Loved the development of the characters of st vincent and evie. I loved the return of Ivo Jenner who was a character in previous LK books. St Vincent became the perfect rake turned hero. I was impossible not to love him by the end, I thought the narration for the whole series was quite good.
This audible book has everything it needs to be great and it is. Rosalyn Landor is one of my favorite narrators she captures each characters essence. This book is about Evangelines story the shyest of the wallflowers who blossoms while married to London's biggest and most sexiest rakes. Listening to this book never fails to put me in a good mood.
what can i say? after reading and hearing too this book?
i feel i have no words yet i can not write this review
this is the kind of book that deserves prizes!!! def best romance best hero and best heroine
and most definitely most surprising
after reading the first 2 wallflowers books i could never have imaginated that this one was going to be my favorite by a long shot and that st vincent was the perfect romantic hero
no matter how hard you tried by the end of the book you love him its impossible not to
And little shy evie she is so different from what seems
she is a strong woman and fighs for what she wants and there is no thing is isn't capable of doing for love as always lisa kleypas shows me that even do i have read more books that i can count i can still be supricied and enjoy a well written story . best kleypas book best kleypas hero : ) a most read!
I love to read! With kids, that hobby is impossible...enter Audible...problem solved. Chores that I dread are now quiet time for this Mommy!!!
I am addicted to Audiobooks, and this series is one I will listen to again and again! Evie is this one character that I wanted to learn about, and the fact that Sebastian's character is finally fleshed out was very satisfying! I would definitely recommend you read them in order...worth the wait!
Love, trust and growth
Sebastian the devil. Poor guy trying so hard to be hardened and filled with ennui. He surprises himself and others by caring.
They were all fun --- really enjoyed Sebastian and Evie
Hard to pick one moment. There were many. Roared with laughter several times, when Evie got her back up and stubbornly did not give in, leaving Sebastian nonplussed.
I loved reading the book and so appreciated Rosalyn Landor's narration. She did a splendid job of bringing the various characters to life. Her narration resounded with the characters voices I had heard reading the book. Bravo for Rosalyn!
I read so I can write
The really good thing about this series is how Kleypas continues developing all of the heroines in each of the stories, not leaving one behind as her story is featured. It makes it hard to pick a favorite heroine or book. Overall it is a great series. Looking forward to the final story.
A perfect match with an unrepentant rogue, a shy wallflower and an unconventional storyline. Throw it all together and you have a truly enjoyable read that you can't put down.
Remind me again, where did I leave my ipod?
Evie has a spine of steel, even if she has a stammer. After her relatives make it clear that she will be locked in her room to starve until she agrees to marry her slovenly cousin, she runs away . . . right into the arms of the biggest rake in town.
St Vincent is light in the purse, so much so that he attempted to cut in on his best friends girl, a wealthy heiress, and run away with her to Gretna Green. That plan falls apart, but not before Evie realizes he's in the soup as much as she is, so she turns up on his doorstep late one night and proposes a bargain: he marries her for her money, and she gets away from her awful relations. It's meant to be a loveless arrangement for mutual gain, but of course it doesn't stay that way for long.
There is a fair bit of drama in this one, and a scene in which someone's life is saved from a festering wound by unusual means. I'd love to know how factual that process was, historically speaking.
Lots to like in this one. Pretty steaming too.
I would absolutely recommend this book. It's a great listen and read.
Lord St. Vincent is the best character. His character arc is moving and having been introduced in the second book of the series, one appreciates his development.
Great voice actress who changes the tenor of her voice to clearly represent each character. This includes accents. Very well performed.
I recommend the entire Wallflower books. This is Ms. kleypas' best series.