He is everything they say he is - arrogant, attractive, devastatingly seductive - and Iphiginia can?t help but be enthralled. But when Marcus agrees to play along with her charade, she doesn't know that the determined earl has plans of his own: to tease and tempt her, until the beautiful deceiver becomes more than his mistress in name only.
©1994 Amanda Quick; (P)1994 Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Publishing, Bantam Doubleday Dell Audio Publishing, A Division of Random House, Inc.
The quality of the production was bad. The background noise was overly loud and there was music placed at odd intervals. My advice is to stick with the written book instead with this one.
Addicted to Audible......well.....healthier than smoking, right?!
I like Amanda Quick.
Don't really know, since I stopped listening during first chapter. Unable to understand Harriet Walter's reading. Very poor audio quality!
Improve audio quality, never had this problem with any of your books.
Don't know, sorry!
I enjoy historical, paranormal, and contemporary romance. Also steampunk, sci-fi, fantasy, suspense, and fiction. I'm open to about anything
Sure, an abridged novel has all the essentials, but this was definitely worth the extra time spent listening. I really wasted a credit with the purchase of the unabrided version. Besides which, you don't want to miss a word written by Amanda Quick.
Listening to this book is one way to beat road rage, the story was ok but Amanda quick has better ones
I bought this book to listen to a story not music. The Music coming in all the time over the narrators voice was painful. Story line was good and I enjoyed that
I didn't realize this was abridged until too late. It is typical Amanda Quick, the story is so-so, perhaps better if it were unabridged. The narrator was OK, personally I was glad it wasn't the usual woman. So, if this is your thing, and you're looking for a quickie listen, there is nothing 'wrong' with this one.
Very picky when it comes to narrators.
I liked this one when I read it, and I like the audiobook. Harriet Walter does a great job with the narration. Too bad they didn't get her to read all of them. Stay away from any books read by Ann Flosnik.
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