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Guardian of Darkness
- De Reyne Domination, Book 1
- Narrated by: Paul Woodson
- Length: 11 hrs and 40 mins
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1200 A.D.—After decades of warring between the Lairds of Kerr and Prudhoe Castle in Northumbria, a tentative peace is reached. The Lady Carington Kerr is sent to Prudhoe as a hostage to ensure her father's good behavior, and a more reluctant hostage there never was.
Small and dark, with emerald eyes and a luscious figure, she is as gorgeous as she is fiery. Enter Sir Creed de Reyne; a gentle giant of a man, he is, by nature, calm and wise. He is the ice to Carington's fire. As Carington resists the attempts to keep her in her English prison, Creed is placed in charge of the captive as both jailer and protector.
Suffering through tragedy and triumph, Creed and Carington have a love that only strengthens with each passing moment. Even when Creed is forced to flee for his life and leave Carington behind, their only thoughts are of being together again.
Creed and Carington must fight for their very survival as two countries and a kingdom seek to separate them.
Contains mature themes.
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Not a New AudioBook!
I already listened to this Audiobook, performed by Brad Wills. Out of all audiobooks re-recorded I’m surprised this one of them, since Brad Wills version is excellent, where Anthony Ferguson sounds good with character performances but his narration of the story sounds like a British Stoner/Surfer. That’s the only description I can think of (you got to hear it for yourself).
If any of Kathryn LeVeque’s books are re-recorded I wish it was ‘ALL’ the audiobooks performed by Daniel Dorse & The Whispering Knight. Those are the only audiobooks I can not repeat listening to, since it was a challenge to listen to, hear and/or understand the first time.
Still ‘Creed’ is one of my favorite of LeVeques’ story characters & I would recommend listening to it which ever narrator you get.
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Heard this one before.
I don’t know if this is a republished book or not, but I’ve definitely heard this one before. It’s good, but I was expecting something new.