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Historical romanance with a bite. I really enjoyed the build up between characters and can't wait for the next installment. The narration was clear and easily followed and a little sexy. This book was not light and fluffy, it touched on darker subjects and kept the listener engaged. Well worth the time and money to listen.
Where does Provoked rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
The story is wonderful. The narrator really helped with the enjoyment of listening. I enjoyed that each character had a different tone/voice so it was really easy to keep up with who was who.
Which scene was your favorite?
Without giving to much away... I really like the whole conversation between David and Balfour during their walk after their second time meeting.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
There are a few moments, but the last scene leading up to the last kiss. The emotions and passion from both gentleman every time they are together is really beautiful.
Any additional comments?
David and Balfour can really learn so much from each other and I cant wait to see how their relationship turns out. I really hope Hamish McKenleay continues to read the other books in the series.I was a little shocked that this is a HFN but excited I don't have to wait long to continue since the rest of the series is out.
Really enjoyed listening to this book. With great narration by Hamish McKinlay whose voice was a great bonus.
This book is set in Edinburgh. David is trying to rebuild his reputation in the legal world. Murdo is determined to wed one day. But to a woman as back in those day Same sex was a taboo subject. But Murdo thinks he can keep his true feeling for men quite,
This is part of a series. It was wonderfully written with great care put into the characters. What's not to like. Waiting for the next audible.
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Plenty of historical back-story which sets up the two characters who have little life experience in common but understand each other nevertheless. The events in which both protagonists are enmeshed are just as important as their relationship but the balance between romance and history is fine, neither dominating while each aspect enhances the other. Well-written and brilliantly narrated with a range of accents. Makes most sense if you listen also to parts 2 and 3 for full development of characters and romance.