She used to be mad about him...
High-spirited Rowena Mac Lawry has come to the Highlands after a spectacularly successful debut season in London and has made it painfully clear that she's outgrown her girlhood obsession with Lachlan Mac Tier. That's just fine with him, as he never had any intention of marrying the lass anyway! Yet how can he ignore the fact that the once rough-and-tumble Winnie has become a very fashionable - and incredibly desirable - young woman?
And now he's got it bad.
Brawny, rugged Lachlan is nothing like the aristocratic English gentlemen who pursued Winnie - with a passion - in London. Three months away was more than enough to show her a world infinitely more glamorous than untamed Highlands - and her beloved childhood crush. But now that she's decided to find a prospective husband with a bit more polish, could Lachlan finally appreciate her charms? And is it remotely possible to ignore the wild attraction she feels for him?
©2015 Suzanne Enoch (P)2015 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
I was a little disappointed with this story after falling in love with the first two. The first half was wonderful. Everything I expected of the big brothers best friend trope-which is a personal favorite, but the second half lost tension and then ultimately devolved into the same old tired kidnapping the heroine to force her into marriage plot. It took too long and just was't entertaining. Also I thought that making Ranulf the main conflict of the couple undermined his transition from the first two books. I love Bear but I don,'t think I want to pay to read his story if Ranulf is the conflict... again.
Worst male Scottish accent ever. Makes me hate the male character. Why even bother to try to do a brogue if you can't do it right... Just read the book deadpan. Ugh... Wanted to enjoy the book... It could have been sweet and cute and sexy but the men all sounded like total baffoons and very one dimensional..... Sigh.... Makes me wonder if the narrator hated men. Sigh... Could have been good but was not. Might or might not finish the book...
I cannot imagine anyone enjoying this narration. The only person would be one who cannot read the book and relies on narratives, and wants to continue listening to the series.
Not at all, that would be foolish. I just wont buy an Audible book by this narrator.
I have been through 3 books narrated by her and I will not listen to her again.
Audible narration by F. MacDonald ruined the book. Most importantly is her mispronunciation of 'Saccenach'. The voice characterization for each is widely inconsistent, and the grunting and groaning of the Scottish men's characters is painful. I realize the author overdid it on the Scottish broguing of the dialogue.
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