Absolutely. It was exciting and romantic with all the action of a paranormal adventure,
It pulled me into the story right away and kept me wondering who was the villain.
When they were in the barn together, his fierceness to have her belong to him was amazing.
I love Donna Grants writing and am always looking for her next adventure to begin. Her highlander novels are incredible.
Nicholas because there are so many facets to his personality and his sence of honor
I would differently put this on my reread list
Highly recommended not Kathryn Le Veque though
Laird MacLeod determination to keep her even if the ransom is paid
I love his accent and the way he emphasizes everything he saying. Sometimes I think he's just as excited about what he's reading as a listener is to hear it
No however it did give me a good feeling.
I would read another book written by Amy Jarecki
More action, more interaction with the characters and more historical details
I really don't think another narrator would help
I don't know and I really would hate to say most
This is not a book I would read again or recommend even to someone I wasn't too fond of
I would make it longer there wasn't must content for me
The last chapter, when they were married
She told a good story and the book would have been flat without her
I'm not really sure
There was so much more to tell, I thought, maybe I just didn't get it.
I enjoyed it but found it not as exciting as some of the other audiobooks.
Blaec d'Lucy of course. Arrogant, heart stopping , dangerous and yet with just the right amount of tenderness.
I always find the narrator to bring me into the story and make me fell part of the action. It also makes you feel as if the characters are talking to you.
Not really. Although I felt angry that anyone could treat a woman in the matter that William did it came as no surprise due to the era and the way some men thought at that time.
I am glad both brothers ended with love in their lives and William ended with what he desired.
I love to listen to all of Kathryn Le Veque's books over and over as I always realize I've missed something the first time around.
Lady Gray because she never gives up and stays strong and true throughout
When Braxton throws down his sword and armor to be with his lady wife
I have recommended this to several of my friends and hope that the author will continue to write in this era. I would also love her to write about Highlanders as Scotland and Scottish men are always an enjoyable read.
Yes I definitely would recommend this to a friend it was a wonderful book and I just loved the end when they were together in a new country with their children.
It shows that no matter if you are rich, poor or from different backgrounds love can always make it work.
Emotion and a feeling of being there with the characters
Yes. I cried but they were happy tears.
I have all of Kathryn Le Veque audiobooks and can't wait for her new book coming out the end of October. I find from her website that some books are not available in audiblebooks and wish something could be done about it.
I don't know, I haven't read the print version
It was funny, sad, scary and sexy, you never knew what was going to happen next
This is my first time listening to him, his voice is easy to listen to
I laughed at the girls outrageous behavior but I also cried, even at the happy events.
This was a wonderful book and I really enjoyed reading it. Kathryn Le Veque is an exceptional writer. I can't wait to start my next book by her.
Far below, however, I continued reading hoping it would get better. Unfortunately I was disappointed.
The knight is not a strong character which I find very annoying
Yes, as I don't believe the narrator was the problem
I found there was repetition in the book there were sentences that were repeated continually throughout the reading.
Breathtaking, emotional, sexy
Savannah because she was sexy, tough, tender but able to control the most powerful man alive
When Savannah realizes Gregori is her wolf
Yes but I had to keep backing it up because I kept falling asleep
One of the best Carpathian books in the series so far a must read
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