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Nigel Murray saw through her masquerade from the start: a young woman trying to pass herself off as a page. It almost worked - until she was unmasked in battle with the English, at the point of a sword. Nigel recklessly saved the raven-haired beauty, whose secrets now endangered them both. He spirited her off to Scotland, determined to erase the terror he tasted in her kiss.

Gisele knew the dark side of men, having barely escaped the brutality of her highborn husband, Lord Deveau. Now, with Deveau murdered and a price on her head, she was every man's prey - hunted for a crime she did not commit. Nigel is her only refuge, a handsome stranger who challenged her with a fiery sensuality that burned all fear in its wake. But to truly trust him, Gisele must put the past behind her, and let her heart accept the simple truth... of his undying love.

©2010 Hannah Howell (P)2012 Tantor

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I want a highlander

Worth the credit plenty of adventures did not enjoy the end very much wanted more details after they finally get together.

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Narrator is bad

If there is a reader/performer of audio books who has a more annoying vocal pattern, I have never heard her. Angela Dawe's monotonous narration completely ruined an otherwise okay novel. I tried very hard to listen to the whole thing. I tried speeding it up. I tried slowing it down. Nothing worked. I gave up after falling asleep for the third time. Dawe's characterizations aren't bad; but unfortunately, it's not all dialogue. I'm ordering the book on my Nook.

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Murray Men, at it Again!

This is the 2nd book of the Highland Series featuring the Murray brothers,It's 7 years later as we learn what happened to Nigel since he left Donncoill after losing Maldie to his brother Balfour.
Nigel becomes a mercenary, offering his sword and fighting skills to any French lord who pays the most. But when he wakes up one morning to find himself sprawled in the mud, having spent all night boozing with no recollection of how he got there, he knew it was time for him to go home and face reality. While deep in thoughts, he hears voices and checks to see whom they belong to. He spots two people deep in conversation but knew instantly that the one dressed like a lad is a woman.

Gisele Deveau is a hunted woman. Falsely accused of the gruesome death (no really GRUESOME) of her wealthy husband, she has been running away for a whole year. When Nigel ends up saving her life, she knows that he is her only hope.

Realizing that Gisele's life is in extreme danger, Nigel is overcome with the need to protect her, especially when he learns that she is pretty much on her own. And although she fears men in general Gisele has little choice but to trust the man who has entangled himself in her troubles.

Little do they know that they would be faced with another trouble: that of their growing attraction to each other. Nigel is torn and confused about what he feels for Giselle who looks very much like Maldie, his sister in law - and the reason he left home in the first place. While Gisele is terrified to put her trust in another man after what she has experienced at the hands of her husband.

Gisele is a likable heroine, very similar to Maldie but with a sharper tongue. Both characters are strong and well-matched and as passionate as the first book's characters. I

The homecoming scene was one of my favourites

Great Series.
I am beginning book 3 about little brother Eric




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Not best narrator

I wasn't thrilled with this narrator, her "breathy" voice for men made them sound a bit like Marlon Brando from The Godfather. Her French accent wasn't much better.
Story itself was ok, too many "smiled faintly", "ending the intimacy of the embrace"...dinnae, cannae, etc

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Good twists and turns

Would you listen to Highland Honor again? Why?

Yes, I would listen to this again. Probably in about a month or so. I did like all the sub plots.

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  • Lorrie
  • beaufort, SC, United States
  • 04-27-15

Nigels story

Love reading Nigel's story! It was everything expected . Happy to be able to go directly to the next book. The narrator is one of the best.

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  • Teresa K
  • des moines, iowa, United States
  • 01-06-15

More love and adventure in the highlands.

I loved the story. This author weaves a tale that keeps you with her to the end. There's intrigue as well as passion and romance to spare. Loved it!

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Dawe is an acquired taste

This was a typical highlander saves lass and then marries her story. It was an average book with no surprises. Angela Dawe takes some getting used to. She is no Davina Porter, she not even a Nicola Barber or Anne Flosnik but I got used to her enough to enjoy the book and all things considered, like imitating male voices, she did okay.

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Ahhh Nigel!

This is Nigel's story, we met him in book 1. He pisses me off sometimes, but its good. I enjoyed the story line of this one, though I must say I liked the first book more. Definitely worth the credit. Eric's book is next and I am anticipating it!

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  • Nikki
  • Brooklyn, NY, United States
  • 01-02-13

The Narrator has an annoying voice.

I have this book in print format and love it but the narrators voice is so grating I have been unable to finish the audio version. I am a huge Hannah Howell fan but I implore her to get a better narrator so that her audio versions will be just as fantastic as her print versions.