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  • Good ending to the series

    The Highlander’s Enchantment is the fifth & final book in the Sutherland Legacy series by Eliza Knight. Again, while each book stands on its own – characters and a few minor events from previous books are mentioned and it’s best to listen to these in order. I admit that the missive in a bottle “set-up” didn’t really work for me as it felt too contrived. That said, once Blair and Eden were together I was as in love with this story and the characters as all the others. Poor Eden just wanted to be a respected warrior and he’s suddenly thrust into being Laird and investigating his brother’s murder. Blair was mostly content to remain the overlooked baby of the family, but she does long to find love, marriage, and a home of her own. My favorite part of these stories is that Knight creates angst for the couples from external sources. While they have periods of getting to know each other, there’s no pointless relationship drama. Eden & Blair are no different – they are drawn to each other and quickly interest and lust turns to love. Despite a somewhat chaotic backdrop, they are adorable together. The people of Rose castle have a traitor and murderer in their midst. Even after Connor’s death various people are nearly killed and distrust of the newcomer makes Blair the focus of their suspicions. While keeping them anonymous Knight includes a few creepy sections from this person’s point of view and I liked that it took a while for me to guess who they were. Again, a great mix of sweet, sexy, mystery, suspense, and peril. It’s a great series that I’ve enjoyed listening to every book of. Narration: Antony Ferguson is again a great match with Knight’s writing. He does a wonderful job with voices, accents, and emotions. I really enjoy how he brings all the unique personalities to life.

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