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Highland Riches

Scottish Highland Romance
Narrated by: Emily Beatrice Goss
Length: 1 hr and 47 mins
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Alastair, laird of Edinburgh, would not forgive any debts owed to his lairdship and clan. Those who could not repay met the wrath of Alastair.  

When Gordon, father of four beautiful daughters, was forced to beg the laird for money to purchase cattle and provide a better life for his daughters, Alastair agreed and set a timeline for repayment.  

When things go horribly wrong and Gordon cannot repay the laird, Alastair requests Gordon's youngest daughter, Morna, until Gordon is able to pay back the loan. Scared of the ruthless laird and heartbroken she is now a prisoner in the laird's castle, Morna vows to escape. She would rather risk death than spend another minute with the laird.  

When Alastair's feelings begin to change for Morna, she begs him to let her go back to the family she loves. When he refuses, she plots her escape. But a terrifying secret is about to erupt that will change Alastair's and Morna's lives forever. Can they survive this deadly plan?

©2018 Blair Keith (P)2018 Blair Keith

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lMore like a plot summary than a book.

There is little to recommend this book. The author did not bother with character development, ancillary characters, or even dialog. I stuck it out to the end. but would not get another by this author. The narrator did not have a lot to work with, but the sing song narration style felt like someone reading a really boring bedtime story to a very young child. A totally disappointing read