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Shunned by her village, weaver Morag Cameron lives a solitary existence in the woods - until the night she finds a sorely wounded Highlander by the loch. Under her care, the handsome warrior slowly recovers his strength, but his memories have disappeared. Morag is torn. For if she helps him regain his past, she may sacrifice a life with the man she has come to love. Wulf MacCurran wants nothing more than to claim Morag as his own, but his past holds too many dangerous secrets - secrets that put them both in mortal danger. He must discover who attacked him and left him for dead. Traveling to Edinburgh, Wulf and Morag find themselves swept into a mystery with the power to determine the fate of their passions - and change Scotland forever.

Contains mature themes.

©2014 Rowan Keats (P)2014 Tantor

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good book but great narrator.

Would you listen to To Kiss a Kilted Warrior again? Why?

Yes, I like the intrigue and the narrator is good at telling a story with inflection and accents and a nice lower voice range.

Who was your favorite character and why?

wolf has the most depth, for someone with amnesia.

Which character – as performed by Kirsten Potter – was your favorite?

wolf has the best accent.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

where does honor draw the line?