Of course none of the males of the Bar Cynster are alike and why should they be? In this story, the listener is treated to a clear characterization of Vane Cynster, Devil Cynster's second in command. This story takes you on a wonderful journey wrapped in a hint of mystery, passion, and love. Vane is a typical Cynster male, while his female counterpart, Miss Patience Debbington shows you don't have be born a Cynster to make others bend to your will.
From 1 to 10, I will rank it in 8
When Patience was jealous of Vane's cousin and they meet at the fountain
I don't know.
The plot was quite decent, but I found my self laughing at the amount of description and detail for the many sex scenes
Tell us about yourself! Attorney/Rancher - eclectic taste in books in both fiction and non-fiction. Preference for British authors in mysteries, love well written dialogue and hate historical fiction.
Who reads this nonsense? It must be women whose television channels no longer carry the Bachelorette. I wish there was a rating for negative five.
A Rake's Vow is another of Stephanie Laurens amazing Cynster novels. The storyline was not my favorite of the four I have listened to, but who can resist a Cynster.
Patience and Vane. Patience was strong and willful, I like seeing that in a romance novel; no mamby-pamby females for me.
Vane. Simon Prebble is the only one who can do the Bar Cynster voices as far as I am concerned. The deep rumble, the stern, forceful tenor, both very sexy. I think he does the other voice really great also. Being a diehard Dick Hill fan, it is difficult to listen to women perform male voices although there are some who do a fairly good job, however, it is wonderful to know that there is another very strong, sexy male voice to perform romance novels. I will always listen to Simon Prebble.
The relationship between Vane and Patience kept me anxious and aroused (during their lovemaking) and there were a few places I laughed.
WOW !! I would recommend this book to anyone who loves a good, strong romance with intrigue and suspense.
Enjoyed this installment of the Cynster series. Not quite as fond of this female character as I was of Devil's bride. But really do enjoy listening to these. No, they are not challenging as far as how they will end. That's not why I listen. As an escape they are fun, and how the author gets the characters to the end is what's enjoyable. As always, love this narrator.
I love this series and always look forward to the next book. This is my first Stephanie Laurens series and I will read more from this author. Simon Prebble did great with the narration.