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Almost a Lady | [Jane Feather]

Almost a Lady

Independent and inquisitive, Meg Barratt wants nothing to do with any stifling society marriage. Meg yearns for the kind of passion that exists only in books - until a violent storm lands her on the high seas with the most dangerous and seductive man she's ever encountered. For Cosimo, women are objects to be manipulated. But when the seafaring assassin accidentally kidnaps Meg, he must reconsider his position. Recruiting his unsuspecting captive for the danger ahead is far more challenging than he expected - and far more seductive.
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Rosalind Ashford’s lilting British narration of Jane Feather’s Almost a Lady plunges the listener immediately into Meg’s world. The third in Feathers’ best-selling Almost trilogy, Almost a Lady takes the listener on a voyage with the independent and adventurous Meg, who is unwilling to be shackled to society’s notions of marriage and family. Unwittingly, Meg gets her chance to resist these notions as she is whisked away by the arrogant sea Captain, Cosimo. He is as drawn in by her unconventionality as she is by his power, and their journey’s tumult mirrors their relationship. Listeners will be rapt as Ashford spins Feather’s tale with elegance and intrigue.

Publisher's Summary

In this exhilarating novel of romance and intrigue, New York Times best-selling author Jane Feather tells the tale of an adventurous young woman and the hardened spy who is unexpectedly - and most inconveniently - captivated by her....

Independent and inquisitive, Meg Barratt wants nothing to do with any stifling society marriage. Meg yearns for the kind of passion that exists only in books - until a violent storm lands her on the high seas with the most dangerous and seductive man she's ever encountered... or imagined.

For Cosimo, women are objects, to be manipulated for business or pleasure... sometimes both. But when the seafaring assassin accidentally kidnaps Meg on his latest mission, he must reconsider his position. Recruiting his unsuspecting captive for the danger ahead is far more challenging than he expected - and far more seductive.

©2013 Jane Feather (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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    "GREAT BOOK, GREAT NARRATION"

    I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this book. It's an intriguing story with plenty of Feather's usual romantic sensitivity and accuracy in historical detail that is brought to life by this reader. Narrators always leave an impression on me, sometimes good and sometimes bad. They can make or break a book. This narrator IMHO brings just the right tone and feel to "Almost A Lady" and its fascinating characters, and doesn't disappoint with her adroit ability to create unique and very distinct characters. I've enjoyed several of Feather's books and Ashford's narrations, and this one is very nicely done--well worth a listen, a good audiobook.

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    "Great Book Poor Narration"

    The book has a great storyline. However, the narrator leaves a lot to be desired. The age and voice of the narrator is all wrong for the history of the book. It comes across as being from a story during WWII not in the very early 1800's. Narrators don't normally leave any impression on me but this one definitely did.

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