• Leith

  • A Dark Scottish Mafia Romance (Mountain Men)
  • By: Jane Henry
  • Narrated by: Michael Pierce
  • Length: 8 hrs and 8 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (110 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Cairstina Reilly was locked in silence when I found her. When I ravaged my way through weak men to save her. 

When I killed for her. 

Now, our fates are tangled together in a web of lies, danger, and betrayal. 

I have to take her hostage. Drag her from her silent, private world, and force her into mine. 

In my Clan’s enclave deep in the wild Scottish Highlands, no one will find us, and our secret will be safe....

But I’m not the only one with secrets. Cairstina thinks her silence will protect her. But only I can do that. 

And the sooner my bonnie lass learns to trust me, the sooner I can set her free from everything that’s held her captive....

Everything except me.

©2021 Jane Henry (P)2021 Jane Henry
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  • Categories: Romance

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Great new series

Leith is wonderful. Cairstina was great. Both characters were perfect together. The mute problem was done well. Story was picked up after Tully. So well written. Could not put it down.
Michael Pierce was fabulous. Did all parts so well. Accent was spot on and so sexy and so good between characters. Loved it enough to get the next 2 books, Mac and Tate.
Thanks for the great listen Jane Henry!!!!!😍

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mountain men from Scotland

love this book and can't wait to read book 2 I have readers this book 5 times

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Loved every moment!

I know some have found the main character's hardness to be off-putting. Like most people, he reacts too quickly and make assumptions but in the end he's a fantastic alpha male character with all the qualities that round him out. And the female lead is quite enduring. Oh, and I highly recommend the audiobook...the accent make it even better!!!

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Sexy narration for a heartwarming story❤️‍🔥❤️

This was such a refreshing, sexy story! Definitely NOT your typical mafia romance. Family loyalty, mystery, hunky alpha males and a witty, smart heroine created this 5-star book.

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Fun listen

I enjoyed listening to this book. I did receive a copy. I am leaving my honest review.

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HappyinIdaho

First-time reader of Jane Henry. The cover art caught my eye. The sample satisfied my ear. I listened for about 3 minutes, got a fresh cup of coffee and resumed the story. I listened to it straight through! The story was entertaining. The characters interesting. The sex good. I’ll buy the other 2 in the series. The narrator is EXCELLENT!

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Those gorgeous Scottish Highlands!

Who can't resist those Scottish Highlands? Leith was supposed to take over the clan now that his father stepped down and his older brother was killed. Not prepared, but ready to take on the responsibility, he is ready to do what it takes to protect those under him. So when Cairistina witnesses a murder by yours truly, he does what he needs to. He takes her captive to find out exactly what she saw. Little does he know the favor he is doing for her. Cairistina is mute, and now Leith is in for the surprise of his life. Just how much can she really say? What a fantastic story! Jane Henry delves into a relationship that isn't built on words, but on emotions gestures. These two have full conversations outside the texting, just with eye contact! It's full of exciting suspense, characters we know and love from the Dangerous Doms and a love story that has moved itself to my favorite of these mafia romances!

Michael Pierce definitely added a whole new dimension to the story with his fantastic Scottish brogue. I loved it! He brought depth and realism to the characters with each voice, easily distinguishable and made for hours of enjoyment!

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Exciting new series

I greatly enjoyed this first book of Jane Henry's new series. OMG, but I thought when I listened to Cairstina and especially Leith's inner thoughts about each other, they were some of the most romantic and heartwarming emotions I've ever listened to and I completely fell for both of them. Cairstina has only known abuse from her family but things are about to change when she sees Leith kill a rival clan member before that man kills Cairstina. She is taken prisoner so she can't indentify them to the officials. This begins their love story and a life Cairstina has never known. This story contains clan wars, a strong loving family, mistrust, revenge, and most of all love. Of course there are spankings and explosive love scenes.

Michael Pierce did an amazing job of conveying the emotions of these characters to the listener. He gave the characters their own distinctive voices and he was a pleasure to listen to and enjoy. I highly recommend this Audible book and I know that I'll be listening to it again.

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  • kate lucas
  • 04-02-21

Leith a story from the highlands

I enjoyed the story in whole but I much prefer the duel narration that I’m use to from a Jane Henry novel.
The structure of the story was good but not as long as many of her other books.
I’m glad I was able to understand theMichael Pierce’s ascent as the Scots ascent can be hard to understand at times. This will be interesting to see if other countries that speak English can understand as easily.

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  • Jenn Honor
  • 01-23-22

Awful

I tried, honestly I tried, but this book … Now, if you like ‘mountain man’ stories set in the US, you might like this book because it is just another rehashed story. If, however, you were looking for a story set in Scotland - don’t bother with this one. I would have thought that the author would have done SOME research into the setting of the book, but no - she gives great insights such as Inverness not being in the Highlands (guess that nickname of ‘the capital of the Highlands’ now has to go!); that the Highlands of Scotland are rumoured to be ‘unihabited’ (not sure where I was living then!); sets part of the story in the Catholic Inverness Cathedral (better inform the Protestant attendees!); that if you drive just outside Inverness you start to climb mountains that are so very steep your ears keep popping (I must have missed that road!). When the protagonists get to the ‘enclave’ where this ‘mafia’ family has lived for generations, it’s a log cabin with a porch surrounded by ‘chalets’ - hmmmm sounds just like something in the US! And that is the problem with this book - the author seems to have decided to jump on the Highlander bandwagon and written a book in a genre she is familiar with with scant regard for where she has set it other than a couple of ‘lasses’, ‘ayes’ and references to places in Scotland. For the love of God, if you are going to set a book in a particular time and/or place, have some respect and do some research.

A couple of comments I read praised the narrator for his Scottish brogue. He sounds like an American tourist doing a VERY bad Scottish accent, occasionally falling into more of an Irish accent, and sometimes just not bothering. In his defence, however, he does a great job of narrating the story (but the garbled accent is hard to get past).

It’s a firm “ no” for me, and is the first book I have returned.