I loved that Ms. Ashley blended in a mix of all the Mackenize brother. It was nice to hear how Ian, Mac and Cameron were all doing with their new wives.
The book is very similar to Jennifer Ashley's other Mackenize novels.
She does a great MacKenize Scottish accent. It is hard to tell the MacKenize brothers apart however.
All of it. Great Story!
Very Enjoyable. I would recommend this recording to anyone who has already enjoyed the first 3 novels in the series.
Got to know and love the characters in the first book "The Madness of Lord Ian MacKenzie". Even though this fourth book in the series did not disappoint and was almost as good as the others, Ian MacKenzie remains my favorite character.
The Eleanor Ramsey was not a push-over even though still in love with the Duke.
Yes. I have listened to the previous three installments of this series and I think she does a fairly good job. I like it when a female narrator can do gruff, sexy male voices. Ms. Dawe is pretty good in this arena.
There were times I laughed. No crying, but did get anxious a couple of times during the story.
O Day of days when we can read! The reader and the book, either without the other is naught. Ralph Waldo Emerson. I Love to read, a great time for me is curling up with a great book!!!
This was my least favorite book of the series!
maybe it is because my expectation was too high but with Hart proclavities and past history with the heroine, I was expecting hot bookie nookie, a stong heroine who makes him crawl...
but it was not to be
I haven't read the print book, but I can't imagine reading it without hearing Angela Dawe's voices in my head. In fact, I just downloaded the print version of A MacKenzie Family Christmas, now that I've finished listening to the four main books about the brothers. I hear Angela's voices in my head as I read it. I am relatively new to audible.com, but after hearing the four books, I have been searching for other books she reads. I'm ready to pack my bags and head to Scotland after listening!
This is the Fourth book in the series; I recommend starting with The Madness of Lord Ian Mackenzie. The second book is Lady Isabella's Scandalous Marriage and the third is The Many Sins of Lord Cameron. All main characters from the first three appear in this fourth book, and you will enjoy it more in chronological order.
Similar to Maya Banks Scotland books. Strong, stubborn hot men, headstrong women, wonderful Scot accents. What else could you want in a romance?
The family photograph scene towards the end.
Yes, but instead I listened while I did chores around the house. Made folding laundry much more enjoyable!
Jennifer Asley makes you love family in this story. I didn't think any of the brothers in this series would be more interesting then Ian. To my surprise Hart was as complex, interesting, and unpredictable as his younger brother. Hart MacKenzie has sufficed much for his family's security and his career. He is handsome, but has a dark side to his personality that not everyone understands. I would listen to this story again because of the complexity of his character and interaction between the MacKenzie men and women.
I loved both Hart and Ian. Hart for his ability to show commitment to family, intergrity in relationships with friends. Ian is my overall favorite character because of how he demonstrates the same high level of commitment and intergrity as Hart. Between the two of them there is a perfect parternship in profecting the ones they love.
The MacKenzie Brothers series was the first time I listened to Angela Dawes. She was perfect. I enjoyed listening to her.
The interaction between Hart and Elleanor was delightful. Her ability to ignore Hart and proceed with her own agenda kept me laughing.
I can't waite for the series to continue with Daniel Mackenzie.
I found this brother the least compelling of the MacKenzie brothers. Would have enjoyed more of a romance storyline.
I liked this story the least of the MacKenzie brothers series.
Love Lord Mac and Lord Cam!
Henry Cavill, Robert Pattinson
I ignore genre labels. Some of my favorite books are outside my genre comfort zone. Listening to audiobooks is still reading. Not theater.
"The Madness of Lord Ian MacKenzie" may have been one of the best historical romances I have ever read. Everything was spot on. The plot, characters and narrator were all great.
The next two books in the series were disappointing - just OK. I was really hoping the last book in the series would redeem the series overall. It was definitely better than the 2nd and 3rd books, but nothing like the first.
It did a good job of tying up loose ends. But it was at it's best when Lord Ian and his wife put in an appearance. And they didn't appear enough.
I am glad this series is over. I don't have to hold out for redemption. I will just remember Lord Ian fondly and hope the author has another character up her sleeve as wonderful as him in her next book.
Yes!! The story teller has great range and did a perfect highland accent.
The brothers are alike in many ways and yet totally different. Its best to start with the first
book and watch as the family slowly change for the better.
When he first show his feeling for the lady.
I have read all the books so every scene was a favorite.The Duke gets his due
The Duke gets his due.
Another great addition to the series, The Duke's Perfect Wife includes Hart's political ambitions, assassination attempts, possible blackmail, some nice moments with the kids, Ian playing an important role in Hart's HEA, and yes, Eleanor is perfect. A lot going on and the romance doesn't get lost. Very well done.
near the top
Other books in this series. It is set around a family.
I have not listened to anything she has narated before but deffinitely would again. She was great.
This entire series was wonderful. There was a great love story with a little mystery as well. I was very pleased with this book and was sad to see the series over. I hope that she writes another book for this series as there is one more brother left in the family to write about