Kyle Maule has made it his mission to do aught he can to honor his sire's legacy. His appointment as the new Ramsay laird's second is a dream come true, but Lily Ramsay's beauty and irrepressible spirit threaten to make Kyle forget himself and fumble on the job. Desperate to do his duty to his laird and his fallen sire, Kyle tries to quell his feelings for Lily - to protect her without succumbing to the desire to be with her. But Lily is not the sort of lass to be held at arm's length. When an unexpected threat befalls her, Kyle will have to decide to either let her in all the way or step away from her forever.
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By Kindle Customer on 09-10-16
Improves as you go...
At first I was thoroughly bored with Lily and her made up problems. She just struck me as willful and careless and grossly irresponsible. Kyle behaved like an inconsistent tongue-tied bore too but then they went to Edinburgh and things improved massively from there. Ms Montclair made more of an effort to explain Lily and her idiosyncrasies, Kyle stopped denying the undeniable but for me, the thing that made the whole book worth it was the wolves. Wish that particular idiosyncrasy got played up even more. The preview of Jake sounds great though, so I'm off to get it!
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By 1CheekyLass on 02-07-16
Would you try another book from Keira Montclair and/or Paul Woodson?
Would you ever listen to anything by Keira Montclair again?
What about Paul Woodson’s performance did you like?
He did a pretty good job considering the weak plot.
What character would you cut from Lily?
Any additional comments?
I was hoping the negative reviews about Lily were wrong but I have to agree. My biggest issue with Lily was that she was whiny and still acted like a child instead of a woman grown. Kyle is likable but his weak excuses for not marrying Lily (therefore saving us the CHORE of listening to whiny Lily) and his habit of treating her like a frigging princess. The best parts were the wolves and Logan and Gwyn & their kids....Logan and Gwyn saved yet another book IMO!
Another reviewer mentioned that she felt that the author had a hard time transitioning Lily from a child to a young woman and I think she hit the nail right on the head. I'll never read this one again. Even if I re-read Loki and Torrian; i'll skip this one.
Story 2 (generous)
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By Roberta Chesler on 09-01-17
Manipulative Lily- Audio book listener
I'm not sure what happened here as I've enjoyed the other books in the series (read out of order) but the combination of a character (Lily), who was so unlikeable, and Paul Woodson's over the top narration made this really difficult to get through.
I'll move ahead to Jake but with a bit more trepidation.
Tone down the "drama" Paul - please
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