Nancy Scanlon continues the time-bending saga she began with The Winter Laird, pulling heroes and villains alike through the portals of time to help save their futures and find their truest loves.
A time travel accident has left Aidan MacWilliam, younger brother of a medieval Irish laird, trapped in the future. Though he's become a successful entrepreneur in the 21st century, Aidan still can't banish thoughts of the world he left behind. In search of distraction, he heads to New York to scout a PR person for his cousin's matchmaking firm, Celtic Connections.
Emmaline Perkins might be the perfect candidate. A PR expert and closet medievalist, Emma has always put work before her social life. When a breathtakingly handsome man who looks like he stepped straight out of the Middle Ages proposes business, she struggles to keep her professional and personal lives separate. Then Emma's ex-fiancé resurfaces, threatening Emma's livelihood, her home, and ultimately her safety.
Aidan jumps to protect her, and not just because she's good for business. He feels a primal need to defend the alluring young woman. But the question is not where she'll be safe - but when.
©2016 Nancy Scanlon (P)2016 Audible, Inc.
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This was the sequel to the winter laird an lets just say it was excellent. If you are looking for a book with steamy "scenes" this isn't the book for you. This book is about a great romance that stands the test of time travel. This listen is worth a credit. I wanted to cry at the end and I usually want to listen to "steamy" books. So this was a go for me
Great story! I read the reviews on this before buying so was attentive to the narrator. She did a fairly good job. Some of the voices were difficult to distinguish between (just 1 or two of the Irish male characters - it's read by a woman). IT didn't pull y attention from the story though. I couldn't stop listening.
I DO WISH Audible Studios would cast Both a male and female so the male actor does the male voices and female does the female voices. I don't care HOW GOOD a narrator is, you can always tell when a man is trying to do female voices and vice versa and it takes away from the story. So many people would get into audiobooks (more than presently listen) if there were more realistic voices. Sales would likely skyrocket. ESPECIALLY if both actors were promoted using a special word to identify multiple actors. Audible- it would seriously make a difference!!
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