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Ian's Rose Audiobook

Ian's Rose: The Mackintoshes and McLarens, Book 1

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Publisher's Summary

They should never have stolen his wife.

Ian Mackintosh and his bride, Rose, return to McLaren Lands to rebuild all that was destroyed by the previous laird. Believing bad times and evil men are behind them, they've let their guard down. Ian's world is turned upside down one cold winter's night when Rose is kidnapped.

Desperate, he is willing to make a deal with the devil himself in order to ensure her safe return. And he may have done just that when he agrees to work with the brother of the man responsible for tearing his world apart.

Is there a price too high to save the woman you love?

©2016 Suzan Tisdale (P)2016 Suzan Tisdale

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  • Virginia
    PETERSTOWN, WV, US
    15/12/16
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    "Fantastic!"

    Another super story by Suzan Tisdale. It will give you a wonderful feeling. I can't wait until the next book is ready. Brad Wills knows how to capture the sense of removal of your normal daily grind. Let him! The combination of them both will lift you up as nothing else can. Love them both!!

    7 of 7 people found this review helpful
  • BOOKTALK WITH EILEEN
    southern California
    02/07/17
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    "The Highlands with Tisdale ~ great listening!"
    Who was your favorite character and why?

    Favorite character was Rose. She had a backbone and will we would all wish we had.


    Which character – as performed by Brad Wills – was your favorite?

    I loved the way Will McLaren was portrayed, his mindset to do as his father needed him to do. I also really enjoyed Liona's voice. Brad made me feel the evil of madcap chief of Bowie clan. I also loved the old cronie voice of the healer. He does so many voices that are memorable. What can I say? He's superb!


    Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

    If I don't cry or laugh, it won't get a 5-star!


    Any additional comments?

    AUDIOBOOK REVIEW:<br/><br/>I loved this emotional, multi-layered tale of a love which withstands Ian’s self-doubt, belief in his unworthiness, and his stubborn-headed decision to stay clear of Rose. Outside danger threatens to shred their new understanding and new beginning.<br/><br/>Rose knows she loves Ian, but also knows she can’t give him children, for she is unable to carry beyond her 3rd month. How can a man love a woman enough to forego any hope of bairns? Rose is a feisty, spirited woman, passionate in nature and deeply in love with Ian. A woman no finer.<br/><br/>The first scene sets the tone of Ian’s love. Narrator Brad Wills uses a soft intimate and loving tone in the first dialogue between the two. A secret betrothal is made between the two and a month later Ian breaks the betrothal sending Rose into a spiraling depression edged with lots of anger.<br/><br/>Ian’s reasoning is simple. He can’t offer Rose the kind of life she should have—no large keep or pretty clothes. He is but a warrior and that’s all he’s good at, his justification for his actions. Luckily, Rose is given solace by her best friend, Aggie, wife to Ian’s brother Frederick, who also has a strong will.<br/><br/>We are privy to some really cute scenes when Rose doesn’t exactly tell the truth. These discussion are difficult for Ian and Rose, but, truthfully, they were fun to listen to. The narrator entertains us with his flexible impersonations for each character. From an agitated, upsetting Aggie who is unable to control her speech impediment of stuttering, to a more than drunk Ian, drinking his woes of not having Rose – the love of his life, to a maniacal laugh of a man of greed and seemingly unhinged.<br/><br/>Once Ian and Rose cross the hurdle of marriage they are asked by Aggie and Frederick to rebuild a keep Aggie has inherited and have Ian be the interim chief for the keep until Aggie’s son is old enough to be clan chief himself. This is a perfect solution to Ian. He now can provide a life for Rose<br/>They accept this opportunity, although it will be difficult for them. Ian is buoyed and tackles the project with both McLarens and Mackintoshes on the McLaren’s land. <br/><br/>Hardships of building a new keep and forging a strong bond between the Mackintoshes and McLaren is a great burden to both Ian and Rose. The keep is starting to come together. But evil lurks out beyond the temporary walls. Rose is taken hostage by the new chief of the Bowie clan. He’s a man who is used to thieving and stealing from his neighbors. So why not the wife of clan who has money? Greed is a very dark motivator which brings pain and death to many.<br/><br/>Snakes lie within walls. You will love the intrigue. Loyalty can be bought. It can also be gotten by other means. Who is truly loyal?<br/><br/>Friendship is a keep element in this story. The secondary supporting characters who go beyond what is expected are a compelling force in their own right. They shall have their story in book two. Tisdale included the prologue of book two to the listen. I’ll be eagerly reading book two real soon! Book three just released this last week.<br/>

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful
  • Tana
    26/04/17
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    "love it"

    Brad Will brings this wonderful story to life! I just love this series. The characters are inspiring. thank you

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful
  • Mercedes Prizmonte
    21/04/17
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    "A Scottish Romance"

    A very good romance with drama,action,angst and romance.
    Ian and Rose are good characters along with the rest of the characters.
    Really enjoyed listening to it.

    The narrative was ok the male voice was good but the females didn't sound right to me.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful
  • A Johnson
    09/01/17
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    "Ian's Rose"

    Very good story. I've not read this author before. A very good plot and the narrator was exceptional.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful
  • seelk
    Burlington, Ontario, Canada
    22/07/17
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    "Enjoyed"

    I enjoyed listening to Rose and Ian's journey to HEA. Despite their doubts, a rocky beginning and the obstacles thrown in their path, they stick together to become a powerful and very much loved couple. The secondary characters are quite interesting too and towards the end we get the hint who the next couple will be and they are not who I expected. Can't wait to listen to their story.
    Being a fan of Mr. Wills I am not surprised by how well he told this story too. His voices are varied and very convincing so the listener knows which character is speaking and their emotions are portrayed so realistically that you cannot help but feel them.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Pecos
    29/05/17
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    "I just don't know......"

    I am a Suzan Tisdale fan. This is the the sixth of her books I have read or listened to. If Ian's Rose had not been narrated by ❤️Brad Wills❤️l would never have finished it. There was just no plot. It's not easy for me to say this because I usually really enjoy Ms. Tisdale. I will continue to buy and read her books.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Cindy A.
    04/08/17
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    "slow starter, but good in the end."

    I struggle through the beginning of it, because to my ear all the women sounded like they were to sell tree and drunk in the men talk like they had marbles in their mouth. but I slowed the speed down of the narration and it seemed to help. story was good though

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • A.
    Merritt Island, FL, United States
    24/01/17
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    "Ok story line"
    What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

    A better narrator


    What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)

    Surprised about the recognition of a family member.


    How could the performance have been better?

    An experienced narrator would have complemented the story.


    What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

    Disappointment


    Any additional comments?

    Brad Wills was an insult to so many other good narrators.

    0 of 5 people found this review helpful

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