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Claimed by the Warrior

Conquered Bride Series, Book 3
Narrated by: Antony Ferguson
Series: Conquered Bride, Book 3
Length: 7 hrs and 49 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (111 ratings)
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This Story Is Seductive

Publisher's Summary

A widower, Laird Torsten Mackenzie has worked long and hard to regain the respect his clan deserved after his older brother turned traitorous. Even in death Cathal's crimes remain a mar on Torsten's conscience. Setting aside his grief, Torsten devotes his life to his people and to his young, motherless daughter. When a rival clan attacks his lands unprovoked, he's determined to put them in their place once and for all. Marching on their gates, he's taken by surprise when Lady MacDonell steps through the opening instead of her wayward husband. Reacting impulsively, Torsten exacts his revenge by whisking her away.

Headstrong and fierce, Éabha MacDonell's true nature has been buried for six long years in a marriage that fills her with shame and that has kept her tucked in the shadows. But the death of her husband, and being forced from the only home she's ever known, brings freedom in a way she never imagined. It leaves her free to rediscover parts of herself she thought she would never behold again - her love of art, her desire for children. But most of all, she now feels the tug at her heart, the warmth of a secret glance, and the heat of a passionate embrace.

©2016 Eliza Knight (P)2016 Tantor

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Very worth reading

I really liked the interplay between the main characters. A very upstanding woman not aggrandize to speak her mind and a man willing to let her.

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A Raid That Backfires

You couldn't help but enjoy the enter-change and bantering between Torsten Mackenzie and Eabha MacDonell. Of course this turns out to be more and that's nice too.

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So romantic!

I was hesitant to read this because I don't always enjoy the kidnapping trope but I'm so glad I took the chance. This is a sweet, romantic book that I thoroughly enjoyed.

Yes, he kidnaps her but she is always free to leave. He literally leaves the doors open for her. But she is compelled to stay as their friendship and love grows.

Narration is perfect but Antony Ferguson is a real professional and it always shows. He has a broad range of voices and accents and it colors the story beautifully.

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It was ok

Entertaining but I don't think I'll listen to it a second time. The narrator really gets into saying "ye" instead of you and it can get pretty annoying.

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