The Beast of Clan Kincaid

Highland Warrior Series, Book 1
Narrated by: Ruth Urquhart
Series: Highland Warrior Series, Book 1
Length: 8 hrs and 28 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (705 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

A Highland warrior battles to reclaim his birthright in the first of a new series filled with seduction, revenge, and soul-stirring passion....

They call him the Beast - a hardened mercenary whose heart seems as cold as his icy blue gaze. They do not know his true name: Niall Braewick, son of the Laird of Kincaid. It has been years since he escaped into the forest the night his father was murdered. Now he has returned, ablaze with a vengeful hunger. He will gain the MacClaren chief's trust, gather his clan, and take back his lands. And take the MacClaren's daughter as well....

Though he pulled her from the river, saving her life, Elspeth has been warned to keep her distance from her father's hired warrior. He is a barbarian - a shame, as he is far more compelling than the lechers and fools competing for her dowry. Little does she know that, like the castle itself, she is a prize Niall intends to claim...but will he extract blood for blood and possess what is his, or will his enemy's beautiful, innocent daughter tempt him to forsake his dream of conquest? 

Contains mature themes.

©2016 Lily Blackwood (P)2019 Tantor

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So so

Pretty cheesy overall. The characters don’t have much depth and the story line is thin. The narrator does a pretty good job on the female voices, but not the males. If you want a quick story that doesn’t require an emotional investment (I did), it’s not terrible.

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if tattoos were tutus...

This was great until the narrator started saying the word tattoo. It's arresting but you get used to it. Otherwise, well worth the credit!

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Good

Both author and narrator are first for me. Ruth Urquhart did a good job. I had to get used to her pronunciation of "tatoo". I've never heard it pronounced the way she does. All in all the book was good. Worth the credit.😃

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The Wolf’s Emerald Eye

Wonderful. I am confused as to why it doesn’t have a full five stars. It was enjoyable from beginning to end. I loved the characters, storyline and narration. Wonderfully written and refreshing new vantage point from some of the other romance novels which can get redundant. I’ve already bought books two and three!

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Horrible narration!

I tried to like this book but finally decided to give it up. I could not make it to the end. The narration was horrible! The story was decent.

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enjoyable

the narration was okay but story was very good. overall I enjoyed it and down loaded the 3rd in the series.

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struggled to finish. Not a great book, boring. Not my cup of tea. it could have been better.

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Addictive.

I couldn't stop listening. The twists & turns were great. I'm onto the 2nd book of the series & hope it will be as good as this one.

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What?!?

This entire story has so much potential. Beginning was great. Then poof turned into a hot mess of a story. The Kincaid literally was NOt a beast in any part of the story. When does a beast laugh and giggle with little girls? Smh. What a waste. Save ur money. This was a goose egg.

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the Beast of Clan Kincaid

I love the storyline and the narrator I just wish It had been longer. I love the ending most of all.