Once, Arianna Murray Lucette believed that she'd met the man she could always rely on. She was wrong. Now she is fleeing for her life, and when her enemies attack a ship bound for her only refuge, she believes that all hope is lost - until she awakens on Scotland's shore to a pair of the most entrancing blue eyes she has ever seen. When Sir Brian MacFingal first spots the sun-streaked beauty on the beach, he mistakes her for dead. Soon, however, he discovers a woman who is more full of life and vitality than he ever dreamed possible. But though he knows he is fit to defend her life - even at the risk of losing his own - can such a raw warrior as he ever be worthy of her love? Contains mature themes.
©2012 Hannah Howell (P)2014 Tantor
"This fast-paced addition to the Murray clan chronicles is loaded with action as two people with demons help each other slay them. The strong prose and well-drawn backdrop, along with recurring characters adds just the right touches to more than satisfy Howell's legion of fans." ---RT Book Reviews
Well worth the money. Hannah Howell is one of my favorite authors her stories are always interesting. This isn't my favorite book but it is definitely a good one.
I am quiet and love being comfortable. I love curling up in a corner either reading or listening to a nice romantic book.
I know this is the second to last book in this series so far but really hope they are more to come because the Murray, McFingal, Campbell, Drummond, etc families have grown so much that we can add more upon more upon more stories. Really liked this one, but also wanted to pummel the hero for this stupidity and was horrified to think he was willing to make love to Arianna but let her go to a "man worthy of her". Some men are so damn stupid it's ridiculous. Oh well on to book 19.........
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I enjoy the Highland books and this book did not disappoint. I had a couple of small issues with the book, however. I felt the author did a little overkill on describing Ariana's marriage. My other issue is with the narrator, Angela Dawe. I try to avoid any book that has her as a narrator. When she is not speaking for one of the characters there just is no inflection in her voice. I have my favorites and she is not one of them.
I enjoyed listening toy first audio book of Hannah Howell's The Murray's series. I will now start listening from book one on.
I love each and every one of these stories. I can't wait for the next one...thank God there are several more Murray Men! Keep them coming. Angela Dawe is just wonderful with the narration of these stories. Is the next one ready yet?? hahaha
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