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The Rebel Wears Plaid

Prince Charlie's Angels, Book 1
Narrated by: Justine Eyre
Series: Prince Charlie's Angels, Book 1
Length: 10 hrs and 55 mins
Categories: Romance, Historical
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Summary

When he agreed to join her, he never expected her to be the enemy....

By day, Lady Jenny Mackintosh helps her widowed mother manage their Highland estate. By night, she risks her life to raise troops, weapons, and coin for the Jacobite rebellion. On one late-night mission, she is confronted by a handsome warrior who happens to be vying for the other side....

Toran Fraser is hellbent on taking down the Jacobites responsible for his mother’s death. When he’s intercepted by Jenny and asked to join her cause, he agrees, knowing she can help him uncover the truth. He never expected she would be his enemy....

©2020 Eliza Knight (P)2020 Blackstone Publishing

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Good story but awful narration

The story was very good, but the narrator ruined it imho, i was having to rewind as her voice was very distracting. I couldn't get into the story in the beginning at all. It took very long for me to do so. I continued it because I knew the story would be good, especially one about the Jacobite rising and because i love all of Eliza Knight's stories. The narrator's voice for Jenny was good especially her Scottish accent. But the male voices were awful, especially Torans, he sounded as though he was in pain most of the time and like he was going to start crying like a real weakling with such a shaky voice. I couldn't bear it. Even when he said something funny he sounded depressed. Pity It wasn't Anthony Ferguson, Eliza Knight's usual narrator or another one like Tim Campbell, Marian Hussey, Derek Perkins, Liam Gerrard or Alex Wyndham All really really good narrators. I don't know if I will listen to the rest of the series if Justine Eyre is the narrator again. i really hope it won't be. Normally I listen to practically all of the books in my library again, if the narrators are ok or good, but this will probably be one that I won't be listening to again because of the narrator. Pity as the story was really good.

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  • Jessica Dobratz
  • 26-08-20

My favorite narrator!

Just Ok,but the narrator made it so i listened till the end . At times I didn’t care for the way Jenny interacted with Toran . I know that the author was aiming to express how Torran stood behind his female leader in a time where this wasn’t the norm , but it bothered me when Jenny seemed to care more about her cause than Torrans injuries