Torrian: The Highland Clan, Book 2 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Torrian Ramsay, future laird of the Ramsay clan, learned long ago not to take his family for granted. Without the love and devotion of his sire, he would never have survived the childhood illness that kept him abed for years. Now Torrian is a strapping lad, unrecognizable as the sickly laddie of his past, but one thing has not changed - he will still do aught in his power to make his sire proud.
So when the King of the Scots asks him to enter into a betrothal with Davina Buchan, the daughter of a power-hungry laird, he feels he has no choice. Though Torrian is certain the lass's family has hidden motives, his sire believes in following their king's orders, and besides, the marriage will help keep peace in the Highlands.
Then Torrian meets Heather, a wild-haired lass who's spent the past years living in nature with her wee daughter, away from any clan. With Heather, he discovers that love has a power as strong as duty. To marry as his heart desires, Torrian must prove that the Buchans are not what they seem, but time is not on his side. He will need to rely on his family and friends to help him convince his sire - and his king - that he should be allowed to make his own match.
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|Listening Length||7 hours and 28 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||April 21, 2016|
|Best Sellers Rank||
#92,387 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals)
#159 in Medieval Historical Romance (Audible Books & Originals)
#2,575 in Medieval Historical Romance (Books)
#3,269 in Scottish Historical Romance (Books)
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The villains (yes more than one), were down right awful. I couldn't get over how Torrian (H) fell for his betrothed underhanded tricks. He was so smart the first time, and he doesn't think she will attempt it again? This caused me to lower my rating and that of the King. His reactions to what the betrothed does is mind boggling and he acts as no big deal. Women in the time period the author writes were to be virgins.
There is lovemaking but very mild, 3.5 if that out of 5 heat level. There is an attempted rape scene near the end, so be warned.
There is a slight cliffhanger with one of the villains near the end. I am sure this will play into the next story about Lily. I enjoyed the ending, and how we discover the connection to the h and a family member. I was somewhat sad at the decision of the Laird. I hate to think of these strong character's getting old and passing the torch.
It was nice to see the first generation have major parts in this story. You really don't need to read the whole series, the author does a nice job catching everyone up. As other reviewer's mentioned some of the actions and dialogue were at times modern.
We have no cheating, no cliffhanger for our H/h, we do get HEA and suspense. I did feel a connection to the H/h and they do fall in love fast, but that didn't bother me.
I am not going into the premise as many have explained it better than me, just what you may get out of reading it. (ljb)
IMHO THIS BOOK SHOULD BE MADE INTO A MOVIE ~ YES I WAS THAT GOOD !
I recommend this book to all my reader friends ~ ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS ~ I HAVE EVER READ ~ I am a avid reader ~ I could not put this book down. When, I was bone tired, I had to go lay down and take this book with me.
Thank you ! it was a pleasure to read.
Top reviews from other countries
Honestly, you cannot call this historical romance, you may call it a super modern silly story with people dressed up in costumes.
The dialogues are laughable even in modern standards and the plot is not even remotely believable. I found myself skipping page after page just to get to a point where something actually happens or where a paragraph is meaningful and is relevant to the story.
It took me three days to manage this small book when I finish books twice it's size in two days, this is how boring and badly written this book was.