Of course I would recommend it to anyone who is in historicals.
Julie Garwood does this type of books real well. This is the first in a series, a series you must read.
When Iain decides to keep Judith and she's not quite sure what she's doing in front of the elders when he tries to get her to marry him...
It's not what she brings to the story that's not in the book but more like another way of seeing things, with other views.
There are quite a lot of them but at the end when Iain is ready to leave the clan with Judith is one.
Just started to listen to this one.
Boy, Sherill Turner (narrator) is quite in a hurry! Does she thinks this is a RACE?
Wonder if she as another book to read.
I did like this book when I first read it in print.
I think Sarah Coomes was trying to hard. To much exclamations and to much emphasis on certain words that in my view didn't really did any.
Her character voices were very lacking, they all sounded alike, she even had a female tone for Daniel one of the males. The love/sex scenes were over done.
After Echo, I didn't know what to expect, was kinda apprehensive, BUT...This book brought back the love I had for the series!
Reminded me a lot of Outlander in a way...about the up and down feelings it brought and all.
Davina is as always amazing as narrator.
Will surely listen to it again and again.
Well...the narrator didn't bring anything to the book. Don't know if the way book itself was written brought that voice cause in other books samples she doesn't whine as much.
The only good part of the story was the kidnapping and the rescue which were both rushed and still whiny.
Love this series!
The brothers are all bluster when it comes to Not marrying.
Mama Rose, knows best and gives a push to get them into it.
Fun easy read and listening. Mikeal Naramore does one great job! His rendition of the characters is almost perfection. He can do male, female, old, young, grumpy and happy and his accents...well no question about them he really as it! Would like to hear him do a crying baby, I'd bet he would nail that one too.
this is one more that I'll surely listen to again and again.
Loved this story !
The narration didn't take anything from it, as usual Rosalyn Landor was great.She can do voices...male, female, kids and even old ladies and accents, too.One thing that bothers me...a couple of times I'm sure I heard her say grandfather when it is clear in the story that it's a grandmother they're talking about. Did anyone else hear this?
Narrator is not consistant with the voices, I had trouble keeping up with who said what and her male voices were plum bad!Rosalyn Landor or Julia Motyka would of done a better job. There was a lot of details we didn't need and a lot that should of been in this story.
Narrator:Suzanne Cypress does a pretty good job. Though the voices could of been better. Still was enjoyable and will listen to it again.Some reviewers didn't think this book was funny, I wonder why. Because I did! [giggles]
Love the opening scene when Gregori and Laszlo introduce Vanna to Roman...Laugh out loud moment.
There's fun banter all through the book.
I will get more of this series.
Love this story!
Narrator:Mikael Naramore does one great job. Though I found the story stretch out I still loved it and will listen to it again.
Narrator:Emily Beresford did a real good job. She did voices with each their own pitch / intonation so we do know who is who. Male, female and even kids.
Would of kick and bash Raveneau's head a couple of times. The worst was when he leaves her on the island.
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