Highland Dawn

Druids Glen, Book 3
Narrated by: Ruth Urquhart
Series: Druids Glen, Book 3
Length: 8 hrs and 17 mins
Categories: Romance, Historical
4.5 out of 5 stars (182 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

An immortal with unanswered questions....

The immortal Dartayous, a powerful Druid Warrior, is given one mission - keep Moira alive to fulfill the prophecy. But with each passing day the burning desire he feels for her eats away at the wall surrounding his heart.

A Druid priestess in search of a key....

Moira Sinclair must find the key to enter the Realm of the Fae, but once she enters the sacred realm, secrets she has kept buried rise and force her to see herself for what she really is. Will the beautiful and commanding king of the Fae win her heart? Or will Dartayous finally claim her as his own?

©2017 DL Grant, LLC (P)2017 Tantor

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good story, narrator Mediocre

Narator had odd fluctuation to her voice, less of a performance and more of a reading. not horrible.

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Excellent! Best of books 1-4.

I had hoped as I read book 1 2 and 3, and progressively each one was better, that book 4 would be the best and it didn't disappoint. Worth waiting for. A solid mixture of romance, adventure and mysticism. I am glad I stuck with the series. I look forward to book 5.

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Redemption and love

This book of the three I have read/heard of this series caused me great emotional feelings. I cried through parts of it and others I smiled in frustration at how stubborn Dartayous and Moira are. They really do deserve each other.

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Excellent overall

Donna Grant poses the most wonderful storyline and explaining into detail the Wonderful Aspects of the Main Characters, including the secondary that’s part of the Series. She’s definitely a Epic Storyteller!!

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The eldest of sister

This is the third in the Druid Glen series and is connected to the Shield and the Royal Chronicles by Mystic Trinity (formally known as Dragonfyre). This book was enjoyed via Audible Escape. Moira is the eldest of three sisters of a 300-year-old prophecy. Raised by druids, this sister is in search of a key. She has been in love with immortal and mysterious Dartayous since she was a child. She however the object of desire for the villain. Will she complete her destiny and fulfill the prophecy? Who will win her heart?

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Highland Dawn Book 3

Excellent narration by Ruth Urquhart. Definitely a 5 Star performance! Another amazing book/audiobook by Donna Grant. Grant and Urquhart make a wonderful team producing awesome audio books for their fans.

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Why are these sisters so dumb?

It’s as if they are intentionally ignorant and willing to misinterpret everything their “mates” say to them. Moira is almost as bad as Fiona. She knows that the evil one is strong and has taken over all the fae but somehow she can’t believe in a man who has always been there for her but now she is so capable she leaves him behind in order to save the day when she has no ability to do it on her own. I think I really hate Moira. She was so calm and smart in the other books now she’s stupid why is she listening to the evil voice in her head and bathing in the empty city. Isn’t she wondering where everyone is? Ugh she a dolt

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