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Love is a battlefield 

Since childhood, Magnus has been led to believe he is the Laird Alwyn's bastard, and raised to hate the Clan Kincaid. But when he learns he is without a doubt the son of the murdered Laird Kincaid, his life as he has always known it is shattered. Now, hiding his knowledge and his fury, he returns to Burnbryde Castle, awaiting the chance to strike against the man whose treachery robbed him of his legacy. His first act of rebellion: to steal a kiss from the redheaded beauty who's betrothed to the Alwyn's eldest son and heir. 

Since her arrival at Burnbryde, Tara Iverach has been confined to a tower to guard her virtue before she marries. But after a surprise embrace with a lean, bare-chested Highlander who claims to be the Alwyn's oldest son, she can't contain her excitement over her good fate. Unfortunately, he is the wrong eldest son, and she is set to marry his cruel and lecherous half brother, Hugh. Can Magnus conquer his rivals and claim his Kincaid destiny before the woman who's captured his heart becomes his sworn enemy's bride? 

Contains mature themes.

©2016 Lily Blackwood (P)2019 Tantor

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Love 💕

Wonderful second addition to the series. I loved these two characters and there were a couple surprising moments that I didn’t anticipate. Excellent book!

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Another stellar book in a series I love!

The story is full of twists and turns as Magnus and Tara find each other. They're embroiled in a plot that, years later, is still victimizing the Kincaid sons and their women. The tale is one I can't wait to see to the end because I love when a villain gets his comeuppance in the end! Listen to the first book and you'll find it so compelling you'll zip to the next in the series just like me.

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too many sex scenes

long sex scenes take away from the story and are only there to spice things up.

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Pure Magic

The story was heartwarming and heartwrenching. And the narrator was absolutely perfect. She brought the story to life and kept me on the verge of tears. I believe she has made this my new favorite book. I know I'll listen to it again and again. Brilliant

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Wonderful story line.

Loved the reader. Her performance of each character was faultless. She captured in my opinion what the writer wanted the audience to see. Better then a movie. Now moving on to the 3rd book.
LisaMarie of Georgia USA 🇺🇸

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The Rebel of Clan Kincaid

I love the drama of the heroine and her polite. I also love the narrator's voice changes as she moves from character I would gladly recommend this book.

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Narrator subtract from story

Female narrator has Cheesy voices that subtract from story. Ugh. Traditional romantic Highland tale, with neat twist in the end.

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Book Two

Good series, best read in order. While enough background material is given so you wouldn’t get lost, this really is part two of a continuing story.

By Jim’s wife

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Action and romance

First time for this author and really enjoyed the book. The narrator was very good and that always makes a difference.

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Too much filler stuff

Repetitious and predictable. Another teary eyed, besotted, damsel in distress meets gorgeous alpha Highlander (how tedious!) Both MCs are straight out bland and are infantile: the heroine is timid, insipid and not the brightest bulb and the hero isn't anything better. In fact, both are flaming morons. It’s hard to buy into the story when the author is willing to make her MCs into infants just to create “misunderstanding” and “angst”. The feud between the Kincaids and their enemies is minimally developed in this installment. Instead we have interminable inner monologuing from both MCs, telling us the same sentiments over and over again. When you have such repetition you know the author has run out of a story to tell. After all there's another installment and one certainly can't put too much substance into one story!

As for historical context, there's not much atmospheric imagery and since there is so little history, it's hard to gauge historical accuracy.

Narrator is Ok though not a favorite. Her heroines sound like squeaky mice and some of the men sound like growly gnomes.

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