More like a spoiled brat. I liked the story but I couldn't stand Jillian St. Clair and her mouth. Her character could have been toned down a little bit and the story would have been better. Her childish tantrums irritated me.
I can't think of one thing I did not like about this book. For someone who is interested in historical novels I found this to be interesting from beginning to end. I hated it to end. This is one I will listen to again. It is very well done. Now I am on to the second book in the series.
This book bordered on the rediculous. Time travel on steroids. I found it very boring.
I was disappointed with this book. It had religious undertones and I thought it was a little repetative.
Book 3 of the Matthew Corbett series. Not as good as book 1 & 2. I thought the author spent too much time on certain subjects but all in all it is still a good read. I am looking forward to book 4.
History, mystery, suspense, & barbaric medical practices in 1699. This book has it all. A very interesting book with an excellent narrator. It kept my interest from beginning to end. If you like historical fiction, you can not go wrong with this book. Matthew is like a 1699 Sherlock Holmes.
The narrator helps me choose the book. Anne Flosnik is an excellent narrator. I was not disappointed with her performance with this book at all. The author was trying to portray an independent woman who could hold her own as a fighter. Unfortunately she did not give this heroin a brain. I have a problem with stupid acting, self serving female characters in books who put many people in jeopardy because of their childish acts. If you want to portray an independent woman, then also give her a brain. Plus the second half of the book made it feel disconnected from the first half. I only gave 3 stars.
Rosalyn Landor is one of my favorite narrators. She expertly guides us through two stories in one. The book is written so well the two stories intertwine perfectly. Some stories within a story can be confusing. This was very well done. Another story that brought me to tears.
Rosalyn Landor is one of my favorite narrators. I liked it from beginning to end. I liked the characters, the book, the author, and the narrator.
A very nice historical romance during the reign of Robert the Bruce and based on actual people. If you like historical romances you can not go wrong with this book. I highly recommend this book.
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