Summary

The true stone of Destiny remains hidden, but now comes a new battle to determine who will hold the sword of kings.
Defying the wishes of her laird and brother, Lael of the dun Scoti takes up her sword to fight beside the MacKinnons to return Keppenach to its rightful heir--to Broc Ceannfhionn. She'll risk everything to keep the stronghold out of the hands of King Henry's Butcher, including her life.
They call him The Butcher, but not even Henry's henchman would hang a woman. Riding into the gates on winged fury, Jaime cuts the raven-haired beauty down from the gallows only to find himself a willing prisoner of her heart. In the end, only a bond of love between bitter enemies can bring healing to broken nations.
©2014 Tanya Anne Crosby (P)2014 Tanya Anne Crosby
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3 out of 5 stars
By Loretta J. Miller on 30-12-17

why must I put a heading when it says it is option

the narrator uses a very broad Scottish accent which was difficult to understand. ..well unless you are Scottish. I love to hear a Scottish accent but in a story needing the plot to be followed when it was throughout and continual made for a challenging read.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Fanni Ann on 05-06-15

fab

I've only just started to get into audible and i wonder why i didnt before, so handy when doing chires and this is absolutely brilliant, only problem was i got that absorbed by the voice, the chores didn't get done

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4 out of 5 stars
By Rhonda on 26-02-15

Story good.

Narrator was good except he made my ears hurt. I had to constantly adjust the volume. His volume increased at the exciting parts. I found this annoying.

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