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The Black Storm
- De Reyne Domination, Book 2
- Narrated by: Paul Woodson
- Length: 8 hrs and 10 mins
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Ridge de Reyne (from The Red Fury) served both Henry III and Alexander, King of Scotland, but royal appointments were ultimately not the life he wanted. Determined to make his fortune and become a powerful warlord in his own right, Ridge has followed the tournament circuit for the past few years, accumulating wealth and making a name for himself as the unbeatable warrior known as The Black Storm.
Enter Lady Catherine de Tuberville.
Coming to the prestigious Durham tournament with her brothers and mother, Catherine is overwhelmed by the pageantry and spectacle of one of the largest tournaments in the north. In a chance meeting with Ridge, she discovers a handsome, kind, and somewhat shy man she's quite interested in. But her mother has other ideas.
When Catherine's mother insists her daughter find favor with a brutal, immoral knight who is the son of a French count, her underhanded actions could bring about the destruction of everything Ridge and Catherine hold dear. It's mother against daughter in a battle of good versus evil, with the prize being Ridge's very life.
With neither lady willing to surrender, it's an epic battle in this stunning medieval romance.
Contains mature themes.
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- Nobody's business
Least favorite of all Kathryn's books.
This was not a favorite. I didn't care for the narrator. He mispronounced several names, of key characters. I hope Kathryn will not use him in future books.
Kathryn never disappoints when she brings us an amazing story! She has me just staying up late to see what is going to happen next.
Paul did a good job narrating it. He has a great accent.