Duncan Mackay will do anything to lift the curse from his family - even forfeit his own life. But his plans change when he encounters the woman from his dreams, literally. She is from the future, somehow has his lost sword, and can talk to the Dragon that is able to lift his family's curse.
Brigid O'Neill has spent her life listening to the mythological legends from Ireland and Scotland. So, when an ancient sword lands at her doorstep and she starts dreaming of a rugged Highlander, she drops everything and takes on a quest that will alter everything she believes. Before their journey ends, not only will Duncan and Brigid battle an ancient curse, they must also find the courage to believe in the destiny that brought them together.
©2014 Mary Morgan (P)2015 Mary Morgan
I loved the story. Also thought that Mr. Waters did a great job. The urkel comment really annoyed me. It's hard to voice all the characters in dialect and out. Great job on it. I think that by a few chapters In the voices were great and settled in nicley.
I really enjpyed the transitions from present to past. In character traits and story.
Yes. It was great
Great story and great natration. Loved it
Love a good romance
Yes,listening to a good romance once is never enough
Not just a romance but a good story line that you can see,even if I didn't not know that there will be more,leading on into additional adventures with the brothers .
I have never listened to anything narrated by Jonathan Waters but will not hesitate to listen to him again,he is so good at changing from one to another character it is hard to tell at times that it is the same person
Bridgette's final decision
Hoping to be able to listen to the next two books in this series on Audible soon
Edwina "I Love Books'
forgiveness, love , redemption
decent good performance
Duncan Mackay and ancient warrior descended from the Tuatha De Danann. Duncan and his brothers are half human half fae. They have been given mystical powers and are guardians of ancient powerful relics. But Duncan's sister Margaret is killed by Duncan's sword on the scared grounds of the Standing Stones. This causes all of the brothers guardian of the Dragons and relics to be taken away and them scattered throughout the land. But the Guardian tells Duncan that there is a way for him to get his relic sword back through time and love.
Modern day: Brigid O'Neil is an antic dealer who finds old relics and antics. She is sent a mysterious Sword with a dragon on it with Celtic ancient words written on it. The note says she must return the sword to it owner. After further study investigation of when and were to take the swords Brigid whines up in Scotland guided there by a fae and she is plummeted back in time to 1205 were she meets Duncan the owner of the sword. Duncan recognizes his sword but know it has to be given back to him from Brigid. So they travel together waiting for the proper moment for her to give him back the sword, she will know when the time is right. Duncan and Brigit fall in love. But Duncan is still unable to forgive himself for his sisters death.
I like both the tortured hero Duncan and Modern day Brigid the made a very good couple. They had a hot sexy and sensuous relationship going on. It pretty erotic but not to many sex scenes just enough to say they were erotic. I like the scene were Brigid is told her family linage the O'Neill's are the first clan descended from the fae.
The story is good but lacks cohesiveness. It drag at times. The World building of the Fae is excellent and the characters are well written. I really enjoyed Dragon Knight's Sword!!
The narrator needs more practice with accents and female voices. Plot was a little weak for a time travel love story. It kept me entertained but I would not listen to it twice.
Avid reader time permitting. Love audio books as I can multitask, love being inserted into the time & place of story thru narrators accents.
I enjoyed listening as well as reading this book. You should be able to read my review on Amazon, but I will say that I thought the narrator did an excellent job. It's more difficult than one would think to actually narrate a book with a variety of characters and voices. Since you most like would not be able to do all in one sitting, if a slight repeat happens, it doesn't bother me personally, at all. (Not saying this one did, I honestly don't remember)
Most likely Duncan was my favorite character, but it's always difficult for me to try to pin it down to just one.
I enjoyed the entire book as well as the audio version.
Duncan because he learnt to forgave himself.
No. I can't get pass the female voice....if the storyline wasn't good I would have returned the book. He does the male voice extremely well though.
Yes, because there are so many great characters in the book not to.
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