Taming the Wild Highlander : The Highlanders

  • by Terry Spear
  • Narrated by Borah Coburn
  • Series: The Highlanders
  • 6 hrs and 43 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Edana Chattan senses concerns where people she knows could be in danger. When her brothers warn her they're in trouble, she can't convince her father to listen to her, so with an escort, she tries to locate them. Separated from her escort during a storm, she is discovered by Angus MacNeill, who is tasked to return her home. Only Edana has other notions - and convinces him and his companions to allow her to use her abilities to locate her brothers who are manacled in a dungeon somewhere.
That leads to a faux marriage and more dungeons and more trouble than Angus had ever thought possible. So why is the bewitching, fiery-haired lass making him think of marrying her for real?

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Scottish Romance that holds your attention!

Who was your favorite character and why?

I loved the entire book.


What about Borah Coburn’s performance did you like?

Borah Coburn is a great narrater who provides each character their own individualtiy. It's like watching a play in your mind.


Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

I could derfinately listen to this book in one sitting.


Any additional comments?

The hero and heroine were perfect for each other. A touch of paranormal filled with intrigue and romance with feeling and emotions. Humor, passion, romance, and suspense all in one book.

The heroine is a strong take charge person in a time when this was an oddity. Add to that her special gifts and a neighboring clan who thinks they must stop her to protect her and you have a very interesting adventure.

The hero meets the heroine when they are children but she really never leaves his mind, although he doesn't like to admit to it. He is a strong and perfect match for her character.

The adventure begins early and continues throughout with the couple having to pretend to be man and wife, which says enough within itself. Add to the adventure humor, steamy passion, humor and romance and you have a satisfying read. I didn't want the book to end and I really look forward to reading the rest of the series.

Although I read this book first there was no confusion within the story from not reading the others in the series first. But it without a doubt made me add the others to the top of my to be read list. This is one author that will be added to my favorites list.

Edana Chattan senses concerns where people she knows could be in danger. When her brothers warn her they're in trouble, she can't convince her father to listen to her, so with an escort, she tries to locate them. Separated from her escort during a storm, she is discovered by Angus MacNeill, who is tasked to return her home.

Only Edana has other notions--and convinces him and his companions to allow her to use her abilities to locate her brothers who are manacled in a dungeon somewhere. That leads to a faux marriage and more dungeons and more trouble than Angus had ever thought possible. So why is the bewitching, fiery-haired lass making him think of marrying her for real?

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- Rhonda K

Wild Fey Woman

Edana gets messages in her head from her brothers and sees ahead when someone will die. That makes for an engaging tale with tender love, dungeons, planned murder, and much traveling about. Having this as an audiobook was a bit of a problem for me. With over 25 characters and me with some hearing loss, it was hard to follow all that was said, especially the names of people and places. I had read the previous ebook which helped since I had kept a list of characters. The new ones, I just had to put down what I heard ( was the boy Po or Paul etc). I liked that I could hear how Scottish names sounded, but audiobooks should come with a readable list of names and places. The reader did a good job of changing voices, but some were mumbled to my ear. We have been to Scotland enough that the accent was not a problem. The program closed the review when I tried to paste in copy the first time. It was not easy getting back to redo it. I persisted.

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- D. Thies

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-29-2013
  • Publisher: Terry Spear