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A Highland Handfasting

By: Parker Daniels
Narrated by: Andy Barker
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When proposed to by Edan, an arrogant MacDougall warrior and her father’s favored suitor, Ragan MacDougall’s prompt response is a firm and definite no! She’ll have nothing to do with an arranged marriage, and will only marry a man whom she loves.

However, when the laird discovers his daughter has rejected the highlander, he orders that she marry the man at once! Being the spirited lassie that she is, Ragan defies her father at the annual May Day festival and handfasts with the intriguing Saxon knight, Warrick Vymont.

Learning of what his daughter has done, her father banishes her from his home. Forced to travel with Warrick to his ancestral keep as his “temporary” wife, Ragan uncovers a mystery that is as old as the castle stones themselves and a love for her Saxon husband which promises to span just as long!

©2022 Jennifer Hatton (P)2022 Jennifer Hatton
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  • 19-10-22

Good Story but the Narration...

Loved the Story. Lousy Narrator. He needs Voice Lessons. The women sounded like men. Also voice was tinny.