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Promised to the Highlander

The Highland Chiefs, Book 2
Narrated by: Jim Cassidy
Length: 7 hrs and 58 mins
Categories: Fiction, Sagas
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Summary

Nessia Stephenson's world was safe until a threat from a neighboring clan forces her to accept a betrothal to a man whose family can offer her the protection she needs. The real threat lies in her intense attraction to the man who arranged the match - the clan's chief and her intended’s brother, Fergus MacKay. 

When powerful warlord Fergus MacKay arranges a marriage for his younger brother, William, he has no idea the price will be his own heart. Fergus is captivated by the wildly beautiful Nessia, a woman he can never have. 

When the feud between the MacKay and Sutherland clans escalates, Nessia, William, and Fergus all must make sacrifices for their future. 

Longing and loss, honor and duty. How can love triumph under such desperate circumstances?

©2014 Kate Robbins (P)2018 Kate Robbins

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  • Tyler
  • 03-12-18

Waste of time.

I always get something out of novels I read but this was terrible, shallow writing. Where the writer could have gone much deeper in terms of literal character development and plot. I don't mind a (kinda) cheesy romance every now and then and have rarkey thought a book was a waste of time, but this was. Broody, Scottish men are great but this was terrible, no meat on it. The only thing I'll say was the narrator was great. I actually laughed at how rhe author bridged the first love to the next (trying to not spoil just in case). I would skip it and I'm a sucker for any Scottish tomance...

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  • Michele Hoeft
  • 08-11-18

stubborn men and betrothal

Loved the twists and struggles and all the surprising turns. A well thought out tale. Hints of more stories to come are wonderful.