Meriel Schellden knows that marrying Craig McTiernay will strengthen the ties between their clans. She insists she is motivated by duty and responsibility, nothing more. But when a mere formality becomes a far from platonic kiss, Meriel must question where her true intentions lie. Though Meriel entices him far more than she realizes, Craig's commitments have always kept his passions restrained. But no sense of duty to his clan can make Craig forget the way Meriel's touch left him teased, tantalized, and desperate for more. Now, as a surprising rival contends for Meriel's affections, there has never been a better time to listen to what his heart has desired all along.
©2013 C. Michele Peach (P)2013 Tantor
"Sinclair's newest McTiernay book will make her previous readers roar with laughter and delight while newcomers will be thrilled as her writing reaches out to grab their attention, heart and soul." (RT Book Reviews)
Drama,danger,intrigue, or even a few surprises
there was nothing interesting about this story, I knew the ending from the beginning which would have been alright if it was exciting to get there
the narrator was the only good things she was great
I would have added some highlander excitement
this was a story about two people struggling with their before and after marriage relationship, it was boring. there was no danger,surprises, or even sword play, unless you call sharpening a sword, sword play. it's not fit to be called a highlander novel. don't waste your time or credit on this one.
The narrator sounded like she had a speech impediment and her tone was monotonous for approximately 60% of the book. She didn't liven up until near the end. It made the listening unbearable.
The leading lady was definitely my favorite character.
I did not enjoy the narrator AT ALL.
I thought that the story was awesome. The characters had a lot of charm and wit. I will probably try to purchase the book and read it. I just didn't enjoy the audiobook because of the narrator.
Love to read!
The first half of this book focused on a "plot" to get the two main characters together through manipulation. The second half centered on how messy they were which made it difficult to get along. There were some boring intimate encounters thrown that I had to just fast forward through after the first. There were so many brothers, sisters, and other characters that it was very confusing at the beginning to even figure out who the story was supposed to about. The only reason I didn't give it 1 star is because I actually managed to listen to the whole thing.
I don't like Anne Flosnik's narrations. This book was weak compared to others by Michele Sinclair. Was just ok.
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