Another excellent book in this series. On to book 5. I totally recommend this series so far every book has been great. The narration is very good too. Hopy you all enjoy as I am.
This was a fun read. I really liked Charlie/Charles, she/he was quite funny and witty. She was a strong heroine not whiny and wimpy. She got herself into lots of antics and mishaps for sure. The hero was just okay, not much depth or intrigue with him. The dialogue was good. There was a decent sex scene. Even the sexual tension was mild. I do think the attraction between Radcliffe and Charlie could have been better. Although, through most of the book Charlie was playing Charles so it did make it difficult, although Radcliffe did find himself attracted to a boy. LOL
The narrator did a pretty good job and I would listen to her again.
Credit Worthy? Sure.
This is a great series! Loved it. Strong Heroine and Hero. Great story and plot, lots of witty dialogue, hot and steamy sex. All the ingredients for a great book. A must read or listen series. I read along on my kindle.
Read/Listen to them all:
A Rogue by any Other Name- The Rules of Scoundrels Book 1
One Good Earl Deserves Another- The Rules of Scoundrels Book 2
No Good Duke Goes Unpunished- The Rules of Scoundrels Book 3
I am so looking forward to Book 4!
The narration is decent enough.
Credit Worthy? Yes all of them are!
This was a good read/listen. It was fun. I do wish there had been more dialogue in the book. There was not enough of that. The hero and heroine were both strong characters. The heroine was not whiny or wimpy, she was very likable. Loved the maid Elise, she was funny. There was no hot and steamy sex to speak of until the very end and it was not extreme but that was okay.
The narrator did a decent job, however, she could have made the men's voices sound a little more like men. If she does that in the future she will be a great narrator. Her reading voice was excellent.
What a fantastic book. This book was so enjoyable. I love the hero and heroine. This book was funny with witty dialogue throughout, a great story and some hot and steamy sex. I totally recommend this book to any Historical Romance reader. It's really too bad that third and final book in the series in not available on audible. And if it ever does become available (my fingers are crossed) it will be narrated by Tavia Gilbert! She did an absolute splendid job as usual. She made this book even better.
Books in this series are
The Rake (Lessons in Love) Book 1
London's Perfect Scoundrel (Lessons in Love) Book 2
England's Perfect Hero (Lessons in Love) Book 3 (NOT ON AUDIBLE) sad about that....
Why does audible put only a partial series on audible??? its so annoying..
AUDIBLE PUT THE LAST BOOK IN THIS SERIES ON AUDIBLE PLEASE!!!
What a great book. Fantastic characters, dialogue, and story. I listened/read this book in one sitting. I enjoyed every single second of it. The narration made a great story even better. Strong funny, witty characters, wonderful dialogue, hot and steamy sex. I really like this author she is a wonderful writer. If you are a Historical Romance fan you will love this book!
I absolutely love Tavia Gilbert she is my all time favorite narrator. 10 stars for the narration.
Credit worthy? 100% YES
This was a very good book. The story and concept was really good. I really loved the heroine Tassie, She was beautiful, delightful, funny, witty, charming and strong. Not at all whiny and too delicate. The hero, Marcus was strong and handsome as well. All the secondary characters we fun as well. There was sex in the book not much but enough. There was of course sexual tension throughout the book though so that satisfied.
The author did a great job with all the characters, If you like HR novels you will enjoy this book very much.
The narrator did a great job, I would listen to her again for sure.
This book is definitely credit worthy!
This was a pretty good story. I enjoyed the spunky heroine, Storm. She was a strong, funny and an honest (she spoke her mind) character. The hero was hot and sexy. Before reading this book I had done some research to see if there was any sex in Hannah Howell books or if they were rated G books. I like my books to have some sex (not 50 shades of grey but at least some sex). Well if anyone is is wondering, YES there is sex in Hannah Howell books, and plenty of it. Its not graphic in detail but there is plenty of it for sure.
There is a lot of dialogue in this book too so you are not just reading thoughts of the characters all the time, they actually speak to each other and that's always good. I really hate when there is no dialogue in books.
The narrator did a good job, but be warned this book has a lot of Scottish dialect to follow, ken what I mean??? LOL
Oh wow cant I say that is good about this book? The narrator! That's it. This has to be one of the most annoying, frustrating books I have listened too and at times wanted to throw my iPhone.
GRRR Repeating feelings over and over and over again.. OMG how many times can we listen to this girl THINK about how he cant find out about her secret.. Seriously, pages and pages of her thoughts then 2 pages of something else then another 30 pages of her thinking again about the same darn thing! There is no dialogue to speak of in this book its all thoughts and feelings (of the same thing) and not even story. I read along as I listened. He asks her a question, read 5 pages of her thoughts and then she answers and you have forgotten what he asked her, and have to go back and re read what the questions was.. Then 30 pages of her thinking he cant find out her secret. Its like this throughout the book. KEEP YOUR SECRET LADY!.........UGH!!!!
Credit worthy. NO!! The writing is so repetitive its insane.
Narrator is one of my favorites and she did an awesome job!
This was a very good book. The heroine, Lily, was strong, funny, and witty. Just loved her character, no whinny wimpy simpering girl here which is so refreshing. I really love it when an author makes her characters strong. The Hero, he is was just as awesome, strong, and masculine. There was plenty of dialogue so they actually communicated with each other rather than just assume what the other is thinking. Again refreshing.. There was plenty of hot and steamy sex. The story line is really good too. All in all a great read for sure.
This is my first Rosalyn Landor listen. And I enjoyed it. I think she did a great job. She could have eased up on the Alex's voice a bit and not make him sound so hard all the time. Otherwise the narration was good.
Credit worthy? Yes, for sure.
This may have been better than the first book, and the first book Mistress of Pleasure was really good. Great strong characters, great story, witty dialogue, hot and steamy sex, its all here.
At the beginning of the book I did think I was reading the books out of order. However, I finally realized that what was happening with the main characters, Alex and Charlotte was also happening at the same time as what was happening in the first book with Maybelle and Edmond. I know that sounds confusing, but its not really. You will figure it out. You're not reading out of order. Book 1 is Mistress of Pleasure and Book 2 is Lord of Pleasure.
Ahh if all men were required to attend the School of Gallantry, that would be treat. LOL
The narrator did a good job, but again, just as in the first book she pronounced the "ton" as the "tone" which was annoying. Historical Romance readers know what I am talking about. Otherwise she did do a very good job.
Definitely credit worthy.
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