A daughter of the forest and loyal to no clan, Seana has been whispered to be a child of the faeries, but not even a little Gael magic can help her claim what she truly desires - a home and hearth...before it's too late for her ailing da.
Seana pins all her hopes on Broc Ceannfhionn, but Broc has eyes for another. To win Broc's heart, she strikes a bargain with Colin Mac Brodie - the biggest rogue in all of Scotia. Although Colin has already broken Seana's heart once, this time around he's powerless to resist the girl he once shunned. He finds himself where he never thought to be: on bended knee.
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Tanya Anne Crosby and Ewan MacRae are a successful and excellent combination.
There is little to say that is not a RAVE!
My one REAL Complaint is that this doesn't make sense as a stand alone book. The elements are there, and the information is presented yet it makes very little sense without the knowledge and ''experiences" contained in the previous books. I loved them all but omitting one or reading them out of order seriously subtracts from the experience knocking it from a 5 star to barely a 4 star. And it is such a shame to waste such a enjoyable journey.
NARRATOR: Ewan MacRae is the perfect person to deliver a great performance in this specific genre. His sexy brogue and Command of both male and female voices full of individuality and personality attest to that fact. Altho admittedly the female voices lack some femininity.
HEAT FACTOR: just warm... but that's okay!
I love to sew and read. Now I can do both at the same time!
Don't waste a credit. Even if you can get this book for free, don't waste your time. I'm a half hour in and I'll finishing it up by reading it. I can't even tell if it's a decent story or not. The first half hour is a horrible blur. I'll have to start over from chapter one.
And here's the thing. I think I've listened to this narrator before. I don't remember him being this bad.
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