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Summary

Marriage was her only means of escape...

Though Honora Tannach came of age amid the misty moors of the Scottish highlands, where warring clans battled to the death for the future of their wild land, nothing frightens her so much as a lifetime trapped in the castle of her cruel stepfather. 

She is thrilled when a marriage is arranged to the son of a Scottish laird...until her betrothed is revealed to be Cavan Sinclare. Though the savage warrior once saved her life, Honora knows no one can tame the heart of such a brute, no matter now finely chiseled his features or how enticing his eyes...

After escaping his captors, Cavan's only concern is protecting his clan from the menacing invaders who threaten at every turn - and his beautiful wife is a dangerous distraction. But in the face of fiery passion, their reluctance will fade...and Cavan will discover that there is no greater strength than the power of true love.

©2008 Donna Fletcher (P)2020 Tantor

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Nice enough a story, but heavily diluted....

Lots of "stating of the obvious" in a story that could be much more fluent. It is sadly the price you have to pay for the lengths rather than content of the novel. I felt sometimes if this was written for children with all the chewing over the already well defined, however the steamy love scenes state the opposite.
Good narration with true Scottish burr, only very occasionally one can tell the slight American influence.

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good full story

I really enjoyed this book set very early in the Highlands it was different from other Highland romances. the story was very interesting and kept my interest throughout, worth reading, also the narrator was very good.

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brilliant

I've been waiting a long time for Donna Fletcher

to put her books on Audio

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very good.

I loved this book can you do more books by Donna Fletcher.it was very good all the way through.

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  • Amber
  • 23-03-20

💞💞

Donna Fletcher, is my all time favorite author, Calvin and Honora story is one of my all time favorites

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 07-12-20

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Great escape. I loved how the relationship developed, no stupid misunderstandings. really enjoyed the story, well written, good plot with character and relationship development. I plan to listen to the rest and have the next one ready to download

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  • Jd501
  • 01-07-20

ok

Donna Fletcher is a first time author. The "hero" got on my nerves blaming himself. But I kept listening and the storyline gets better. Of course Antony Ferguson makes the story come alive. Enjoy. 😄

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  • Shannon S
  • 24-08-20

SUPER Series!!!

Love love love this series and ALL the characters....starting with this book, and each following. Action, heart, and drama throughout. Read each one and enjoy!

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  • Brandy
  • 02-10-21

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a very interesting book! the narration was perfectly done for all the characters in this book!

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  • Cecily Bilbrey
  • 19-05-21

good characters and growing live

this was a surprise. I knew it would be good and I would like it,.but didn't realize how much I would like it. the narrator is great I have heard him plenty of times before and always like him.

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  • Elle
  • 17-09-20

Repetitive

I really wanted to like this story, but it repeated the same sort of scenario again and again. The mystery was painfully obvious and the one thing that held my interest to the end was never resolved. The narrator also took some getting used to for the females.

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  • 21-04-20

Enjoyable story

Loved the story and the characters. I couldn't say that there was any boring parts to the storyline It kept you interested till the end. I would say that the best part of the story was the ending being married in the magical clearing in the forest under the stars and the heavens.

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  • MM
  • 21-03-20

I REALLY ENJOYED THIS BOOK

I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed this story. The characters were all interesting in their own way.

The narration was good...very important for the enjoyment of an audiobook.

Looking forward to the next in this series...and hopefully more in the series.

Thank you Donna Fletcher and Antony Ferguson!!

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  • N. Berry
  • 28-07-22

Painful... Very painful..

This was a struggle for me to finish. The story CONCEPT was ok, but the writing seemed very simplistic or something? It was choppy, uninspiring, and just didn't flow right. Hard for me to explain...

The narrarator... I've listened to other stories narrarated by Antony Ferguson that weren't so bad, but this one was HORRIBLE. There was one other story from a while back (can't remember the title name) that was just as bad for the same reasons... I swore I'd never listen to another by him. I believe I have, though, when I had no other choice... I always listen to the sample first for anything by him and if the sample doesn't actually include any dialog so I can see if it's any good, I won't listen to it!

When he's just reading the story, he sounds fine. When he goes into character for the dialog, though, he literally sounds like grade school children do when they try to read something... Where they don't know which words or syllables to put emphasis on so they do it on the wrong parts or not at all. The dialog kept making me picture a couple of 10 year olds reading this story out... and then that just grossed me out.

So maybe it's the author's writing that makes Antony Ferguson sound worse? Maybe it's that this was an earlier work of his? Surely he's been doing this since before 2020?

Would love to know what happened to the youngest brother, but I just can't listen to another story by either of these folks.