This second volume in Emily Bold's mystical series about Samantha Watts and Payton McLean, a cursed Scotsman from another era, takes listeners on a thrilling journey across time.
After winning the battle to break a centuries-old curse, Samantha and Payton thought nothing could stand in the way of their happiness. But all too soon they learn the horrifying truth: Their struggle to keep Payton alive has only just begun. Samantha ventures into the past, back to 18th-century Scotland where it all began - and back into the arms of Payton, the handsome young Highlander who stole her heart. Will they unlock the secret to the legend of the five sisters in time to make their dreams come true?
©2012 Emily Bold. English translation © 2014 by Katja Bell. (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
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I am sure some of the scottish slurs would be hard to understand in print but the narration makes it easier to understand.
I have never listen to her narration before these two books and I am not a big fan of her voice. It has a whine to it.
Breath of Yesterday by Emily Bold
This is the second book to The Curse. I hate the voice of the narrator however; the book is really amazing if you can get over the whine of her voice. The story is brilliant and loops everything from the first book together. The author is obviously very creative and intelligent to pull off a book like this without getting everyone confused or leaving missing pieces. GREAT READ!
This book would be with that I listen to relax, something like a moment of mental hygiene.
This book is much better. The plot is captivating, exciting, with amazing moments of adventure and with some revelations about what and how everthing started.
What can I say? I like Justine Eyre. Her voice is lovely, and she takes the listener to dive into the narration,
LOVE this series. I wish she would write more books. Listening to this made me feel like a part of the book.
"Great listen on the long road"
I listened to the first of this series and the narrators voice is tough at times but not bad. She does a great job switching between characters.
I get five stars to this book enjoyed both it and the first part first book enjoy the intrigue the action some of the mystery overall I thought it was excellent it was definitely worth purchasing and reading or listening to
I wouldn't bother, it's ok but fairly trite - don't think I'm the target audience ah well!
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