I really enjoyed Wild Wicked Scot– I liked the way the main character grew and the tension created by her existence as a dependent female, a pawn in men’s games. She starts off so naive and, like many women of the time, with no clue about what’s really going on around her. But she’s not happy about being a pawn to be traded and bargained. She just deals with it by throwing a fit basically – but as the story progresses and she has to deal with issues she grows into someone less naive – determined and brave.
I also loved the second chance romance element. Watching the couple discover the numerous mistakes they made and try to find a place to start anew, while uncertain if they can trust the other.
I liked the narration by Derek Perkins – the female voices could get a little squeaky as they often do with male narrators. I’d say a B+ narration ad I enjoyed the male voices and even the female ones for the most part.
Berls enjoyed the 2nd chance romance in Wild Wicked Scot. 4/5 stars! #audioreview Click To Tweet