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Rumors swirl around the castle about "The McLeod" but Larena knows the truth. Like Fallon, Larena is searching for a way to vanquish the evil Druid who wants to wreak havoc on earth. Drawn to Fallon in spite of her fear, she surrenders to a passion that shocks them both with its raw intensity. But Larena dares not hope for more - not when she holds a secret that could turn her fiery Highland love against her forever....
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By 🔹🔹🔹CAROLYN 🔹🔹🔹 on 12-26-12
A must for P/R fans
Once you start on this Series you will find it hard to stop listening as they catch your imagination as D.G. begins to share with us her fantasy world set in the Highlands in the early 1600's about the hunky handsome and very fit MacLeod brothers.
Firstly, this series should absolutely be listened to in order as they are leading towards the ultimate battle between good v evil - the MacLeod brothers are all Warriors who hold a part of the God of Revenge inside them which can turn them into raging fighting beasts as they are constantly attacked by the leader of the evil Druids (called droughs) Deidre and her minions. Good Druids are called mie's who can be turned into droughs by Deidre to be used in her army intent on world domination and obliteration.
This is Fallon's story, now it's not as intense as others, but still a 'must' in the series however it's more of a stepping stone to book 3 when they try to rescue Quinn who has been captured by Deidre. They are 'adult' listening books and get more so further into the series and there's great characters with instant chemistry between them who have to battle to survive.
Worth a credit? Definitely YES but please don't be put off the series if you find this listen slightly lacking in action compared to the first book - it does have it's share but much much more is to come in book 3.
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By V from Kansas on 06-21-18
I’m really trying to like this series but, it is so predictable and there are so many cheesy lines. In Addition, Anthony Ferguson, the narrator, does not do women’s voices well. He also does not narrate sensual scenes well and his speech does not come across sexy, at all.
-V from Kansas