• by Tarah Scott
  • Narrated by Steve Worsley
  • 11 hrs and 7 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Sometimes, the hero must be the villain....
Fourteen months ago, Lady Rhoslyn lost her husband and infant son to a fever. Now, by order of King Edward I, she is yanked from the healing tranquility of a convent to marry the king's favored bastard knight. Rhoslyn has no intention of returning to the home where her husband and child died. Neither does she intend to hand over her fortune to the "dragon" - no matter his sweet promises and warm kisses.
Talbot St. Claire tires of war. Seventeen years is enough. King Edward will never release him from service, but the king promises Talbot will find some peace in front of his own hearth. Talbot expects to find a horse-faced, hostile woman in the Scottish heiress Edward commands him to marry. Instead, he discovers a fiery Highland beauty worthy of a man's respect...and love. Talbot determines to do anything to win his new bride's acceptance, anything except the one thing she demands: betray his king and embrace his Scottish heritage.


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Held my breath many times while listening!

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There's a time when you're listening to a good book that you can get so wrapped up in it and forget it's not happening right in front of you. That happened so many times in this book. Kudos to the author and narrator.

This was a good love story and the bad guys had a great degree of ick, but the action sequences were incredible!! Heart poundingly incredible. Several times I even stopped breathing the action was so intense.

I didn't like the ending (a major issue was not succinctly resolved) but that did not deter from such a wonderful listen.

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- Dee

Apologies narrator. You were not so good.

Good story but female characters need more substance. Struggled to finish due to narration, monotone.
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-14-2016
  • Publisher: Broken Arm Publishing, Ltd