Piper's hot Highlander is back from the 18th century, desperate to save her life. It seems he might have had something to do with the reason she's in danger, but every time she tries to get a straight answer, he distracts her with what's under his kilt. Never to be parted again, they have to return to the past together.
Can Piper use her ancestor's spell without succumbing to its darkness? And will Sam and Evie ever get engaged?
Contains mature themes.
©2013 Cassidy Cayman (P)2015 Tantor
The narrators Scottish accent was horrible! she would go in and out from Scottish to Russian is what it sounded like. The book and storyline is good. just didn't like the accent. It would throw me off.
I think I might have liked the story but I could not get past the sound of the narrator
to possibly read but not listen to due to the narrator
A different narrator! The way she tried to change the characters voices was horrible! Just listening to any of the story at all was extremely hard.
I read the first book of the series narrated by the same person and I had a very hard time getting past the narrator's voice but the story was good, I really did not realize this was the same narrator or I never would have purchased it.
I would love to read the book as I think it was probably a good story, However, due to an eye sight problem I can no longer read, that is why I do the audible. I have wrote the narrators name on a "do NOT buy" list. I have a list of narrators that I will buy nearly everything they have done and a list of narrators never to listen to again
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