This story was good, as are ALL of Elizabeth Hoyt's, but the Raven Prince and the Leopard Prince had better stories. Moira Quirk was incredible as always! If you've read the above two books, this is worth adding to your library.
I enjoyed this book. There were a few too many trials and tribulations. I would have liked more character development.
This book had an interesting storyline. Like the other books in the series, the middle of the book drags a little. The series draws you in, and it is enjoyable to read about this family. I think there could have been a lot more character development in this story. I was not totally in tune with the characters' thoughts and feelings.
The narrator is great! This Duke really grew on me as I read the books (I won't even try to spell it). I liked the female lead as well. Lisette was so annoying! (as she should be)
Don't start with this one. You need to hate this Duke for a while to appreciate his good side. Start with An affair before Christmas.
This narrator is like an old friend. I'm glad she's done all the books in the series (that I've listened to, at least). This was not the best in the series. Slow to start, it got more interesting later on. Maybe it's because you see part of this story in the previous books of the series. My favorites of the series are An Affair Before Christmas and A Duke of Her Own.
The narrator was great, the characters were sweet, and the story was interesting. Random thoughts: some steamy scenes, fairly predictable.
I enjoyed this whole series. Only the second two books are available on audible. I had slight misgivings with the initial premise of the book, but I enjoyed the character development and poignancy of longing. The narrator of this book grew on me.
The stories are engaging and the characters are interesting. Ashford McNab does a great job with the voices!
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