Originally published in the collection Highland Winds, The Scrolls of Cridhe Volume 1.
Does he hate her clan enough to visit his vengeance on her? Or will he listen to her secret and his own heart's yearning?
Hatred lives and breathes between medieval clans who often don't remember why feuds began in the shadowed past.
But Eoin MacKay remembers.
He will never forget how he was treated by Bhaltair MacNicol - the acting head of Clan MacNicol. He was lucky to escape alive, and vows to have revenge.
Years later, as laird of Clan MacKay, he gets his chance when he captures Lady Fiona MacNicol. His desire for revenge is strong but he is beguiled by his captive.
Can he forget his stubborn hatred long enough to listen to the secret she has kept for so long? And once he knows the truth, can he show her she is not alone and forsaken? In the end, is he strong enough to fight the combined hostilities and age-old grudges that demand he give her up?
©2014 Ceci Giltenan/Susan Cusack (P)2015 Ceci Giltenan/Susan Cusack
Avid reader time permitting. Love audio books as I can multitask, love being inserted into the time & place of story thru narrators accents.
I have often recommended this series to others. It's a really enjoyable audio book!
Any of the other books in this series would well compare to this one . Writing, plot & characters are excellently done and the narration is was very enjoyable.
I believe I liked how Paul Woodson portrayed Owen. I have enjoyed listening to several of Pauls books!
There were several moments in this book that touched me, but I can't narrow it down to one... that is just the grace with which Kathryn Le Veque writes!
Love listening to audio books while I'm doing jobs that require the use of my hands. I love the hands free, the narration S, hearing the variances in the voices and accents of characters. Love, love, love audible!
For some reason this book was in my library for a long time before I was inspired to listen. I think maybe it was the awful cover art that put me off. Eventually I got around to listening andI'm glad I did. It was short, but remarkably detailed and very well done.
NARRATOR:.Being my favorite "just for fun" genre makes me more attentive in some odd way and I think at first Paul Woodson put me off. He is VERY good... but it takes a little while to hear the story instead of him.
HEAT FACTOR: 2.5 of 5.
Too short for the $$. Good story. I supposed I must listen to this in order to stay up to speed if I want to listen series. Not sure I will.
More Character development would have made it MUCH better. It really felt rushed.
I'm going back to the Outlander series
It wasn't terrible
None. It made me feel NOTHING. That's not why I read/listen to highland romance novels. I WANT to FEEL something for the characters. This fell woefully short.
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