Summary

Gwyneth Carswell, an English lady banished by her father to the harsh Scottish Highlands, wants nothing more than to take her young son away from the violence of two fighting clans - her own distant kin, the MacIrwins, and their enemies, the MacGraths. She risks everything to rescue the fierce MacGrath warrior from the battlefield where he's left for dead by her clan. She only knows she is inexplicably drawn to him and he wants peace as she does. When her clan learns of her betrayal, they seek vengeance. Dare she trust the enemy more than her own family? Laird Alasdair MacGrath is driven to end two-hundred years of feuding with the MacIrwins. But by taking in and protecting Lady Gwyneth and her son, he provokes more attacks from his mortal enemy. As the danger and conflict surrounding them escalate, Alasdair and Gwyneth discover an explosive passion neither of them expected. With the arrival of a powerful man from her past, a horrible decision confronts her - give up her son or the man she loves.
©2011 Vonda Sinclair (P)2014 Vonda Sinclair
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4 out of 5 stars
By Susieann on 28-03-16

Absorbing, and enjoyable

Enjoyed. listening to this. The narrator wasnt believable when interpreting female and children's voices, so I found that a little offputting, but it didn't detract and I now want to hear the next in the series.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Fanni Ann on 20-07-15

highlands come to life

Would you consider the audio edition of My Fierce Highlander to be better than the print version?

This was one of the very first audios I received, and I absolutely loved it, I don't think it's better than the print copy as I love reading but I do think it is on a level parr with it.

What did you like best about this story?

The best thing I love about the story is the accents come to life, so much better than imagining the voices

Which character – as performed by Andrew Bryan – was your favourite?

I loved all the characters

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The whole of it is moving as it has all emotions in it

Any additional comments?

I would definitely recommend this especially if you want to carry on doing things but don't want to put the book down because you are immersed in the story.

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4 out of 5 stars
By seelk on 04-02-15

a great story

I loved the story, the premise of this book. Alasdair is a Highlander warrior, with honour and loyalty, loved the way he is portrayed. Gwyneth, the English lady, who saves his life at the beginning of the story, is not as bright and she behaves as expected of a haughty aristocrat even though she is banished from her title and wealth. Loved the twists the story took and toward the end when I thought it was smooth sailing toward HEA, Ms. Sinclair threw me for a loop, loved it. Looking forward to the next one.

Loved Andrew Bryan's voice, the different accents, and how I could discern the various characters. The narration had some aspects that bugged me, when not in dialogue the narrating had no punctuation, most of the time ending the sentences with a questioning tone; also in some places the tone didn't match what the character said. Although I loved Alasdair's voice, his voice boomed when he was mad or whispering or just talking.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Sylvia on 10-08-15

Awful narration

This would have been a great story… Just needs another narrator. Someone like a Divina Porter. I found the echoing thoughts very weird. Will not read another book by this narrator.

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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