Years ago while vacationing in Scotland, Katherine St. Claire believed she'd found the love of her life. She shared a night of passion with a stranger, in a hotel castle called Duncreag. But come morning, her lover had disappeared. And she has spent the last eight years trying to convince herself it was all a dream...
Living in the 15th century, Iain Mackintosh remains haunted by the memory of his greatest love. Eight years ago, she disappeared, leaving behind a cairngorm earring as the only evidence of her existence. Iain's family wants him to stop pining for this fantasy woman and submit to a sensible marriage. But Katherine suddenly returns to him and reveals to him where - and when she's from...
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I stopped listening at chapter 10, maybe the story would have improved but the narrator was incredibly bad. He was not able to carry male and female voices. I might get the book and finish the book. If this is the start of a trilogy please change the reader.
Predictable and so bad I couldn't even finish
Do NOT use the phrase "her world shattered into a million tiny pieces". Seriously? Is the best you can come up with.
I don't care much for men narrating romance books
The only criticism I have is that details were missing from the writing. like how did Jeff get Kittie back to New York when she was in the coma. things like that. how did the doctors revive her? did she bring the book back with her that jogged her memory. did her other possessions survive the trip back in time. etc. looking forward to reading the rest of the trilogy. really like the narrator on this book. usually men don't do so well. but he was great.
I loved the story! it was a parallel to Outlander in several areas, with lots of people who had the same names, but I did enjoy the story.
I will be listening to the other two.
a creative consumer
Too predictable & simple, especially after being immersed in Diana gabaldons more complicated plots and characters. Maybe good for 12-14 yr old girls.
Unlike most of the dramatic action in most romances, where the protagonists don't talk honestly leading to conflict, in this series they actually tell each other and their family and friends the truth and work it out
enjoyed listening to this book and meeting the characters . Liked the history of the 1500 century which is the time period that this book takes place. good narration by Road Pendleton.
A nice story that is slow to get moving but has a lot more action in the second half. Characters are OK hero is likeable heroine character could have been developed more. Narrator does get a bit annoying with doing female voices badly a female narrator would have been better!
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