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Return of the Border Warrior

Brunson Clan Trilogy, Book 1
Narrated by: Cathleen McCarron
Series: Brunson Clan Trilogy, Book 1
Length: 8 hrs and 25 mins
Categories: Fiction, Sagas
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Summary

Word in the Royal Court has spread that the wild Scottish borders are too unruly. Upon the King's command, John Brunson must return home. Once part of a powerful border clan, John has not set eyes on the Brunson stone tower in years. With failure never an option, he must persuade his family to honor the king's call for peace.

To succeed, John knows winning over Cate Gilnock, the daughter of an allied family, holds the key. But this intriguing beauty is beyond the powers of flattery and seduction. Instead, the painful vulnerability hidden behind her spirited eyes calls out to John as he is inexorably drawn back into the warrior Brunson clan.

©2012 Wendy B. Gifford (P)2013 W.F. Howes

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  • 08-09-15

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I read to escape and enjoy. The entire book evolved around rape of character and vengence/recovery. Serious important subject. But not the escape from my world I was looking for.

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  • M. M. Robinson
  • 23-03-14

Promising story - beyond terrible narration

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The narrator was HORRIBLE. It wasn't bad enough that the story was intense, but the overdramatization just ruined the whole experience.

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Read the dang story before you try to narrate it.

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I wouldn't have wasted the credit if I had known she ruined a perfectly good story.