New York Times bestselling authors Hannah Howell and Lynsay Sands once again combine their talents to deliver their most thrilling book yet. Set in the rugged Scottish Highlands, here is the spellbinding tale of two men destined to live by night with a hunger only the blood of Outsiders can quench - and a passion only two extraordinary women can satisfy.
Embrace The Dark Side… Cousins Heming MacNachton and Tearlach MacAdie are bound by the same blood, the same ancient curse, and now the same quest: to search out the enemies of their clan-hunters who consider them soul-less demons and intend to exterminate them. But no sooner have Heming and Tearlach begun than they are drugged, separated, and taken captive. One is brought deep into the borderlands of Scotland, the other, in the dreary depths of Northern England. Caged and weakened, only two brave women give them hope…
Brona Kerr and Lady Lucy Blytheswood are irresistibly drawn to the mysterious prisoners. Together, the women resolve to save them. In doing so, they will safeguard the clan's future and their own. For they are promised to cruel men who will do anything to possess them and the status that comes with them. Now Brona and Lucy must cross perilous terrain to fight for their lives - and for the men with whom they discover an eternal passion they never imagined…
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Ok call me clueless, but when I bought this, I didn’t realize we were dealing with vampires. Had I known that, I probably would not have bought it. But they were interesting stories & I listened through – the vampires just weren’t my thing. I also felt like since it was two stories that were 4-5 hours each, they were short and they weren’t that well developed. The first story, I had a little trouble being moved by the characters. I liked the second story better but it had a lot of action up front, and was slow on the back end. I think I just prefer longer stories because the character development is better.
The narration was all right. Scottish brogues are hard to master and I admit I am picky about that as well as male voices. But Vine did an adequate job and I didn’t find the narration too distracting.
If I caught a similar book on an Audible sale for $5 or less, I probably would give it another shot. Otherwise, I don’t think I would buy such a book again – mostly due to my personal preferences.
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