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On the eve of her wedding, Sky Elizabeth, the earl of Fife's eldest daughter, learns of her betrothed's murderous plot against her. As she flees, Sky falls through a mysterious portal in time, landing at the feet of a twenty-first-century American knight.

Struan, the bastard son of the earl of Sutherland, escaped death through time's portal once. Recognizing what has befallen the frightened woman, he vows to protect her even while Sky, with a trace of fae blood in her veins, senses his resentment.

Despite their growing attraction, she's determined to find a way home to avert a clan war. Though he cannot deny his desire, he fears that helping her return to the past will surely lead to his demise. As the two work together, passion ignites and an unbreakable bond forms - but will it be enough to sustain them through the perils they'll face in the past? Can their love have a future?

©2016 Barbara Longley (P)2016 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.

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Like Revisiting Old Friends.

If you’ve listened and enjoyed the first books in this series you will be delighted to revisit some old friends in book 4. I enjoyed the story of Sky and Struan. Their romance, despite the challenges, was touching and very sweet. The author did a nice job showing the many difficulties and struggles while living in different centuries.

This book can stand alone but I don’t think it would be as enjoyable without the background of the other books. There are no cliffhangers but the story’s intertwine by their time travel experiences.

I thought the narrator did a really good job. I liked his voice. Some of the reviewers didn't... so please listen to the Audio Sample before purchasing.

Also, there is some Adult sexual content….. so for those who prefer clean romances you might want skip this one. ;-)

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liked story not narrator

I listened to the audiobooks for the previous three books, the third having the best narrator. This new narrator put me to sleep but I wanted to finish the series so I read the Kindle version instead, which was very good.

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Excellent Series

Enjoyed narrator. Another great storyline, love the characters and the back and forth in time.

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Epilogue....

“I love it when a plan comes together.”

I enjoyed how the Highlanders’s story continued to unfold in this third book. It was great to share in the experiences of joy, love, sadness, uncertainty and ambiguous emotions, which are all part of all human interactions, in friendships or families. The author conveyed these emotions expertly.

The implied possibility for future Time Traveling at the end, helped the story to end on an even happier note than the previous Books.

I have listened to Luke Daniels before and he is a very good narrator. But this story was not a good fit for him, especially following after Phil Gigante. At times in this narration Sky sounded more as if she was from Pakistan than Scotland. Later the cadence of her speech slowed down a bit. Also, some of the male voices did not compliment or enhanced the characters, as we wanted to perceived them in our minds.
But basically if was a fair narration. It did not put me off the story or hindered my listening and enjoying it from start to finish.

I will miss these Highlanders. I feel as if I have now, been parted from them by centuries.😔

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Loved it

I truly loved the film series!! Great story lines!!! Great job to the author a

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  • Robin
  • Vestavia Hills, Alabama United States
  • 09-15-17

Great story but not a good narrator for romance

I loved the story line. I wish the Loch Moigh series would be made into movies.
The narrator was not a good fit for a romance novel. He was slightly monotone and could not portray passion. The love scenes were spoken matter-of-factly, like a monotone documentary. A lot of the characters sounded the same so sometimes I couldn't tell who was talking. Mr. Gordon sounded like an old timey miner with his front teeth missing.
Michael sounded like an excited puppy - way too much energy in everything he said.
He would be much better at documentaries.

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  • Rina
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  • 09-04-17

please replace the narrator

I hated the narrator
I had to stop and literally say what the heck happened? The book before started to slip a bit but this one I think I will go back to kindle text to speech. wow I never though the day would come I thought audible supposed to be professional narration.

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Sounds like Punjab from India

I am rating the narrative performance only. The book review is on Amazon & Goodreads.
As I have said before, it is beyond me that a recording company would submit this performance when the accent is nothing like a Scots. Luke Daniels would do fine with a book that takes place in India or other far eastern countries, AND how could an author allow this to happen to her manuscript!?! (Which I loved!) What a disappointment after Phil Gigante.

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Torn between centuries by a love for a

The day before her wedding to the heir of the earl of Mar, Sky Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the earl of Fife, hears her betrothed and his mistress discussing his intention to wed her for her dowry of gold and land and then murder, leaving him free to enjoy her wealth without the encumbrance of a bride. As she flees to warn her family of the nefarious plot, Sky is swept away into the 21st century. She lands in the midst of a jousting tournament at a Renaissance festival. Struan, bastard son of the earl of Sutherland and a time traveler himself, sweeps her up and takes her to his family who shelter her and sort through her predicament. Was she swept through the centuries only so she could save herself, or does she have a duty to her clan to return and try to warn them of her betrothed's evil plans? Can she fight the growing attraction between herself and Struan? Should she even try? After all, her mother thwarted convention to make a love match with her father, and if she didn't marry Struan, would she just be bartered again to another evil lord who cared only for her lands and wealth? If she returns, is it even possible to change history or avert a clan war? Struan is torn between the security of the life he's built in the peaceful modern world, or the love of his life. But if he follows her into the past, will her father allow her to marry him anyway? Today, he is a successful businessman with a home, land and a bank account, but in the past, his bastardy makes him a reviled man with nothing to recommend him as husband material for a noble lady.

This installment of the Loch Moigh series has all the action and passion of the previous novels. This is the first time I have tried the audiobook format instead of eBooks. While I liked that I could continue to "read" while going about my day, I found that for this series, I prefer eBooks, as I found the different voices given to different characters somewhat distracting. But overall, I still really enjoyed the story and am looking forward to more of Longley's novels.

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I loved the series

I loved the story and history behind story even though some of the characters are fictional.