Inspired by the history of the Scottish Highlands, USA Today best-selling author Sue-Ellen Welfonder pens this enthralling tale. Three rival clans are battling over territory in the Glen of Many Legends. Laird of the Camerons, James, swears to lead his people to victory over the MacDonald and Mackintosh clans. But his heart sings a different tune after meeting the beautiful Lady Catriona MacDonald. Now James must choose between allegiance to his men and devotion to the woman he knows he cannot live without.
©2011 Sue-Ellen Welfonder (P)2011 Recorded Books, LLC
series to follow the plot. l loved the narator and would like to see kendru's story next. I think kendu's sister is the stongest female of the three and can ✋ t.o
My favorite books are 'Historical Romance'. A good book takes you away from your everyday life & puts you in the middle of an adventure.
This book is so well written. The author articulates her thoughts vibrantly and beautifully. Unbelievable descriptive details allow you to visualize in your mind's eye a mystical and magical glen in the Scottish highlands. Filled with fantasy, passion, romance, and highland honor. With playful interludes between leading characters, James and Catriona, then scorching heat sizzling between these two, you fall in love with them. Neither one willing to admit how they feel, yet they can't take their eyes off each other. The minute they see one another, passion ignites and your own heart thumps louder. That is how powerfully moving this story is. Filled with anticipation and unexpected surprises throughout. Everything is connected and brought to an enthralling, climactic moment, bringing tears of joy to my eyes. This story is utterly amazing. Sue-Ellen Welfonder has an incredible talent. This should be made into a movie. Narrator Jill Tanner performed the characters very well.
A must read. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
The story is full of Highlanders, magic, mystery and of course romance. James and Catriona were a fantastic couple and they had a great supporting cast of characters. My favorite character had to be the old dogs of James and Alasdair. I enjoyed the scowls, muttered oaths, dark looks, fisted hands on hips from James. He was a gruff one and I enjoyed every bit of it. Also, Sue-Ellen Welfonder is a fantastic author and her stories have a way of drawing the reader (or listener) in. The narrator, Jill Tanner was awesome as well. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. My only disappointment is that the other two books are not on audiobook.
The battle scene (I can not to go into detail without giving spoilers).
When James was in the hall giving his speech and Catriona walked in and threw down the gauntlet.
YES. I listened to it in less than a day.
MORE SUE-ELLEN WELFONDER PLEASE!!!
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