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  • My favorite of the series

    The Highlander’s Secret Vow is the fourth 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. While I truly enjoyed the others, this is probably my favorite so far. I just adore Knight’s mix of sweet, sexy, mystery, suspense and a little humor. These books are so easy to listen to and Liam and Cora are particularly endearing. Most of the conflict come from external sources so there’s little unnecessary angst. I also love that she gives the characters plenty of time to get to know each other and I always feel like they’re perfect for each other. The pacing of this one was fantastic with a big rescue, travel, a battle, and several people who can’t be trusted. I really loved the ending and the chance to do a little catching up on the other Sutherlands. I do admit to wishing one character would have fallen off a horse or something given their behavior, but Knight is kinder than I am. Looking forward to the final book of the Sutherland siblings, featuring Blair, The Highlander’s Enchantment. Narration: Antony Ferguson continues to be a great match with Knight’s writing and these characters. It’s so easy to dive right back into this world with Ferguson in my ears. Content Warning (may contain spoilers): Attempted rape. The same antagonist tries twice. I would consider the description of the first attempt minimal on details, but it is mentioned several times. The second is a present-tense attack that features physical assault & ends in the female character fighting back & nearly killing her attacker.

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