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Garwood once again created outstanding characters and their banter is the best element of the book. Heather Wilds is an EXCEPTIONAL narrator and is only second to Kate Reading in my opinion. This book is not as good as The Bride, but is still great and credit worthy. If you enjoy Garwood's characters then you will like these as well. I actually liked the first half of the book much better than the last half. The first half had me laughing and crying. Then it seemed to slightly flatten out, but I still enjoyed it very much.
This is a good story...not exceptional...but I truly enjoyed it.
I especially enjoyed the back and forth between Amanda and Hadliegh. They weren't the main couple...but were actually extremely entertaining. I would have enjoyed a story of their own...but not to be! The characters dialogue was entertainng and we'll written.
I'm glad I listened to this story...but it didn't make me think of it for days after I finished it...so it's just a good story.
It was an easy listen and I looked forward to listening to it everytime I could....but I didnt lose sleep or work time to listen.
Get it on sale...it's worth that!
The youngest Sinclair brother Garrett is finally home to marry before the curse destroys Pembroke or more importantly the family fortune is given to the horticultural society.
This book is short...a novella....and I wished it was longer....but i wished all the Pembroke Palace books were longer.
Garrett and Anne are a great couple and super sexy. You won't be disappointed with the romance in this novella.
There is a lot of history revealed in this novella which added some mystery and answered some questions.
Love this series and Love the Sinclair family!
I was so excited to hear Blake Sinclair's story. As with all the other Sinclair siblings, he too has something in his past that creates issues he deals with...but poor Blake has an extra little something to deal with! But there is the beautiful, feisty Chelsea to get him through it all.
This book started wonderfully. I loved Blake from the previous books and was so glad it was his turn to fall in love. I was immediately enthralled and didn't want to hit pause....then it took an odd turn. The plot was kind of strange and I felt really uneasy about how Chelsea was using "Jack" and the fact that her family was encouraging her. I really hated the lies and wanted them to end so bad because I loved Chelsea and Jack as a couple. But the book would be boring without any bumps in the road.....and ride is so worth it!
The Earl is so hilarious. ..he gets funnier with each book. He just struck me as extra funny in this book. MacLean just is a great writer of dialogue and shines at character development.
Rosalyn Landor is A-M-A-Z-I-N-G as always! Listen to the whole series....you will be glad you did!
The Sinclair family is quite a scandalous bunch...and none more so than little sister Charlotte.
I wish the book was longer because with an hour and a half to go....all kinds of sparks started to fly. I mean so much could have been done with these last elements, but maybe the author was just ready to wrap the series up.
This book has very little plot other than being a book about a casual love affair....but the Pembroke series drags you in and you enjoy all the siblings stories. Charlotte and Drake do have a steamy love affair.
It was nice to hear about Adelaide and William as well....heartwarming addition to the story. The end of this book gets really interesting ....oh what a tangled web!
This book wraps up everything in a nice bow. ..but I wish there were more siblings to write about.
MacLean is great at character development and dialogue. I really love her style!
Landor is an awesome narrator!!
Listen to the whole series - you wont be disappointed!
Although there were times I thought this short story didn't seem to follow what we had learned about Adelaide and William over the series of books, I still enjoyed it and thought it was a nice addition to the series. It seemed a bit inconsistent with past references to their relationship but still told the story.
I hate that the series is over!
I was so excited to start the second installment of the Pembroke Palace books.
This book started out in a flurry of passion and the excitement just continued on!
In the first book we found that Lord Vincent had good reason to be cynical and despise his brother. While I felt for him they way he was written made the reader not like him that much. So as the second book started I found it hard to immediately care for Lord Vincent. Cassandra on the other hand captured my heart right away.
The characters are so well written and developed. I was swept away and never wanted it to end. Supporting characters returned from book one and were a great addition and important to the book...not just wall dressing.
I could barely pause this book I wanted to see what was around each turn.
Don't miss this series.....it is quickly becoming one of my favorites.
First off Rosalyn Landor is AMAZING. She acts out the book...not just reads it....If the character is breathless...she reads it that way! SUPERB!
Rebecca and Devon are a great match. I didn't want this book to end but when it did...I immediately downloaded the second book in the series and started it the same night.
This book is definitely not for the listener who wants PG love scenes. These aren't over the top...but they are super steamy!
I highly recommend this book and am already enjoying the second book.
Loved it loved it loved it!
Gerri Russell does a great job creating stories that are different than the usual romance. Once again she has a different plot that keeps you interested and wanting to see how everything plays out.
Claire & Jules's relationship is so ... Well...I don't know .... I just liked them so much. She is a strong woman and is a real challenge for the stubborn Jules.
We get to se some of our favorite characters from "A Laird for Christmas" and they make this book that much more enjoyable.
Read this series...and let's hope more books are to come. This is a fabulous romance!
Bachelorette in historical Scotland....very different start to a book...6 suitors...how could a girl choose?
Loved this book, because it was so different from most that I have read recently. The storyline with six suitors competing to be Lady Jane's husband. There was excitement, danger, & love.
I enjoyed all the characters and hope to see all of them in future books. The plot and characters were really well developed.
Buy this book...it's really inexpensive and save your credits for more expensive books.
This is a PG romance book. If you are looking for steamy love scenes...this is not the book for you. If you want a hero and heroine that want to deny their feelings until they can deny no more....then this IS the book for you.
The author tries to use alcoholism as a issue in the relationship...but she doesn't use it to make the book too serious where it brings you down. Which is obviously not the way alcoholism usually plays out in people's lives....but it's a fiction romance book.
I usually don't like male narrators but I really enjoyed this one. James Langton is the best male narrator I have heard yet.
This book is a good easy listen....It is a cheap book so it is worth the price. I wouldn't use a credit simply because it is cheap.
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