A bloodthirsty evil stalks the Connor Clan...
Brave, beautiful, and haunted by her past, demon hunter Anna MacKinley will do anything to help the Connors. Under divine orders, the headstrong warrior travels the world, slaying demons and vampires. When she stumbles upon a hidden stone fortress while searching for her clan's lost Book of Battles, dark forces swiftly imprison her - and she discovers her cell mate is a gorgeous Scottish warrior who has no memories, but looks strikingly familiar.
And only a secret from the past can win the day...and her heart.
The warriors of the centuries-old Connor Clan search for their missing time-vault and the powerful relic within. What they find is a grave...and a kilt-clad body they fear is the long-lost Tavis Connor. But there may yet be more to the Highland warrior's fate than a pile of bones. Desperate to save his brother and his clan's Book of Battles from a demon hell-bent on destruction, Tavis begins a 150-year quest that will end in modern-day New York. But when he wakes, he discovers he's the one in need of help. His only hope of rescue is a bonny lass who claims to be a warrior. A warrior waging war on demons...and his heart.
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"Confusing & Complicated"
This story had such a promising start….but then the more I listened….the more confusing the story became. It has time traveling, demons, warriors, but I just didn't feel like this was a well written or put together story. To me the characters were uninteresting, and I couldn't get invested in them. I wanted to like this audio, tried really hard to finish, but gave up around 70%. I just couldn't take another minute. I don't know……maybe it was me.
I'll admit when it comes to narrators, I'm really not picky, and normally easy to please; however, Sue's narration definitely did not help with this confusing story. As the plot progresses, more characters are introduced, but I had very hard time keeping up with who was speaking. All the characters sounded the same. I actually, switched from just listening to using immersion reading with my Kindle app. Even with being able to hear, and see the words, the narration was just ok.
I don't like discouraging anyone from listening, but would not recommend using a credit.
"The Warrior Finds His Mate"
Travis Connor is coming to help his brother Faelan even if it means travelling to the future. His family is charged with protecting the humans from the demons. Upon his arrival he's captured and imprisoned, Anna MacKinley finds him and is locked up with him. Their attraction is powerful even though they both fight it. They are determined to do what they must to survive. What will happen to them and the Connor Clan? This book is a roller coaster ride filled with suspense and many unexpected twists. Travis is a powerful Alpha warrior who finds the 21st century a strange place. He wants Anna but she mystifies him with her manners. I loved Anna. It's wonderful to have a kick-ass woman who can take care of herself. I found it enjoyable to see familiar characters and learn how they fared. Anita Clenney delivers a story that has it all - romance, suspense and the paranormal. I enjoyed the narration of the story by Sue Pitkin. It definitely added to my enjoyment. I can't wait for the next book in the series. I want to know about Cam.
"narration on this was awful!"
I really struggled to finish this the narrator was terrible. The voices made me cringe. The book was good and entertaining but I would pass on this as a listen. I would definitely recommend reading the book. With a different narrator I think it could have been great.
"This is book 3 of a series."
When I first started this book, it is like I was dropped in a family reunion but I didn't know the family. That was when I decided to look and see if this was part of a series and low and behold it is. I would not have bought it otherwise. I might start from the beginning but I stopped where I was until that point because I hate to start books in the middle of a story. This drives me crazy. The narrator wasn't the best fit for this book, but I didn't think she was as bad as all the other reviewers were saying. This book really did need a man for a narrator.
"You have got to be kidding.."
My headline goes out to Rosemary, the only other reviewer at this time. Sue Pitkin is one of the worst narrators, ever. Ronan sounds like a girl everytime he talks. Well, actually every man sounds like a girl every time they say anything. And these are supposed big tough Scotsmen. Really? AND when the two are SNEAKING out of the castle and surrounded by people the book said they whispered but that was not so with this narrator. It just sounded sooo stupid to be talking in a regular tone instead of a whisper. I shoud have looked at the other 11 reviews she did before getting this book. I would never listen to Ms. Pitkin again.
This is AUDIBLE and I'm reviewing the AUDIBLE version of this book. I'll finish it by just reading it. Another book ruined by the narrator. How unfair to the authors.
"Good, Not Good? Who Knows."
This book began my long history of avoiding Sue Pitkin's narration. God, she's awful. How did she EVER get this job?
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