This 3rd and final installment of the Lost Lords of Pembrook series was just fantastic! Loved every bit of it. The narrator was superb!! The entire series is fantastic. I posted in my last review the order of books and will do so again for guidance. Keep in mind the first book is not available on audible yet but I read it and it was wonderful too.
order of books
She Tempts a Duke
Lord of Temptation
Lord of Wicked Intentions.
Loved this book. I really liked Jordan Trent's character. He was hot, sexy, and smart. I really liked Audrey's character as well, she was smart and strong, not wimpy and simpering. There was great sexual chemistry and a nicely written sex scenes. Lots of great dialogue. A fun story line and plot. Some crazy people, a bit of mystery and murder. This was a fun story to read\listen to.
The narrator was just great. All the characters had their own distinct voices, and she did the men's voices really well. I like Marian Hussey as a narrator.
NOTE-If you read this series start with Scots, Spies, and Salacious Lies. Its 3 novellas and helps with understanding all the characters as this series continues to develop.
I have already started the last book\novel (there is one more novella after this) in this series, A Lady Revealed, which is not listed with this series on audible but IS available on audible.
The Tenacious Trent's Reading order:
Compromised for Christmas (novella) (story one in Scots, Spies and Salacious Lies)
Landing a Laird (novella) (story two in Scots, Spies and Salacious Lies)
A Misguided Lord
A Perfect Gentleman
Devil in Her Dreams (novella) (story three in Scots Spies and Salacious Lies)
A Lass for Christmas (novella)
A Reluctant Rake
Lady Disguised (novella)
Hope this helps.
I really liked this story. I wasn't sure about reading about a vicar but this was a good one. There was sexual chemistry and a sex scene in this book. I liked the hero and the heroine as well as the rest of the characters. There was a bit of mystery thrown in to this story line and plot. Lots of great dialogue and things happening in this book.
The narration was great. I really like Marian Hussey. She gives everyone their own distinct voice, and does the men's voices very well. I do speed it up sometimes to 1.25 speed and its great.
I really liked this story. The story line was good. I really liked how strong the heroine was. She was not whiny, simpering or stupid. Some reviews on amazon didn't like the hero. I did. He had some father issues, (his father was a total jerk) but he got past them and was great.
There was great dialogue and chemistry between the hero and heroine. Nicely written sex scenes too.
The narration was very good, all the characters had their own distinct voice and she did the men's voices great. I did listen to it on 1.25 speed which made it a perfect speed.
Credit worthy? Yes.
This was a great story. I loved it. I liked the hero and the heroine was great. I liked that she was a barmaid and he was a duke. Made for a great story line. I loved his mother's character too. There was lots of dialogue, great chemistry and fantastic sex.
The narration was too slow on regular speed and I sped it up to 1.25 speed and it was perfect! I loved the narration. She did the heroine so great with her accent. She also did a great job on the men's voices, they sounded like men. I would totally listen to this narrator again!
This story was great, the hero and heroine were fantastic characters, strong, smart, and witty. There was lots of dialogue, great chemistry and nicely written sex.
I read the first 2 books in this series before they were available on audible. I was excited to see them all become available.
The narration was fantastic! Made the story that much better. The narrator did the men's voices great. Everybody had a distinct voice. Good job Carolyn Morris.
This was a fun story and would have been great had the narrator been better. The narrator was awful. The men sounded like old crotchety, scratchy voiced men. It was almost unbearable to listen to her do the hero's voice.
The story itself was good, I liked the Freaky Friday twist. There was lots of good dialogue. Sexual tension and one well written sex scene.
A strong hero and heroine. The Heroine was not whiny, shy and whimpering, which is a plus in book. The hero was strong and handsome (but did not sound that way due to the awful narration)
Narrator Veida Dehmlow should practice doing men's voices or don't narrate.
I don't usually ever read novellas but I really liked this narrator and took a chance. I am happy I did. These 3 novellas were fun to read. They were short and to the point quickly. No fillers. A very nicely written sex scene in the first story and sensual attraction in the second two stories. There was lots of dialogue throughout all three stories. This is my first Jane Charles read and I really like her writing style.
I would definitely read more of her books.
I have to point out that the Narration was just fantastic! 10 stars!! I could listen to Marian Hussey narrate every historical romance novel. She does a great job on giving everyone a distinctive voice and a fabulous job on the men's voices.
This was a nice story. A bit of fluff for sure, but it was nice. I liked the heroine better than the hero in this story. She was a strong, smart, and witty character. It could have been shorter by a couple of hours. There was 1 nice sex scene but I thought the sexual tension was lacking a bit or maybe it was the chemistry. It was also missing any plot or mystery and no surprises at all. Very predictable.
I wont be racing to read another of this authors books.
The narration I thought was very good. I think that is what kept me interested.
This was an okay story, not nearly as good as the second book. I liked the chemistry and the bickering between Juliana and Simon "The Duke". The story was good. I would have liked there to be a better ending with the mother, ie, she deserved to get exiled or something without a penny. But unfortunately that was left with no resolution.
The narration was not the best. I thought the narrator did the men's voices better than the women's. She made Juliana sound like a wretched old crow most of the time, especially when she was angry. And she should never do an Italian voice ever again.
What a disappointing story. I loved the first 2 books in this series and was really looking forward to this one and it was not good at all.
This book was lacking in every department. The plot, the story line, the chemistry, the characters, the character development, a terrible hero and boring heroine.
And the title of the book makes no sense. There was no schooling of any scoundrel.
This book needs re written in its entirety to come close in comparison to the first two books.
The narration was okay, not the worst and not the best.
Credit worthy, No, not to me. Especially if you listened to or read the first two books.
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