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Publisher's Summary

From New York Times best-selling and award-winning author Selena Kitt - over a million books sold!
Sibyl Blackthorne isn't afraid of anything - except maybe being sold into marriage to a man she doesn't love. A man she's never even met. A man who, by reputation, is one of Scotland's cruelest lairds in over a century. But what choice does she have, with her father dead and her uncle now married to his brother's widow, putting him in charge of not only the Blackthorne fortune, but Sibyl's future as well?
Then her betrothed turns out to actually be far worse than his reputation, so headstrong Sibyl decides life as a peasant, or even death, would be preferable to a future with such a despicable man, and makes plans to run away.
On an organized hunt for wolves - or, as the Scots call them, wulvers - Sybil escapes her fiancé's clutches, only to find she's run into something far more untamed and dangerous in the middle of the woods.
When a big, brawny, long-haired man, who only speaks to her in Gaelic and calls himself Raife, simply picks her up and carries her off with him into the Scottish wild, Sibyl knows she's in trouble.
When he takes her to a place no human has ever been, she knows she's gone over the edge. And when he, at last, marks her as his own, she discovers that only one wild heart can claim another.
Note to Listeners: This is the extended version with new material and a bonus epilogue and preview of the sequel!
©2014 Selena Kitt (P)2014 Selena Kitt
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4 out of 5 stars
By Cheri on 02-17-16

A Scott + Wolf Shifter = Very Sexy!

It's not often I come across a story that combines both historical and paranormal romance into one captivating story and even better it contains two of my favorites, sexy Scotts and wolf shifters! I also liked these shifters or wulvers, were not perfect. They lived deep in the mountain, and the female wulvers had the moon curse and were forced to stay in their wolf forms during certain cycles.

This was a decent story and the attractions between Raife and Sybil was instant. I look forward to the next book in the series.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Starlet M. on 01-04-16


Wow, what an incredible story. This is my first book by author Selena Kitt, but it won’t be my last. This story is so good, I am anxious for another book by this author. I was hooked immediately and didn’t even want to turn this audiobook off to go to sleep. The story captivates you instantly and keeps you on the edge of your seat until the very last word.
This is a must have!
Narrator: I am a huge fan of Dave Gillies. I could listen to him narrate with his Scottish brogue all day. I do think he needs to work on a proper English accent for future narration. He performed Lady Cybil’s character with a lower class English accent. If the character is from an aristocratic family, she does not have a Liverpool dialect. But don’t let this minor comment distract you from getting this audiobook. Dave Gillies is still one of the best narrators I’ve had the privilege of listening to. The emotion and performance he delivers is outstanding. He brought the story to life.

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3 out of 5 stars
By K. Grant on 01-30-18

Just saying ... chipmunks and coyotes are NOT native to the British Isles - it is a pet peeve of mine when American writers do not do their research.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Simon on 05-09-15

Oh what a great book!

Would you consider the audio edition of Highland Wolf Pact to be better than the print version?

As I haven't read the printed version, therefore I can't possibly comment.

What other book might you compare Highland Wolf Pact to, and why?

I don't know of many books like this one, hence this review ... From the beautiful Scottish accents to the wonderful story.

What about Dave Gillies’s performance did you like?

He was able to bring the many characters to life from the pomp and selfishness of the Laird Alistair M. to the fiery passion of the many Wolvers. My only negative comment about Dave Gillie was the lacking of clear Yorkshire accent of the character Lady Blackthorn, however, it passed as I fell into the rich tones of the Gaelic language.

If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

It is said that if He is truly Blessed ...Standing alongside a great Man is a Strong and Passionate Woman.

Any additional comments?

One of the reasons I enjoy listening to books on Audible is the added dimension the narrator can bring to a book. There is a richness, texture and a sense of moving along with the characters in this story that's being narrated.This book is truly a surprising, well written, well thought out and a well read book, I'm hoping that the next installment of this series comes to Audible very soon. Please please please!

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2 out of 5 stars
By Bewench on 04-13-16

I didn't like the Narrators voice.

If this book wasn’t for you, who do you think might enjoy it more?

The book was okay.

What will your next listen be?

Not sure.

Who might you have cast as narrator instead of Dave Gillies?

Another male without a whiney female voice.

What character would you cut from Highland Wolf Pact?

I'm the listener, not the writer or the editor. I don't think about books that way.

Any additional comments?

I don't listen to negative comments about books because everyone is different. But I thought someone might want to know that the guy's voice was making a so called warrior of a woman whiney, irritating and down right childish. I couldn't finish the book myself. I hope other people have better luck with it :)

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