievable than most. The big, glaring problem was that the issue of pregnancy was never addressed. If it had been, I would have been more accepting of the story line. It was an enjoyable ready but I was unable to suspend my disbelief.
I am a lover of historical fiction. I enjoy tales of 19th century life on the American frontier and I can't resist a sappy prairie romance.
I am officially a Kirsten Potter fan! She does an amazing job of narrating this story. The story too is great - highlanders, lairds, castles, passionate love, conflict and humor. I tore through the books in this series in a matter of weeks. Now, I am searching for more! Definitely worth a credit. Don't hesitate. You won't be disappointed.
"I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review via AudiobookBlast dot com."
highlander books are the best and this one was wonderful. i was not disappointed. loved it