The moment he spied the beautiful little sprite at the fair Torren knew even though his enemy wanted her, she would be the only woman he wanted as his wife. What he never expected was that she didn't want him or that she would stubbornly refuse him his husbandly rights. But he promised her that he would wait until she accepted him and their marriage. And finally after waiting many a torturous night finally he could make love to his wife and it turned out to be the most glorious night of his life. But unbeknown to him within twenty-four hours all his happiness and hope for his marriage would be destroyed by his own hand in one moment of drunken rage. It would take a miracle to win his wife back into his arms but traitors within his own clan and outside forces evil interference he now doubts he would ever win his wife's love or respect back.
Angry at being forced to choose between two powerful Lairds, Darrien could only pray that she did not make a mistake in the Laird she did choose to marry. As they days pass she slowly loses her antagonism towards her husband and accepts him with an open heart. Only when she sees him with his mistress and over hears their conversation is her world shattered. But when her husband strikes out at her in a blind drunk temper she knows she can never stay with him. Trustingly she accepts the aide of a member of the clan only to be foully betrayed and ends up in the hands of her husband's enemy. Even knowing what will happen to her she refuses to cower to the evil man, she will fight with her last breath to defy him. If some how she manages to survive what torture suffer she vows she will never lay eyes on her husband or his enemy again.
©2011 Mysty McPartland (P)2013 Mysty McPartland
The book was great I have read many of this author's books and love them. But the narrator needs to find another job. This is not for her. After this review I am returning the audio and only staying with the book. It was like hearing a kind read. This needs to be redone or be free. Well not even free I would take it. To many mistakes. All should be ashamed that you as a company sell this low grade work.
The female lead had alot of fire and knew how to speak up even to her alpha male of a husband.
Get another person to redo this book. To many mistakes my son of 9 years old can read better. The book had no mistakes but was read as if it did and this was a highland book the voice would talk as cowboy or England's english. No joy in reading or was like force to read this book and was rushing to finish.
Very disappointing that a book that could be very well enjoyed was destroy but this so call narrator. A went through many feelings sad and angry for me and the author to have her hard work damage by a person not professional enough to do the work correctly.
The company's should be ashamed for paying and distributing this work. The so called narrator needs to return the money or redo the narration. This was a rush job. You can hear alot of other things going on which you can say might have been done at home with a simple recorder then send to the company. NEXT TIME HEAR, EDIT AND IF NEEDED REDO THE NARRATION.
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