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Scotland, 1415...

The flame-haired virago bearing down on Ross MacKenna was far too shapely to be a seasoned warrior, but she was just as deadly. As she engaged him on the battlefield, Ross knew her for a MacKay, long-time enemies of his clan. What he didn’t know was that she would soon be his wife, given to him by her father in a desperate effort to end generations of feuding. The only problem was that of all her family, Gillian MacKay was the least willing to make peace. Her fiery temper challenged his mastery. Both politics and pride demanded that he tame her, but he would do it his way - with a seduction that would sweep away her defenses, and win her heart.

©2007 Connie Mason (P)2017 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved

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Scottish Characters 1420 Ya Kin? SWOON

The cover picture is awful. Not at all what Laird Ross McKenna would look like.
The reason I listen to audio books is because of fabulous narrators and performers, not just "readers."

Simon's voices for all the characters are awesome and his Scotsmen voices are to die for! Low and growly, sensual and confident. The story was good with the usual twists and turns. The defiant warrior lass and her Laird are married to end a clan feud.

This is a true MAN'S voice. Only man better is Derek Perkins, he's the best.
I don't like Tim Campbell or Anthony Ferguson. But I really like Simon. Aye Lassie, it's worth the credit.

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Highland Warrior

Good book. There are a couple of spots that the plot moves a little slower than I normally would have liked but over all a good romance.

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Ridiculous! Juvenile. Second and last time I will ever read this author.

Terrible! The characters and their thought processes are juvenile and the writing is ideal for preteens (up until you get to the sex scenes which is more appropriate for a much older reader - even those were sex for the mere sake of sex, like there had to be some somewhere so let’s put it right HERE in the book with no rhyme or reason). The characters ask questions that any reader over the age of 10 can answer - Except for the characters themselves apparently. This dialog is done in order to move along the plot with no depth to the characters themselves. When the characters ask questions such as “think that I am stupid?“ I found myself constantly responding with definitive “yes”! This is my second book by the same writer (purchased by mistake because I just read the summary without looking at the author). Though this book is much better than the last one, I still feel myself constantly rolling my eyes.

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