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Highland Deadly Secrets

Narrated by: Andrew McDermott
Length: 2 hrs and 3 mins
Categories: Fiction, Sagas
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Summary

Agnes' hard life from a young age leaves her feeling scorned and unloved. As she works long hours in the castle's kitchens, she is shunned by the other servants.

While Agnes accepts her lot in life, she is surprised when she encounters the Laird of Edinburgh, William. Although he is kind to her, Agnes knows he is only being polite. But William's heart flutters whenever he sees her.

But there is someone in the castle of Clan Anderson who does not want William to be around Agnes, and they will do whatever it takes to remove her from William's life. Too late, William realizes the deadly secrets of the castle and mourns the loss of Agnes deeply.

©2019 Blair Keith (P)2019 Blair Keith

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HEA

Andrew did a wonderful job narrating this story of hardship, loss, betrayal, jealousy, love and recompense.

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Despicable Delilah's deceit nearly proves deadly

Poor Agnes has had to endure years of bullying and mistreatment at the hands of the despicable Delilah, head servant at the castle. In an effort to sabotage the growing romance between Agnes and William (the Laird), Delilah’s deceit nearly causes Agnes to lose her life. Fortunately, there is a happy ending, although I would have liked there to be a little more to the story as it seemed a bit of an abrupt finish after all the detail that Blair Keith went into during the earlier chapters in the book. Having said that, I did enjoy this romance and the interaction between William and Agnes. I fervently wished someone would commit GBH where Delilah was concerned, which is an indication of how engrossed I was in the storyline. As always, Andrew McDermott does a superb job with the narration and really brings the book to life.

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Betrayals at every turn

It seems when someone meets with tragedy, it never stops at that. To continue to live on in betrayal and believe that nothing better will ever come to you. Such is the way of most of us who endure these trials of life. Luckily, this story has a happy ending, at least. Well written and brought to life by the wonderful narrator Andrew McDermott. Well worth the listen.

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Sweet romance!

Another lovely Highland story full of romance! Wonderfully written by Blair and narrated by the amazing Andrew! What a great team!

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Agnes' hard life from a young age leaves her feeling scorned and unloved. As she works long hours in the castle's kitchens, she is shunned by the other servants.
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  • Kathryn Dean
  • 12-02-20

Highland Deadly Secrets

Andrew McDermott just makes these tales from the Scottish highlands come alive with his Scottish brough.I could listen him talk all day and night.

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  • Anna O
  • 03-11-19

Feel good historical highland romance

Short but sweet. The love story between Agnes, the orphaned kitchen maid, and William, the Laird of the castle, is a stand alone with an HEA despite the dangers of such an alliance.

Andrew McDermott's excellent narration adds authenticity to this feel good escapist romance.

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  • Tracy Gonzalez
  • 01-09-19

Loved this story and narration!

Andrew McDermott brought this book to life perfectly! I loved Agnes so much. Not all is what it seemed. And whether you are a servant or a person of nobility. Everyone deserves respect and kindness. Beautiful story and wonderous narration!