A brave fifteenth-century Highlander fiercely devoted to his foster family, Hunter of clan MacKintosh can defeat any man in battle. Thanks to his fae gifts, he can read the intent of his opponents and guess their next moves. But when the faerie Madame Giselle sends Hunter to the present day, he stumbles into a staged battle and rescues a young knight - only to discover that the knight is a woman, and she's anything but a damsel in distress.
Meghan McGladrey learned martial arts and sword fighting from her father, a time-traveling Highlander himself. To Hunter's surprise, Meghan is as skilled as any knight. When both of them are pulled back to the fifteenth century, Meghan becomes desperate to return to her time. Hunter, who is pledged to another, begins to fall for the beautiful, brave warrior as they fight side by side against a common enemy. Now, he must decide which matters more: his honor or following his heart.
Exciting battles and intoxicating passion reunite in the third novel of Loch Moigh from award-winning author Barbara Longley.
©2015 Barbara Longley (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
Now, down to business. If Phil Gigante is narrating a book you can bet it's a good one. After hearing him in the Dark Series all I can say is WOW! I'm in love with his voice. This book was much better than the second one. Although the second one was good. Hats off to having the right narrator.
Good Highland story. Phil Gigante is my favorite narrator I've ever heard. I have more than 600 books in my library.
This is the best narration of the series. Independent 24 year old woman is snatched from her family by Hunter the adopted son of a Scottish Lord.
Robust adventure, embroiled emotions, and passionate love combined with the magic of the Tuatha DE Danann creates the perfect story and conclusion to a fantastic trilogy. Barbara Longley gave us a wonderful storyline and Phil Gigante gave life to the characters with his sexy Scottish brogue and unique voices. I absolutely loved the whole trilogy and will be reading it again. I most definitely recommend this series, you won't be disappointed.
this was the best one yet. I hope there will be more. I sure love those highlanders. There are so many more that have potential. maybe some twins?
I started laughing right off the bat. It just struck me funny that a male’s member was called a “tarse” and his rear-end was called an “arse.”
Anyway, I’m glad this book is not 300 or 400 pages because there was a lot of angst already, and I do hate pages and pages of angst. I mean, really? Hunter wanted to marry Sky because he was concerned about his feelings for Meghan, afraid he can’t do his job if he’s constantly thinking of Meghan? The stupid angst lasted through the whole book but it was not so bad as to ruin the book because there was so much more going on.
I loved Hunter, despite his angst, and Meghan, because she was so kick-ass. I also liked Tieren, Allain, Sky and Aine. And it was nice seeing Malcolm and True, from True to the Highlander. As well as Robley and Erin, from The Highlander’s Bargain.
There is some great sex in this book so if you're not into that then find another book to listen to.
All three books were just wonderful time travel books.
I have to say that I don’t usually like male narrators but Mr. Gigante is just awesome. His women’s voices are spot on and our luscious hero, Hunter, has a voice you could only dream about whispering in your ear. I would not hesitate to listen to him again. Such a marvelous voice.
The narrator was great at male characters but the women (especially the romantic lead) sounded like drag queens. This made the whole thing cringeworthy and I was very glad when it was over.
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