- Narrated by: Becky Parker
- Length: 12 hrs and 30 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 28-01-15
- Language: English
- Publisher: Damnation Books and Eternal Press
Leonce MacPherson became chieftain after a Norman slaughtered his father and clansmen. For two years he raided Northumbria seeking vengeance while a dream woman promised the return of his great sword, stolen in the massacre. After escaping an abusive father Lady Hope Nevilles, unknowingly the Gifted MacKay of her generation, lived with animals for friends in wild Northumbria. She longs to flee to her mother's native Highlands and find a place away from capture and torture. Her father steals Leonce's son. Hope takes that as a sign to journey to the Highlands. She returns the boy and the great sword to Leonce, who recognizes her as his dream siren.
Can he trick her into marriage? She vowed to kill herself rather than submit to any man. Can she learn to trust? Will her father's sin haunt her future? Will distrust and jealousy doom their fragile union?
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By nicola on 09-04-16
Loved it !!!
Would you consider the audio edition of Highland Treasure to be better than the print version?
the performance added character and atmosphere to the story
What other book might you compare Highland Treasure to, and why?
similar to the Outlander book series by Diana Gabaldon. has similar themes and set in a similar surroundings.
Would you listen to another book narrated by Becky Parker?
in short. Yes, I would.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
i loved the book, but my favourite part was the beginning of chapter 18 where hope confronted her grandfather it was very humours and emotional
Any additional comments?
this is one of my favourite books at the moment
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By 🇺🇸🌸DARA on 21-03-15
I Bloody Well Enjoyed It
If you are looking for a Highland story that is filled with fierce Highland warriors and damsels in distress then pass on this one because this book goes in a totally different direction.
At first I thought "Dear God, what did I get into" because I was not expecting a story that was silly, funny, and, at times, a little off the wall. As story progresses, you see our heroine, Hope, who is mischievous beyond belief and our hero, Leonce, who has to have the patience of a Saint to handle Hope's antics and her past that was filled with murder, deceit, and abuse. This is the kind of story that is cute, funny, and endearing.....yet sad at the same time.
This definitely was an unexpected change of pace for me and I bloody well enjoyed the silly fun. 4.5 Stars. Narration was great too.
16 of 17 people found this review helpful
By Sharnet on 26-02-15
I loved it! Funny and kept me laughing and crying at the same time. Great story and the history was appreciated.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful