Bound by duty….
Colin MacGregor was born to fight - for his beliefs, his king, and his family’s honor. After years away from his beloved Scotland, he yearns to return to its lush, green hills, and he can... after he completes one final mission for the king. Sent to infiltrate a traitor’s home, Colin is determined to expose the treasonous plot and triumph on the battlefield - until he meets a sensual lass who tempts him toward other pursuits.
Betrayed by passion….
Lady Gillian Dearly is no stranger to temptation. Cast out of her family for bearing an illegitimate child, she’s now the ward of a barbarian conspiring against the king. Her only desire: freedom for her son and for herself at any cost, even if it means making a deal with the devil. Yet when a mysterious Highlander appears in their midst, his raw strength and smoldering gaze give her hope for a future beyond the castle walls - and promise a desire unlike any she’s ever known. Passion, however, comes at a price.
Paula Quinn is married to her childhood sweetheart. They have three wonderful children, a dog, and too many reptiles to count. She lives in New York City and is currently at work on her next novel. You can write to her at Paula@PaulaQuinn.com.
©2012 Paula Quinn (P)2012 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
The progression of this book was slow in the beginning, but by the second part of the book it picked up some steam and was enjoyable. I liked the book and would listen to this again.
Liked the characters, even the "bad guy" in the book.
Looking forward to any future books by this author.
The narrator was good, would listen to another book she narrates.
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I love Highlanders. And Quinn does them justice. These men are strong but loving, protectors and lovers... so damn sexy. The historical references make the story feel more authentic, something I need when listening to any historical romance - you know, setting the scene makes it more believable.
The narration was okay but I didn't particularly love MacDuffie's male voices. Still, it was good enough and I'll still be listening to the next book in the series.
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