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When a red-haired woman tries to steal Sir Gybbon Murray's horse on his journey back to the Murray stronghold, he thanks his lucky stars his horse is a rude lout - and that the pretty thief is not so injured that she can't tell her tale. He's no nursemaid to delicate lasses, but Mora Ogilvy is fleeing her ruthless cousins, fearing for her life. And when she tells him of the home they've taken from her and the man they say she murdered, Gybbon cannot let such injustice stand....  

Mora's pride demands she take back her lands, but not by risking the lives of this handsome, wicked knight and his family. Still, she needs to recover from her wounds, and staying close to Gybbon in his brother's keep is a seductive solution. 

A few weeks at his side will be a sweet memory for her when she returns to fight her own battles. Except the depth of her cousins' treachery - and the fierceness of Gybbon's love - may turn her own heart against her plans....

©2018 Hannah Howell (P)2018 Tantor

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Awful Narration

This is a good book but I HATE when names change Seymour and Divideland. Became new names. It stinks...

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Okay narrator

Great story but the narration almost ruined it. Please bring Angela Dawe back! I don’t know if I can listen to another story read by this narrator

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Blah (Narration)

Would've been 5's across the board but as books should, they take you away from the now and relax a person. The narrator on this book is different from the first 21 books which i loved. With the 21 books prior , the narrator kept me entertained and had my attention. I have an active imagination and put faces to the characters. The characters of this book (22) sounded dull and all sounded as if they were mentally slow. I listen to books back and forth to work, a long commute and generally love the ride home, with book 22 i had to turn the book off numerous times and actually almost fell asleep. The book has a good story but this narrator made me waste money. I truly hope there is a book 23 to continue on with telling the stories of past characters but PLEASE find a different narrator.

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horrible narration

bring back Angela Dawe. I found this story hard to listen to because this narrator was all wrong...wrong accent, wrong attitude.

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Oh well

I wanted to hear all the Murray family books so I pushed thru this one. The story was great and entertaining BUT the narration was the worst!! So disappointed. The woman who narrated all the others was easy and smooth. Unfortunately Ruth not so much. Felt like every word was a struggle. Too bad. Wanted to end on a high note. It was all I could do to reach the end.

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The worst one!

Why change the narrator in the last book! I didn't know and places and people from the other books due this person's pronunciation of the names.

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The narrator was a disappointment

For the previous 21 books, there was one narrator, for some reason a different narrator was brought in on this one and it was not a good choice. This narrators “voices” seemed to be “forced” rather than coming smoothly as the previous narrators “voices”. The really bothersome part for me was a characters name was pronounced differently- in the previous books, Sigimor was pronounced Seymour, then suddenly in this book his name is pronounced Sigamore... for me, that was like nails on a chalkboard, especially when combined with the “forced” voices. I loved all the previous 21 books, but this one did not come close to them because of the narrator, the story was great, just not the narrator.

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Narration is terrible!

So disappointed with the narrator's performance. Very difficult to listen to the book. Ruins the story. Please do better Audible.

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Hard to listen to.

I did not like the way this book was written. The characters were all wrong.

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jarring renaming of characters

Enjoyed the story but had to struggle to remember who some of the characters were as narrator changed the pronunciations of most of their names. The frequency pronouncing of Sigimor as Sycamore for example, I would only just realized who she was talking about most times when she spoke of the spouse of the characters, like Jolene. I enjoy books that create a continuing world of stories 3-20 books whatever, but sometimes when a new narrator takes over, they can really diminish the tale.