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This story line was great. Colin and Edmond interactions were so touching. It is definitely worth a credit. My only complaint was that there was no epilogue......I was hoping for a good After ....Happily Ever After! I will be actually reading the Novella, A Highlander for Christmas that features Finlay Grant since it is not available on Audible. I thoroughly enjoyed the entire Children of the Mist series.
First off Rosalyn Landor is AMAZING. She acts out the book...not just reads it....If the character is breathless...she reads it that way! SUPERB!
Rebecca and Devon are a great match. I didn't want this book to end but when it did...I immediately downloaded the second book in the series and started it the same night.
This book is definitely not for the listener who wants PG love scenes. These aren't over the top...but they are super steamy!
I highly recommend this book and am already enjoying the second book.
Loved it loved it loved it!
Gerri Russell does a great job creating stories that are different than the usual romance. Once again she has a different plot that keeps you interested and wanting to see how everything plays out.
Claire & Jules's relationship is so ... Well...I don't know .... I just liked them so much. She is a strong woman and is a real challenge for the stubborn Jules.
We get to se some of our favorite characters from "A Laird for Christmas" and they make this book that much more enjoyable.
Read this series...and let's hope more books are to come. This is a fabulous romance!
Bachelorette in historical Scotland....very different start to a book...6 suitors...how could a girl choose?
Loved this book, because it was so different from most that I have read recently. The storyline with six suitors competing to be Lady Jane's husband. There was excitement, danger, & love.
I enjoyed all the characters and hope to see all of them in future books. The plot and characters were really well developed.
Buy this book...it's really inexpensive and save your credits for more expensive books.
This is a PG romance book. If you are looking for steamy love scenes...this is not the book for you. If you want a hero and heroine that want to deny their feelings until they can deny no more....then this IS the book for you.
The author tries to use alcoholism as a issue in the relationship...but she doesn't use it to make the book too serious where it brings you down. Which is obviously not the way alcoholism usually plays out in people's lives....but it's a fiction romance book.
I usually don't like male narrators but I really enjoyed this one. James Langton is the best male narrator I have heard yet.
This book is a good easy listen....It is a cheap book so it is worth the price. I wouldn't use a credit simply because it is cheap.
Like the narrators voice. He's not great but he's good.
This story is kind of cheesy at times. I liked it at times and then others I found myself bored.
The plot is fine...but it isn't developed too well.
The romance didn't inspire any special feelings or reactions.
The male lead was too much of a wuss when it came to Mora...just too over the top sweet....not manly enough for my taste.
It's not credit worthy...but I would buy it on sale...which is how I got it.
One of my favorite books ever. I couldn't get enough of the dialogue and relationship between Owen & Tess. So dang good I couldn't press pause. I just wish there had been much more after they finally really got together!
Credit worthy for sure. A real sweet and sensual romance....with an American "knight in shining armor"
I laughed....held my breath....got misty eyed...and cursed the characters.
While I liked the characters on their own....I just couldn't get into the relationship. I found I didn't care if they got together or not. The best part is the interaction between the Highland Guard guys... But I listened to most of this on double speed. Still moving on to the next in the series because I enjoyed the first 2 books in the series....maybe this book was just a bump in the series road for me.
I absolutely LOVED this book! It was a perfect...."I don't want to think, just want to hear a good sweet romance" kinda book. I was THRILLED that the main characters actually started the real romance in the first to middle part of the book instead of the last 20 minutes like so many other books seem to do. You get to enjoy Vincent and Grace's relationship as it blossoms. The plot is a little different than most of these historical romances and I was interested in the plot aside from the romance as well.
There were moments I got teary eyed, moments when I burst out laughing, and moments of frustration (but thankfully very few of those). This book was better than Silent Revenge but I also loved Silent Revenge.
Sarah Coomes does a fine job. She is a good narrator...maybe not great, but I don't think she takes away from the book at all.
I would listen to this book again.
CREDIT WORTHY ---- YES!!!!! BUT it is so inexpensive I would buy it and as CAROLYN says "save your credits for a more expensive book"
First off narration is excellent....Rosalyn Landor is one of the best.
This book had me hooked from the first....once Jessica met Simon...I wanted to call in sick for work so I could just listen! Well developed characters and an interesting twist makes this a completely enjoyable romance. While there are love scenes...they are PG-13 so no one should be offended.
My biggest complaint for this book is that it could have been longer...it just ended too soon!
It is highly credit worthy...BUT at $9.79 ...just buy it and save a credit....just get it! Its sweet, heartwarming, romantic, touching, ....LOVED IT!!!
Thank goodness Anne Flosnik is back!
This book focuses on Simon and his bride Ariane but all the characters you have come to love are fairly prevalent in this book....that I loved.
I was immediately hooked and didn't want to put this book down. Not quite as good as Untamed (book 1) and WAY BETTER than Forbidden (book 2)
It is romantic and sweet...AND FRUSTRATING!!! But still a great romance that won't disappoint, but I would have liked to see a bit more after the big "finale"... a better epilogue.
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