They call him the Devil.... He is the most notorious laird of Scotland: fierce, cold, deadly...and maybe even worse. Yet Evelinde has just agreed to wed him. Anything, she thinks, is better than her cruel stepmother. Though Evelinde should be wary of the rumors, she can't help but be drawn to this warrior...for the Devil of the Highlands inspires a heat within her that is unlike anything she has ever known.
Thought the story is fun, the narration is just about the very worst I've ever heard. It's like being read to by a depressed Scottish Eeyore... slow,..Show More » monotone, and over-enunciated in weird ways. Made me want to scream.« Show Less
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.
Light funny listening, mystery subplot that doesn't over power. It takes a while to get used to the narrator but after listening I really did like her..Show More » heavy scottish accent. « Show Less
Lady Averill Mortagne learned to control her fierce temper as a young girl. But if her father insists on parading her before one more English lord who looks askance at her flame-colored hair, she'll simply scream! Her only respite is the time she spends with Kade Stewart, the wounded Scot her brother brought home from the Crusades. Who could have imagined a Highland warrior would be the only gentleman around?
I loved this one. It had twists and turns that you never saw coming. There was just enough romance and intrigue. If you have any of the other Highl..Show More »ander books you must get this one too!!« Show Less