Lady Eilis Dunbarton's life undergoes a drastic change with the death of her cousin, Agnes. Now she's faced with the disagreeable prospect of marrying the man who was to be her cousin's husband. Not by a change of contract, though. Instead, by deceit - pretending to be her cousin. But if her husband-to-be discovers she's not really Agnes, her life is forfeit. So what choice does Eilis have but to flee?
When Laird James MacNeill's clan rescues a half-drowned lass from the sea, there is speculation she is of the enemy clan, especially since she doesn't remember her own name. James is immediately enticed with the lady, but his focus must remain on finding the proper bride. For if he does not wed soon, he must give up his holdings to one of his younger brothers.
Focus slips away with each day Eilis is close, and James finds himself contemplating the thought of taking her to wife without knowing her true identity.
But how dangerous would the end result be?
And what will happen if Eilis's husband-to-be comes looking for her only to find her in the arms of another man?
©2007 Terry Spear (P)2012 Vinspire Publishing
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I read the other reviews before I listened to this book so I was expecting it to be terrible but I thought is was good. It was a sweet simple feel good story....and there is nothing wrong with that. I also didnt mind the narrator. I thought her voice fit the story. To each his own I guess.
I love Highland books but I found this one soooooo slow - I had to double speed it to get through it. Didn't like the narrator either and I think it may have been better with a much more skilled person reading it.
Worth a credit? Na - save it for a better one.
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The narration was perfect for this story. This romance novel delivered a good tail without getting too over done as romance novels tend to do. The story reflected the place and time well,
Good historical novels have some of the best elements in this book.
The narration was essential to the story. Reading instead of hearing would be much less of an experience,
No. It was just a nice experience.
Kudos to the narrator.
The story is good and exciting but the narrator seemed to be rushing to speak. It was hurried and made me feel like I needed to take a breath just from listening! The accents were bad, I certainly have heard worse! If you can get past the narration its good.
No - the performance was truely excruciating.
The aspects of highland life she chose to show - least was the all too obvious foreshadowing.
sure, there are some good characters and situations that I can easily see readers wanting to follow if they can get past the performance in the first book. Maybe if she re-released it with a new narrator. I am far more tolorant than many and I still couldn't accept this performance.
The only reason I didn't return this book was because there wasn't anything wrong with the story just the reading of it. Although I doubt I will ever listen to it again.
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