A very different story than your usual Historical Romance. I enjoyed the School of Gallantry that was a lot of fun. The hero, Edmund, and Heroine Maybelle were strong fun characters. Maybelle's grandmother, a courtesan was a riot. Plenty of hot and steamy sex is always a plus too.
The narrator did a great job. the only thing I didn't like was that she pronounced the "ton" as the "tone". If you are Historical romance reader you know what I am talking about. otherwise she did a great job.
Someone complained that the chapters were too short, that's a dumb complaint.. just sayin..
This book was good. The characters were very likable and i enjoyed them. The story was good, and so was the concept. The book consisted of 80% hot hot hot steamy sex, many sex scenes throughout the entire book. I think the book would have been better with little more story. If you are looking to read a very sexual book this one is for you for sure... I am no prude at all and pretty much only read books with sex in them, however this one went a bit far and I found myself skimming though to get to the story line. Which as I said above was good along with all the characters.
The narrator did a decent job, I would have liked her male characters voice to be less feminine but all in all she did a good job. Credit worthy? Yes it was.
Elizabeth Hoyt is a wonderful author. I love her fairy tales too. I really enjoyed this book. The story was good and the narrator just makes this book so much better. I enjoyed the Maiden Lane series so much, I was so happy to see this Raven Prince series come out on audible. The first book in the Four Soldiers series is good but unfortunately the narrator is not so good and I was only listened to the first book. UGH.. If you enjoy historical romance novels you will enjoy Elizabeth Hoyt. I am now a fan.
I am moving on to the second book of the Raven Prince series, Leopard Prince.
Moira Quirk is fantastic, one of the best narrators. Worth the credits and dollars.
Historical romance junkie. Who doesn't love romance?
This is my favorite book out of this series. You have to read Outlander to understand what is going on but trust me its well worth it. The characters become like friends and you find yourself caring about them and there story while learning a great deal about Scottish history. Outstanding book.