In the Warrior's Bed

  • by Mary Wine
  • Narrated by Bruce Mann
  • 9 hrs and 44 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Cullen McJames will not have his honor sullied, certainly not by his clan's nemesis Laird Erik McQuade. So when McQuade tells the Court of Scotland that Cullen has stolen his daughter's virtue, Cullen steals the daughter instead. Since his brother wed a fetching lass, Cullen's been thinking he, too, needs a wife. A marriage could end the constant war between the clans. And looking on Bronwyn McQuade but once has put her in his dreams for a week....
But Bronwyn won't go quietly. She won't be punished for what she did not do. Nor is she eager to live among the resentful veterans of McQuade wars. And however brave and beautiful a man Cullen may be, he has much to learn about a woman's fighting spirit. But as Bronwyn will discover, he has much to teach her as well....

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EROTIC BUT VERY LITTLE ROMANCE!!

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

No!! Poor narration and no real story!!


How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?

Get another narrator and add more of a story line.


How could the performance have been better?

The narrator is boring and doesn't have a Scottish Brogue nor is he able to sould like a female when the scene calls for a female voice


Was In the Warrior's Bed worth the listening time?

No


Any additional comments?

In The Warrior's Bed is the story of Cullen McJames and Bronwyn McQuade to warring clans. Laird McQuade has gone to the court of James of Scotland accusing Cullen of seducing an spoiling his daughter Bronwyn. Bronwyn and Cullen were spotted chatting on the line were there broaders met by her two older brothers Liam and Sadoc. The brothers reported this to there father who always desiped Bronwyn because she was born a girl her was cruel and treated worst then one of the servants.

After being mad aware of his name being sullied before the court and James of Scotland Cullen visits the court and tell James what happened. Jame believes him and not Laird McQuade and sanctions a marriage between Bronwyn and Cullen to stop the gossip and hopefully bring peace between the two clans.

I didn't like Bronwyn much at first but she later grew on me. The story is very erotic with little romance. I found Bronwyn's character not mature enough for a 23 yrs old women. Her character would have been better served as 18 or younger. Like I said by the end of the story I grew to like her. She grow with the story. I loved Cullen!1 So all's well that ends well. I just wanted more of a storyline rather then just so many sex scenes. Sex scenes are great when there is a good story to go along with it. This was not the case for In The Warrior's Bed!!

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Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-05-2013
  • Publisher: Audible Studios