• Wed to a Highland Warrior

  • The Warrior King, Book 4
  • By: Donna Fletcher
  • Narrated by: Antony Ferguson
  • Length: 9 hrs and 10 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (76 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

It has been prophesied that four men, raised as brothers, will bring Scotland back to her rightful glory. Now the final brother is ready to take his place in history....

"Trey MacAlpin is my husband." When Bliss first speaks these words, they are not yet true. But desperate for protection from the false king's soldiers, she claims the Highlander as her mate. Her powers foretold that her life would intertwine with the four men who protect the identity of the true king - but she never thought it would be like this! 

Trey MacAlpin can scarcely believe he has agreed to wed a stranger. But this beautiful lass knows the secret he and his brothers are sworn to keep, making her both valuable...and vulnerable. Yet more than necessity binds Trey and Bliss in these dangerous times - for the passionate fire raging in Trey's heart insists that Bliss is not merely his bride...but his destiny.

©2012 Donna Fletcher (P)2020 Tantor

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good. occlusion to whom is king

I was right! I knew who was king! won't say here though. I really enjoyed Trey and Bliss' story. I lived the way they came together in all ways, but to be able to read each other was my favorite part. I would and will read this and the series again.

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love and exciting series

I would recommend this series I couldn't wait to hear the next story. I would definitely recommend

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Good

This is #4 of 4 in the series "The Warrior's King". I thought this pretty good, answered some questions about the characters. It was a little predictable IMO. I did enjoy Antony Ferguson's narration. I would recommend listening in order so you won't miss anything. Enjoy!😄

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Great Series

I've read these books before and they good then, but to listen to narrator Antony Ferguson they were brought to life. Excellent series!

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Great series

Enjoyed each book in this series. Donna Fletcher definitely makes you connect to and feel all the characters, more and more with each book. There is a bit of common storyline and action across all the books, but Fletcher makes each one unique enough that you will truly appreciate and enjoy the connections.

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  • Claire
  • 07-20-20

nice story

Good story. It was a bit slow to start with, but then it really picked up and I really enjoyed the rest of it. Anthony Ferguson was really great as usual. I like his narrating.