She was ready to let her heart run wild....
Merry Stewart has had enough! Enough of her brothers, whose behavior would make even the most improper lady blush. Enough of their Highland home, which would surely have fallen to ruin were it not for her. She dreams of escaping into the arms of her betrothed, Alexander d'Aumesbery-even though they haven't yet met. But when they do, Merry is devastated. It seems he's no better than the men in her family.
So beautiful, so brazen . . . From the moment he meets Merry, Alexander is determined to make her his. Desperate to convince her he's nothing like the members of her roguish clan, he will prove he is every bit the well-mannered gentleman. Yet, beneath it all beats a heart as intense and uncontrollable as hers. And finally, when his life is threatened, Merry realizes he's the husband she's been waiting for . . . and their passion becomes the one thing that cannot be tamed.
©2010 Lynsay Sands (P)2010 HarperCollins Publishers
Don't know why fabulously famous authors pick horrible narrators. Skip this one on audio and read it on you're kindle or buy the paperback. Not worth wasting a credit on this one.
I was able to speed up the narration but then it seemed to fast. The story was exciting and it kept my interest. A great book would have been better but a good book is better then a bad book.
the story is good, full of humor and some of how we relate to each other as human beings. Set in the past middle ages in the Scottish Highlands. It also has some mystery and suspense to it. A good read or listen. I read the book and also purchased it on audio as I liked it so well.
a little more life in her reading would have improved things considerably. interactions between characters was good but in between could have had more life to it.
I laughed a lot throughout the book.
The book itself had a good story line and the main characters were bold and smart. However the narrator was the worst yet. Her monotone voice ruined the story for me. I will not listen to another book by anyone with her as the narrator!
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