I can't say because I don't want to ruin it for potential readers, but this one surprised me!
Arrrggghhh can't say because it'll ruin the story
Tough call... maybe after the ball...
I need book 5!!!
This was a very slow to start book. About 1/3 into the story it picked up and was GREAT!
The narration was good as always.
This is not as good as the first story in the Scoundrels but it is still pretty good.
I used to whistle while I worked. Now I read a book!
I may have missed something, as I have not read the previous books. But,I don't think I'll be going back to read them. I don't know, but it just didn't ring true. One sister turns up being two? I know one is supposed to suspend reality, but really.
No. I'll just choose more wisely. Live and Learn.
First time, and probably last.
Yes I can. Just not one I would watch.
I would have trouble deciding which of the four books in this series is my favorite. They were all good stories with enough plots and twists to keep my interest. The performances were great. I really enjoyed the series, and the way each sotry builds on the past stories. I thought they were worth the credits.
I thought this series was very interestingly based on the cast of Oliver! How clever to give it a subtle sense of that story.
Susan Erickson did a good job on the narration.
I can't wait to get the next Lorraine Heath audio book. What a great way to take a walk or work in the yard, and still get to hear a great story!
This story was good however, Book 3 is my favorite. I truly love the "scoundrels" and truly would love to read MORE. The narration is excellent. If only Susan Ericksen could narrate all Lorraine Health's books.
Wag More Bark Less
What a great book to spend the weekend with. It is well worth the credit. I love this author.
While I only gave this story 4 stars instead of the 5 that I gave the rest of the series, it was still very good. It is the story of James Swindler, former street urchin and current inspector at Scotland Yard, and Eleanor/Emma Watkins. They meet when Miss Watkins comes to London to avenge the death of her sister Elizabeth, who was "ruined" the year before by the scoundrel, Lord Rockberry. She begins following the Lord, who promptly goes to Scotland Yard and claims that she aims to murder him. Swindler is assigned to follow her, making sure that she poses no threat, and their relationship develops.
The relationship between the two is sweet and ingrossing. The romance is hot, but again, not vulgar, and the love seems real. However, there is a lot of extra plot that seems to be a bit much: murder, poisonings, misidentifying of the sisters, etc. Still, I loved this series and am sad to see it end. Overall, a very good listen.
I am enjoying this series. They are light reads but not lacking in quality. The author has done a great job and the reader is so good. If your looking for a light read but nothing too intense these are great. They have all the care and development but remain fairly light and totally enjoyable.
Didn't think I'd have enjoyed this book as much as I did, nor the series for that matter. The reader kept me totally interested, and Antony Ferguson was excellent!