The MacKinnon Clan
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    The Honor of a Highlander: A Novella: The MacKinnon Clan, Book 1 | April Holthaus

    The Honor of a Highlander: A Novella: The MacKinnon Clan, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (4 hrs and 16 mins)
    • By April Holthaus
    • Narrated By Melissa Carey
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    Laird Rory MacKinnon set out to join William Wallace after discovering an imminent threat that the English have planned an attack. Raised as a warrior, he has given his heart and soul to fight for Scotland's freedom, until he meets a lass who has captured his heart like no other, Lady Annella. After a brutal attack on her land, Rory discovers that Annella has been taken prisoner by the English. Now Rory must fight; not only to secure his own clan's freedom but to save the woman he loves.

    If you want to be put to sleep buy this book

    I am a great lover of audio books. I have to say this is one of those that I was glad I fell asleep. So I read the book, the story was good but the a..Show More »

    Reviewed on 17 June 2015 by Maria Tippett ()
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    Escape To The Highlands: The MacKinnon Clan, Book 2 | April Holthaus

    Escape To The Highlands: The MacKinnon Clan, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (5 hrs and 7 mins)
    • By April Holthaus
    • Narrated By Bill Dick
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    Her enemy was the only one she could trust... Jacqueline Renold, an English born lady is the sister to the king's executioner. In love with one man and forced to marry another, she feels no different than the prisoners below in the dungeons. After witnessing one too many Scots hung by the noose, she makes a decision that would change her life, she frees the prisoners. Knowing her actions are treason, she flees to Scotland with a bounty on her head...

    Awful to listen too

    I love the stories April Holthaus writes, but the narrator of this book made it very tedious to listen to. Thank god I have the written book as well. ..Show More »

    Reviewed on 17 August 2015 by Maria Tippett ()