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Ghost: Lords of Carnage MC, Book 1

Ghost: Lords of Carnage MC, Book 1

Written by Daphne Loveling

Narrated by Troy Duran and Jillian Macie


Ghost: Lords of Carnage MC, Book 1

Written by Daphne Loveling

Narrated by Troy Duran and Jillian Macie

ratings:
4.5/5 (18 ratings)
Length:
5 hours
Publisher:
Released:
Sep 11, 2018
ISBN:
9781541444010
Format:
Audiobook

Description

CAS

They call me Ghost for a reason. Silent and in the shadows, I don't make my move until I am absolutely sure of everything.

Four years ago I was sure about Jenna. My best friend's kid sister had grown up into a spitfire I couldn't resist. One night we stopped resisting . . .

We promised we'd keep it a secret. It was a one-time mistake, but we'd put it behind us. Jenna left but I kept my word.Jenna tried to get out of our corrupt town, but it pulled her back in again. Now she needs help. She needs protection. I'll do all of that for her, if she'll just shut the hell up and let me. She can even keep all of her secrets, except for one . . .

JENNA

The Lords of Carnage MC has haunted me from the moment I was born. No matter how much I try to get away, they are there—waiting to pull me back into the life that stole my father, my mother and then my brother from me. The ghosts of my past keep rising from the dead.

Now the past is stirring again and all I want to do is run away. I'm back in the world I fled, and the secrets and lies of my whole family are about to be laid bare. But it's not just me anymore. I've got my little boy to look out for, too. I'm his only family. And his father has no idea he exists.

I swore I would never go back to the MC. I swore I would never make the same mistakes again. But making mistakes with Casper Watkins is too hard to resist . . .

Contains mature themes.

Publisher:
Released:
Sep 11, 2018
ISBN:
9781541444010
Format:
Audiobook

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  • (5/5)
    ... 'she failed to free her mother from her cage but ... her mother's suffering had not been in vain'I very much enjoyed this last of the Highland Guard series. (Hold for a few moments of heartfelt sobbing as this reader farewells a series she's absolutely loved! I can see a binge reread happening in the very near future!)The turning of a 12 year old into a committed and fervent supporter of the Scottish King when Joan Comyn is forced that day to watch the torture of her mother Bella McDuff, forges the steely conviction to do all she can for the Robert the Bruce. She swears it on that day.Now Joan, disinherited and declared a bastard is acting as her cousin's maid, is a spy within the English court, gathering secrets and delivering them to the Bruce. By the Way, Joan's cousin is a piece of work; demanding ,selfish and vain. I really don't like her, and seems neither do many others.Alex Seton is a Scottish border lord, who once stood with Bruce . He turned away from that allegiance in an attempt to look for a better way for the ravaged borderers. He is now labelled 'traitor' by his highland brothers. Alex has been set to find the traitor in the English court. He is a man who stands firmly by his knighthood oath of chivalry and honor. That oath will be tested beyond endurance as he searches for the unknown enemy, The Ghost. Meanwhile, Joan is attempting to find out what Scottish and English lords have or have not sent forces, troop numbers and locations and likely attack areas so that the Bruce can strike a telling blow against the English army and their Scottish supporters. The stakes are high!This was not my favourite amongst the Highland Guard books. I really see it as a 4 star read but I rounded that up to 5 when I considered where it sits within the series, the magnetic appeal of the whole series, and the appropriateness of the mystery of Ghost being unveiled as the 'tour de force', in a fitting manner as the last of the series.A NetGalley ARC
  • (5/5)
    Another wonderful Highland Guard Novel by Monica McCarty. This time the Guard is a woman. She has quite a great reason to enter the guards, but does so "under cover. Of course some of the other guards enter the story also as well as other main characters from previous books. Its a comfortable read both for the new and remembered characters. Great plot and lots of action. Great read.
  • (5/5)
    It seems like I've been waiting forever for Ghost, I'm so impatient, is it Alex or not. Now my torment is over...no it's not, it's Joan Comyn and Alex is on the hunt for the Ghost's identity. This final instalment is full of tension and suspense as Alex and Joan fight against growing feelings for each other and then for their beliefs. A great story, well worth the wait for me. As always Ms. McCarty includes interesting historical facts from that time and separates what was fictional in the story for entertainment. I will miss the Highland Guard, I guess I'll have to start from the beginning again...which isn't too much of a task. 5/5
  • (4/5)
    The Ghost by Monica McCarty is a 2016 Pocket Books publication. I was provided a copy of this book by the publisher and Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. I have had this book for a little while, but I’ve put off reading it because it is the final book in the “Highland Guard’ series, and I really hate to see this series end. This twelfth installment features Joan Cromyn, a spy for the Scots, living in England with her cousins after she is stripped of her inheritance. She does her job so well, she had been dubbed, “The Ghost.”Alex Seton was once in the guard, loyal to Bruce, but the war has dragged on for so long, he lost faith, believing that unless he could convince the English to work on a truce, the war would never end. To that end, Alex switches sides, hoping to find a way to end the war. He has been commissioned to flush out the ‘The Ghost’, but he never anticipated running into Joan, Bella MacDuff’s beautiful daughter. He is shocked at how he reacts to Joan, but of course the couple can never have a life together, because her step-father would never allow her to marry a traitor. Can Joan convince Alex to rejoin ‘The Guard’, and fight once more for his own country?Alex is perhaps the gentlest member of ‘The Guard’, and melted my heart. He is known for his gallantry and is teasingly referred to as “Sir Galahad”. What he tries to do here is something that has happened in all wars, when weariness settles in and no solution seems forthcoming. However, the English are just as mulish and he soon finds his heart and loyalties are torn more than ever before. Joan, is an outstanding spy, and her boldness has only grown over time. But, it’s possible she is being watched and could be in grave danger. But, falling in love with Alex was never her intention, and it certainly complicates matters for her. What will Alex think if he ever discovers the truth?I really enjoyed this last installment as it has a sentimental tone to it. The story highlights the strain and long term agony of war, and the toll it takes, but was also one of the most romantic and sensual stories of the series. I think Joan helped Alex find his way back, and Alex proved to Joan that there really are good, honorable men in this world. I will really will miss this series. It is one of the very few that actually incorporated authentic historical detail, proving that historical accuracy enhances the romantic elements, and paints a realistic depiction of medieval days, the harshness of war, the grand love affairs, and the intense passions of the Scottish people. Overall, the series closes on a high note with a special happily ever after.