Best-selling author Monica McCarty transports listeners to the 14th-century Scottish highlands in this dazzling novel. Warrior Tor MacLeod is picked by Robert the Bruce to lead the fight against English rule. Despite Tor’s rigid disposition and devotion to his craft, his new bride is determined to warm his heart.
©2010 Monica McCarty (P)2011 Recorded Books, LLC
I was disappointed with the weak female lead - sounded a bit whiney,self-centered, and immature. It's hard to empathize or relate to a young female lead who is narrowly focused. It didn't help that the reader made her sound weak, fluffy, and flat. I did like his deep baratone rendition of the male lead's voice, although his dialogue was read very slowly and had a flat aspect or monotone to it also. The author had the male lead often reconsidering his decisions and changing his mind on things he had said. Lots of repetition. The best parts are the training for battle scenes in my opinion.
The time period and Scot history.
No I like historical romance but I like more detail about the life style and less detail sex. The day to day life and specifics such as food prep etc.
The heroine of course.
No, been done
For the price it was nice to knit to. I like light predictable when I am doing a project. It is more like company.
Those who do not really want historical fiction, but prefer romance novels with a lot of redundant sex.
YES!!! In the future we will check further before paying for a book that is falsely advertised.
Not sounded like Sean Connery when speaking for the hero, and not sounding like Mrs. Doubtfire when speaking for the heroine.
Gave my husband a woodie...
Complete, pearly white dribble (pun intended). Not worth our time. Should NOT be in category
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