Bound to the Highlander

The Highland Chiefs, Book 1
Narrated by: Jim Cassidy
Length: 8 hrs and 37 mins
Categories: Romance, Historical
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Aileana Chattan suffers a devastating loss then discovers she is to wed neighboring chief and baron, James MacIntosh - a man she despises and whose loyalty deprived her of the father she loved. Despite him and his traitorous clan, Aileana will do her duty, but she doesn't have to like it or him. But when the MacIntosh awakens something inside her so absolute and consuming, she is forced to question everything. 

James MacIntosh is a nobleman torn between tradition and progress. He must make a sacrifice if he is to help Scotland move forward as a unified country. Forced to sign a marriage contract years earlier binding Lady Aileana to him, James must find a way to break it, or risk losing all - including his heart. 

From the wild and rugged Highlands near Inverness to the dungeons of Edinburgh Castle, James and Aileana’s preconceptions of honor, duty, and love are challenged at every adventurous turn.

©2014 Kate Robbins (P)2018 Kate Robbins
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Perfect!

I’ve read 5 or 6 books in this same genre... Scottish, Highlanders, Lairds, etc. This book is by far my favorite so far. I’m excited continue to read the rest of the series. I wasn’t sure at first about the male narrator but grow to really enjoy his voice. He had a thick accent so had to listen on slower speed to catch all the details. Excellent book!

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