Cursed with immortality, Dermot MacKay craves death. To lift the faerie curse placed upon him and his men over 1,600 years ago, he must return the soul of his reincarnated wife to the exact place and time of her murder. But her soul is currently residing in the very modern Sidney St. George - and first he has to convince her to accompany him to Scotland.
Sidney doesn't believe Dermot's wild claims of immortality and rebirth, yet she cannot deny that she is drawn to the sexy Scot. Nor can she explain the sense of deja vu his touch elicits. Desperate for answers, she agrees to go with him, only to learn too late that to help the man she loves is to lose him forever….
©2011 Barbara Longley (P)2011 Audible, Inc.
Mom, cupcake froster at local gourmet shop, and avid listener to books while doing said frosting or housework. True audiobook addict!
This book is a light "listen" but good entertainment. I would recommend it to anyone wanting to read something that's not heavy or make you feel down trodden.
The narrator does an amazing job with her Scottish accent (at least to these American ears) and in bringing the characters to life in your mind's eye. I found myself being able to picture the entire story clearly in my mind as I listened. I certainly would listen to anything she has read.
Very impressed with the Audio version, Chloe Campbell really brought the characters to life.
I wish this had been a series it was so good. Loved Dermot and Sidney. Hated Aine. Great story of immortal Highlanders, and I do love Highlanders. I've never read this author before but I intend to see what else she has to offer. Lots of dialogue and some great sex. What more could you ask for?
The narrator did a spectacular job.
intriguing story about the immortal gods of old that live on another plain messing in the lives of fragile little humans. love wins out in the end, of course. The narrator was good. this was a nice little story that connected the past with the present. It was worth buying.
"If they would only listen!"
The lead couple's inability to stop flouncing off in anger and finish important conversations was the most irritating thing in this book. I got this book after reading and loving the Loch Moigh series but I think the quality of that series is far superior. I did like how Longley ran Zoe and Sydney's love stories together though. Great way to fill in the background info
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