The Highlander's Hellion

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Product Number: DD41528
Released: Nov 20, 2018
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ISBN: #9781982549831
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A Highlander tamed.Laird Daniel Murray seeks adventure, battle, and freedom for his countrymen. Putting off his duties as laird-with a promise to his clan he'll return come spring-Daniel sets off with his men to fight alongside William Wallace and the Bruce. But soon he stumbles across an enchanting lady in need. She tantalizes him with an offer he simply can't refuse and a desire he attempts to dismiss.A lady's passion ignited.Escaping near death at the treacherous hands of a nearby clan, Lady Myra must find the Bruce and relay the news of an enemy within his own camp. Alone in a world full of danger, and the future of her clan at stake, she must trust the handsome, charismatic Highland laird who promises to keep her safe on her journey-and sets her heart to pounding.Together, Daniel, and Myra will risk not only their lives but their hearts while discovering the true meaning of hope and love in a world fraught with unrest.


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The Highlander's Hellion
Product Number: BX00119257
Product Number:DD41528
Product Number:Z100143969

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Author(s): Eliza Knight
Narrator(s): Antony Ferguson
Product Number Z100143969
Released: Nov 20, 2018
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781982549879

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"Antony Ferguson's narration elevates this somewhat predictable tale of a headstrong lass and a gruff Highlander in twelfth-century Scotland. Roderick the Grim finds a shipwrecked Lady Greer washed up on the shore, and, though she is a former nemesis of his, he takes her back to his castle to tend to her. After a night spent warming her with his body heat, romance begins to bloom between the two. Ferguson's character portrayals are excellent, and his comic timing in the novel's humorous scenes is superb. But even a skilled narrator can't overcome a tired plot, and there are several moments in the story when anachronistic phrasing pulls the listener out of the medieval setting. Did they say "no big deal" in the twelfth century? L.C.L. © AudioFile 2019, Portland, Maine"