I loved that Ms. Ashley blended in a mix of all the Mackenize brother. It was nice to hear how Ian, Mac and Cameron were all doing with their new wives.
The book is very similar to Jennifer Ashley's other Mackenize novels.
She does a great MacKenize Scottish accent. It is hard to tell the MacKenize brothers apart however.
All of it. Great Story!
Very Enjoyable. I would recommend this recording to anyone who has already enjoyed the first 3 novels in the series.
Yes - especially if they have read the first 5 books. It was exciting, different and well worth the time and money.
spoiler ................. The part were "everyone" scoops in and sees the hero and heroine together on the beach. Successful but worst for wear.
All of them are AMAZING! It was a wonderful performance.
Not for the faint of heart.
Great addition to the series. One of the best Elder Races novels.
Yes. Daniel is a changing man in a changing time. He loves his motor cars and other gadgets. He needs a special kind of girl and he finds her in Violet.
Daniel of course. He is so caring, kind, tender yet tough.
Yes. It was as wonderful as all her Mackenzie Novels.
A romance across the continents.
Great story, Great narrator.
All of Jennifer Ashley's Highland Pleasures. Each one is a gem!
Yes - All were great!
Well worth the price!
Great overall performance and a wonderful story!
I loved the scenes that included the rest of the Mackenzie Clan.
Ian from The Madness of Lord Mackenzie.
The entire series is amazing! One of my very favorites.
The Story was good. The retelling kind of hard to listen to,
Her voice was quite masculine even when reading female character's words. It was at times abrasive and hard to listen to.
Good story - read the book....
Another winner by Julie Garwood. This story has a strong heroine, a yummy alpha male and a happily ever after!
I loved how the heroine Jamie could not help causing problems in her new country - Scotland.
Rosalyn Landor uses many voices in her retelling. She is constant with her voices.
I Listen to this book almost straight through and I was sorry when it was finished.
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