A rogue for every lady…
London, 1817. Stuck in a Mayfair ballroom thanks to his love-struck brother, highlander Arran MacLawry wants nothing but a bit of distraction from an arranged betrothal, and a clever, auburn-haired lass in a vixen's mask promises just that - until he discovers that she's the granddaughter of the Campbell, chief of clan MacLawry's longtime rival. Despite their families' grudging truce, falling for fiery Mary Campbell is a notion too outlandish even for this Highlander.
The thrill of the forbidden…
Raised on tales of savage MacLawrys, Mary is stunned to realize that the impressively strapping man in the fox's mask is one of them. Surely the enemy shouldn't have such a broad chest and such a seductive brogue. It's not that her curiosity matters as any dalliance between them is strictly forbidden, and she is promised to another. But with the crackling spark between them ready to catch flame, love is worth every risk.
©2014 Suzanne Enoch (P)2014 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
Book one, "The Devil Wears Kilts" by Suzanne Enoch and narrated by Anne Flosnik what more can you ask for? Great story! Wonderful narration!5 stars!
Never thought twice about getting book 2 in the series "Rogue with a Brogue" with that combination.
Changed the narrator!!
Cannot tell you a thing about the story after 2 hours and 59 minutes in, Flora MacDonald, is THAT bad in this genre.
Could not get past her high pitch, sing-song narration to grasp even a thread of the story. Every person in the book has the same tone, pitch and gender. She may do very well at narrating children's fairy tales.
Book 3, "Mad, Bad, and Dangerous in Plaid" with Flora MacDonald as narrator? Ain't gonna happen.
The narrator was pretty bad. The characters lacked passion between them. I'm going to return the book. It may have been better with a different narrator but it's hard to tell.
Once again a so-so story has been totally destroyed by a poor narrator. This was just not for me at all.
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