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Dragon Knight's Medallion

Narrated by: Ewan MacRae
Length: 10 hrs and 23 mins
Categories: Romance, Fantasy
4 out of 5 stars (62 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

To right a wrong, two souls are brought together only to shatter when they are torn apart by the deeds of an evil druid. Dragon Knight Stephen MacKay's powers are altered after the death of his sister. Now he is plagued with visions that threaten to destroy his soul. When Aileen Kerrigan falls through a time tunnel, he vows to keep her safe, despite the fact the beautiful but head-strong half-blooded fae could be the death of him. When Aileen finds out her dad is a Fenian Warrior, she flees to a nearby ruin. Armed with the medallion her mother gave her, and a matching one belonging to a long dead knight, she is flung into the past and finds a handsome but surly warrior who is on a quest. Now it seems her future could be entwined with his, if she doesn't kill him first.

©2014 Mary Morgan (P)2015 Mary Morgan

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Talk about a long distance relationship. 800 yrs.

Aileen and Stephen
This is the second in the series and it was just as good as the first. I really like the premise of today's woman traveling back in time to right history and finding love. The setting of Scottland is always wonderful and a narrator with a great brogue makes it all the better. 

Aileen's father and mother moved from Scottland when she was small. Now, after her mother's death, her father has returned leaving her in the US. Suddenly he demands that she and the rest if the small family come immediately back as he has something to tell her.

That information draws her back in time to help a Dragon Knight and his brothers in a battle against an evil that separated them all those years ago. When they meet it is instant combustion and a battle to keep apart until they can't. But will they be able to live through the fight with the evil and save not only themselves but the people the have come to care about and save as well.

Will time keep them together or tear them apart?

A great read, romance, and a strong recommendation from me.


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Great story

I loved the premise of this story and even though Aileen's and Steven's story was great, Aileen was very annoying imo. She blamed everyone for not telling her things but whenever someone tried to tell her something she ran from the truth or did not completely listen to what they were trying to tell her. Once again, I love this series. Aileen just rubbed me the wrong way and I kind of ended up skipping through parts to avoid her nonsense only to have to go back if I missed something. Great story. Just wish the heroine was a little more sensible.

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Captivating!

This series is well written with so many characters that you cannot help but get attached to. The story lines are well developed and have you wanting to keep listening to find out how all the characters were going to make out. I really enjoyed this second book of the series. The author had my heart reaching out to both Stephen and Aileen and brought tears to my eyes more than once. I highly recommend this book and am looking forward to listening to book 3. Ewan MacRae does a good job narrating.

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highlands come to life

I've loved reading the book and now being told the story it's even better, I can close my eyes and listen as I'm swept away to the Highlands

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  • DMR
  • Sacramento, CA USA
  • 02-29-16

A wondrous story brought to life

I have read this book before, and believe the story stands on its own. However, it was brought to life by Ewan MacRae. The bardic tale is interpreted in such a way that the words are brought to life. The world is rich, the voices a joy to hear. I thought it couldn't get any better as Lachlan's evil was brought to life. The bishop was brought into sinister reality, and of course the love story was beautifully portrayed. I fell in love with Aileen as she wished on the dandelion fluff and reveled as her relationship with Stephen strengthened. Their first meeting is a joy to read, as I enjoyed Stephen's humorous response to his "Fae".

Prepare for a treat. My only request: the next story narrated by Ewan MacRae.

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Pure magic

I'm a big fan of Ms.Morgan's work & I couldn't believe that it would be possible for it to get any better or that anything could improve upon my this experience of one of her stories...But Mr.MacHaes ability to move smoothly between descriptive storytelling to Characters narrative was amazingly done. Mr.MacHae as narrator was perfection, I loved his accent & his voice brought a favorite tale of my to life... This was a journey of pure magic & joy. This was a perfect telling of a wonderful tale...It would be a mistake not to give this a listen.

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  • Cyndy
  • California
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GREAT EVENT FILLED HISTORICAL ROMANCE

Narrator good for this type of series have never really listened to him other than this .
Love this author puts together great facts in a worderful romance. Keep them coming looking forward to listening to more.

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Stephan's tale

Order of the Dragon knights series. This tale brings us Stephen MacKay's tale with Aileen as they solve the mystery of her past and altered present. Another keeper not to be missed.

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The Narration was annoying

I actually ended up not finishing this book because the narrator was so annoying. I could not get past it. The fake Scottish accent and the fake deep voice, made this almost impossible to listen to. I went as far as I could because the story is actually good. But I think I will get the book in hard copy. It would actually be better to listen with out any accents than that mess.

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Worth listening too

I loved the first book and the series but the narration and director of this book was very hard to listen to! So bad I looked at the rest of the series to make sure they had different performers

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  • Maria Tippett
  • 07-09-18

Awful narration

I loved Mary Morgan’s series on the Dragon Knights. But gods bones this narrator really was dreadful. The romantic sections I skipped because the narrator really handled it badly, sounded more like a lecherous old man ugh. I cannot give the stars I would normally give Mary because I hated this audio book. Thank goodness I can read it.