This is one of my favorite books of the Highlander series because of all the Scottish history background. The historical aspects serve as the perfect backdrop for Circen’s complex character. He is by far my favorite Moning Highlander. He shares very similar characteristics with Adam, Drustan, Daegus, and even Cian, as he and Cian are from the same century, but what I love about him most is that he is a perfect combination of all these magnificent characters. With a touch of Adam’s Fae Magic, Drustan’s sense of duty and loyalty, Daegus’ sultry sensuality, and Cian’s brawn and savagery he is the perfect highlander, and of course let’s not forget to mention intelligence. I have been listening to these books in reverse order, and so far I have loved every one. I started with Immortal, then Dark, then Kiss, then Spell, and now Touch. Now I plan to listen to Tame a Highland Warrior. I can’t wait ! You can’t go wrong with any of these books, believe me !
Wow, this book was the very best of the Fever series thus far. The plot intensifies and keeps on getting better. I am relieved that Shadowfever will be the culmination of this saga, because this book has truly hit the climax, and there must be some resolution following it. I love that both male and female narrators were used for the audio book. It really helps bring it to life. I had already read the hardcover, and I enjoyed it so much that I had to get the audio book, especially because I knew the Phil Gigante would be narrating the voice of Jericho Barrons. I truly think that this book is KMM's best work yet.
This is my very first audio book purchase, and what a pick it was ! The story is engaging. I love Adam Black's character development. My only complaint is Gabby's voice.... sounds so inadequate, but overall the story is great.
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