The Royal Spyness series continues with an all-new mystery of "the British monarchy...a wedding in Transylvania...[and] wonderful characters." (#1 New York Times best-selling author Charlaine Harris).
Penniless and 34th in line to the throne, Lady Georgiana Rannoch finds herself in a truly draining state of affairs. To escape her hateful brother, Georgie accepts an invitation from the Queen to represent the royals at a wedding in Transylvania. But at the macabre- looking castle, Georgie finds the bride with blood running down her chin, and a wedding guest is poisoned. Now it's up to Georgie to save the nuptial festivities before the couple's vows become: to love and to cherish, till undeath do them part.
©2010 Janet Quin-Harkin (P)2010 Audible, Inc.
I love the Royal Spyness series! The story is entertaining and extremely well written. The narrator is TOP NOTCH! This series is fun and light.
IT'S WONDERFUL TO BE TAKEN BACK TO A TIME IN HISTORY IN SUCH AN ENCHANTING WAY. I HAVE READ ALL HER BOOKS AND HOPE SHE WRITES MANY MORE. JR MCCOY
I was surprised at who-dun-it...
Katherine is a wonderful reader...Coco
All these books are great pot boilers
A lover of cozy mysteries, contemporary romance and getting lost in the world of audiobooks
This book is one of my favorite books in the Royal Spyness series. There is a lot of adventure & some new characters, but the best part is all the narration of the different foreign visitors. Great cozy listen!
I couldn't get through to the end. Too many foolish characters and squawky voices. I'v enjoy'ed "Royal pain" very much. Maybe silly Quinny with her terrible voice and bahaviour of mentally handicapped person makes this book undigestible.
This is much worse than previous to me.
Sometomes nice, sometimes overdone.
I do not think so.
I learn English as a third language and I listen English audiobooks to improve my understanding of speech. For this purpose KK different accents are useful.
Imagine my surprise to find this story takes place at Bran Castle, which I had visited a few months ago. This made it even more entertaining as the author wove in some historical facts in with the fiction. The narrator does a good job with the different voices, though some become a bit annoying in their tone. However with a cast of so many characters, it's remarkable to keep them straight. There are enough twists and turns to keep one guessing and wondering. All in all, I enjoyed it and will definitely happily follow Lady Georgiana n another adventure.
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