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Product Details

  • Series: Campbell (Book 3)
  • Audio CD
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio; Library - Unabridged CD edition (March 30, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1452636516
  • ISBN-13: 978-1452636511
  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 0.9 x 6.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)

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"A fast-moving, emotionally intense and heart-wrenching love story filled with unexpected twists and a romance to make your heart sing." ---Romantic Times

About the Author

Monica McCarty is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of numerous Scottish historical romance novels, including the Campbell series, the MacLeods of Skye series, and the Highland Guard novels. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband and their two children. Visit her at monicamccarty.com.

Roger Hampton trained as an actor in Scotland. He has performed on stage, radio, television, and film and is a busy audiobook narrator and voice-over artist.

More About the Author

Monica McCarty is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of 15.5 (and counting!) Scottish Historical romances, including her current Highland Guard series (THE CHIEF, THE HAWK, THE RANGER, THE VIPER, THE SAINT, THE RECRUIT, THE HUNTER, THE KNIGHT (novella), THE RAIDER and THE ARROW). Her books have won and been nominated for numerous awards, including the Romance Writers of America's RITA, RT Book Reviews Reviewers' Choice, the Bookseller's Best, and Amazon's Best Books of the Year. Known for her "torrid chemistry" and "lush and steamy romance" as well as her "believable historical situations" (Publishers Weekly), her books have been translated and published throughout the world. Monica's interest in the Scottish clan system began in the most unlikely of places: a comparative legal history course at Stanford Law School. After a short, but enjoyable, stint practicing law, she realized that mixing a legal career with her husband's transitory career as a professional baseball player was not exactly a match made in heaven. So she "traded" in her legal briefs for Scottish Historical Romances with sexy alpha heroes. When not trekking across the moors and rocky seascapes of Scotland, Monica can be found in Northern California with her husband and two children.

Visit Monica's website at: www.MonicaMcCarty.com
Find Monica on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/AuthorMonicaMcCarty
Follow Monica on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/monicamccarty

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It's very creative.
ashley templar
I enjoyed it completely and would recommend it to anyone who likes the Highland Romance stories!
J. Short
I have been collecting all of Monica McCarty's highlander books;this series is a must read.
Kay Campbell

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Baazumi VINE VOICE on April 20, 2009
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Having just read the first two enjoyable books in the authors new Trilogy, "Highland Warrior" and "Highland Outlaw", I was really looking forward to reading the final installment, "Highland Scoundrel", the story of the eldest brother Duncan. As the story unfolds ten years ago, when Duncan and Jeannie first met, it held my interest, but once the story goes into present time, it degrades to endless, and I mean endless, pages and pages of redundant inner dialog, rehashing again and again the same emotional issues. The same can be said for the lovemaking, pages after pages of the exact same descriptive language you've read many, many, times over. If I were to average it all out, I would say 25% real story, 40% rehashing of emotional issues and 35% rehashing of lovemaking. I can only shake my head in puzzlement how other readers could give this book a five star rating, and truly wonder if the author has lost her clarity. Why would ANYONE want to re-read the same thing over and over and over again? Very, very, disappointing!
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jody Allen on March 30, 2009
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Highland Scoundrel was a great read because Ms McCarty knows how to create wonderfully complex heroes. Duncan has been wronged by a lot of people but the one that hurt him the most was Jean Grant. When he finally returns to the Scotland to reclaim his right to his homeland he must use her to get to the bottom of what happened to make him labeled a traitor.

What I enjoyed the most was the incredible angst of the situation that both Duncan and especially Jean found themselves in answering the age old question... how important is "family/clan" loyalty when it clashes with the love of your soulmate? Ms McCarty didn't make this a cookie cutter fix and the reader was held in the story to the final pages. The added pluse was the appearance of Jamie and Lizzie and their spouses from the first two books which brought this whole trilogy full circle to a very satisfying end.

The only draw back to this and other of her books is that she uses a bit more narative than I like, but that is a personal preference. However, for those readers who love Scottish romances, she offers something much more than the typical "kinna/dinna" books by effectivly using Scottish Gaelic. She also knows her Scottish history shown by her use of the word "tutor"

But most important she, unlike so many other Scottish romance writers, knows that Scottish Whisky is never spelled with an "e".
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M. Nix on September 16, 2009
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It was love at first sight when Duncan Campbell spotted Jeannie Grant at Stirling Castle. But fate tears the young lovers apart when Duncan is framed and convicted of treason. Escaping to the continent to avoid the hangman's noose, Duncan leaves everything he's known behind, including the woman whom he loved and was betrayed by. Now, Duncan has returned to clear his name and to do that he needs Jeannie's help. What he finds instead is himself at the wrong end of a pistol.

Jeannie can't believe the man she shot is the same man who abandoned her ten years ago. Duncan has returned to Scotland and is demanding her help, but though she wants to aid him, Jeannie has secrets of her own she has to protect. Yet, Jeannie finds she can't allow the man she once loved to be put to death.

As Duncan and Jeannie search for the truth, each finds that the lust - and love - they once felt for each other has never died. But with time running out and Duncan's enemies closing in on the pair, the lovers must decide if they can learn to trust one another again and bare all their secrets for a chance at a love that has stood the test of time.

Deception, warfare, and intrigue provide the perfect backdrop for this stunning romance from Monica McCarty. Highland Scoundrel is everything a historical romance should be with its engaging blend of fact and fiction combined with characters who will grab your heart and a plot that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

What I love about Highland Scoundrel, indeed about all of Ms. McCarty's books, is that each character feels real.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Debra A. Qualmann on March 29, 2009
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I read Highland Warrior: A Novel & Highland Outlaw: A Novel and all I can say is with each book the story only gets better and better.

Duncan fell in love with Jeannie Grant and she fell in love with him. The polictics of the Highlands would pull them apart, causing them to distrust each other- to be manipulated and set adrift by family.

Duncan Campbell's is a bastard, and a man who has something to prove. His integrity and honor surpasses any Highland Warrior--even after he is driven from the Highlands because of lies--he becomes well-renown on the contenient.

Upon his return, he finds Jeannie Grant, now Gordon, a widowed, with two children--and the only person he knows who might be able to clear his name. Jeannie only wants to protect her son--Duncan's son--the reason she married another man--and now Duncan if he learns of the child's birth will endanger his inheritence and live by merely acknowledging him as his son.

The romance in this was compelling and made this one a real page turner!!
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