There goes the bride...
She's cautious, careful - and about to lose control of her future to a marriage of inconvenience. So, what can reluctant bride Katie McAuley do? Easy - let a modern-day prince charming spirit her away for a month to his Scottish castle. There she can take refuge from her overbearing family and finally figure out what she really wants. But the more Katie sees of Graham McLeod, the harder it's getting to keep their arrangement strictly business....
As McLeod clan leader, Graham had always placed duty to his heritage and people before everything else. Now with Katie as his "betrothed", he's finally satisfied a ridiculously outdated marriage pact to wed a McAuley descendant, letting him focus on more pressing matters, like preventing a ruthless relative's takeover of his home island. If he could just keep Katie's courage and honesty at arm's length, not to mention their all-too-sizzling attraction....
©2010 Donna Kauffman (P)2014 Audible Inc.
It just went on an on about the same things and then you would get a small ray of hope and then nothing.
more action not repetitive
The narrator did a good job with what she had to work with
Fall to sleep
This could of been a great story that's why I keep listening hoping it would pick up
I haven't read the print version but I would probably have liked it better.
She has a very pleasant voice and a slight Scottish accent. Unfortunately there aren't individual characters. She as the same accent no matter who is speaking....male/female, American/Scott. There were a few times that I lost who was speaking.
But it's not bad enough not to listen to. I do plan to pick up the others as well. It wasn't bad I just find it easier to listen to if character voices are established then I don't loose my place.
I did love the story. Here you had a Scottish hunk who was essentially a book nerd/professor type person who had to get married or loose his place as laird. The story developed rather nicely. I'll pick up the next one.
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