When she was accidentally pushed into a wormhole, Allorah "Al" Maines never imagined she'd be thrown back in time, land at the feet of a gorgeous Highlander, and be taken as his prisoner. Al is awestruck by the savage Scot who chained her up in his dungeon. But once she emerges from her cell, she finds herself even more captivated by the roguish Highlander he's transformed into. He's an undeniably enticing manifestation of all her secret fantasies - ones she's tempted to explore. However, Al knows that passion fades and lust dies. Planning for a future on her own is the only way their story can end.
If all women in the 21st century were as stubborn as Allorah Maines, Keir MacCoinnach wept for the future of man. Nay, he despaired for them. She's utterly obtuse, difficult, aggravating...and quite possibly the most fascinating woman he's ever met. Keeping her in his bed and in his heart is the key to a life of love and joy. But can Keir convince Al to share that life with him before she walks away forever?
Contains mature themes.
©2015 Angeline Fortin (P)2016 Tantor
It comes a time when you have to choose between listening to audible or going to bed.
The was my second fav in this Highlander series. The main charter is a scientist who is working on a time travel project that goes wrong. A great love story worth a credit with a good narrator
I really enjoyed this book because the story allowed the heroine to be a "modern" woman with all the baggage that comes along with it.
She doesn't have to hide that she is smart and is appreciated for her ways. Allorah and Keir butt heads but when he finally sees her as she is, he can't get enough of her. The narrator does a wonderful job making the characters come to life. This is totally worth the listen.
ive listened to three of her books read by k. potter. there are two i want to read in series but they are read by a man and im not sure if ill like them . potter has the best accent
"REaders must do at least do some research on pronunciations so requiired."
if books are going to be narrated, someone should take the trouble t check the pronunciation of dislogue being used. "as may be pronounced as "I" on Latin but not as part of any Scottish dialect.
do try to check up before you read. TO a Scot it was dreadful!
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