Revenge turns into unbridled passion when a Scottish nobleman steals his enemy's intended bride.
With hatred in his heart, Sir Arryn Graham rides out to Seacairn Castle to avenge the murder of his wife and unborn child. But first, he will claim the woman betrothed to Lord Kinsey Darrow for himself. Then he'll ruin her. And he won't rest until everything and everyone that belongs to the English nobleman is destroyed. But Lady Kyra of Seacairn is not what he expects. The beautiful, strong-willed daughter of a Scotswoman, Kyra is now an English subject, promised in marriage by the ruthlessly plundering King Edward. She will not be a pawn - not Darrow's and not this vengeful Scottish knight's. But when a carefully orchestrated seduction ignites irresistible passion, Kyra is swept into the heat of battle, risking the gallows for a breathtaking love.
Conquer the Night is the second novel in Heather Graham's medieval Scottish series that features the Graham clan, Gaelic-speaking Lowlanders who fight with their Highland brethren for the country they love.
I stopped at the end of chapter 5 when our 'hero' rapes our 'heroine'. Not my idea of the start of a romance. I understand that was common in the 13th century, but I am willing to overlook inaccuracy in this case.
I truly enjoyed this story about a young lady who felt she was merely a pawn for the king she served. Given to a man she despised. In love with a man who only wanted vengeance against her betrothed. This story is so well written I did not want to stop listening! I believe you we'll find it a lovely romance too!
I enjoy Heather Graham books but this particular heroin is so irritating. I wanted to scream at her.
This was a very good story with a good pace. The narrator was excellent and provided an excellent distinction to the characters with her accents and tones.
Yes it met expectation...
The battle and when the scots won...
The narrator was really good. Sandra really does a good job in changing voices..