Sent on a dangerous mission into the shadowy world of the Druids, Galen must find a powerful ancient relic to defeat the enemies of Castle MacLeod. But what he discovers is far more powerful - and far more dangerous. A Druid lass whose beauty is as spellbinding as any magic....
Reaghan is the most enchanting woman Galen has even met - and the most enigmatic. She alone is immune to his mind-reading gifts. He alone makes her feel safe and secure. But Reaghan holds a secret power deep inside her that could destroy them both. And if Galen hopes to hold this captivating woman in his arms every night, he must defeat the darkness that draws closer around her every day....
©2011 Donna Grant (P)2012 Tantor
"An adventurous, sensuous, and highly moving romance that is impossible to put down." (Romantic Times)
I have been so into this series that I've listened to them one after the other - and that's a lot of time to invest in a series but I haven't been disappointed at all. They are all a perfect merging of the paranormal historical romantic and supernatural.
I've said it all before in my other reviews of the previous books in the series but just to recap - brilliant paranormal characters, sexy delicious HHW (hunky highland warriors), awesome and exciting sensuous plot and lots of sub plots that is well written and well narrated.
They do get slightly repetitive if you listen to them back to back like I have but this way I don't forget what's what and who's who and they are all sooooo de lish ous. All the books seem to have the same basic theme - Warrior falls for woman but he fights his attraction until 'something' hits the fan - however, each book has so much more too as they take the story further along to it's final ending (whenever that is).
Worth a credit? I have now spent 5 credits and I don't regret any of them - so that would be a YES.
The Narrator, Sorry Anthony, I guess Im spoiled with Phil G.
Sorry, just couldn't get into the story line with the narrator, He wasn't bad, its just that I much prefer Phil G. as a narrator, so much more realistic!
Hands down, yes. The characters are so varied and complex. And the dynamics of their interactions are extremely entertaining.
When Reaghan and the Druids go to McLeod castle, and then all hell breaks loose.
I liked it when Reaghan started teasing Galen about his eating habits. :P
I still think this is a great series and love all the mini-plots and the complicated web that Donna Grant has created but I am getting to the point where I need some more action with the overall story or something!
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