Set in the opulent world of the 18th century aristocracy, Lucinda Brant delivers another delicious 18th century romantic experience. High drama, witty prose, a deft palette of historical detail, and a weave of subplots will keep you mesmerized from beginning to end.
England, 1763. The Earl of Salt Hendon and squire's daughter Jane Despard share a secret past of mistrust, heartache, and misery. Forced into a marriage neither wants, the patient and ever optimistic Jane believes love conquers all; the Earl will take some convincing. Enter Diana St. John, who will go to extreme lengths, even murder, to hold the Earl's attention. Can the newlyweds overcome past prejudices and sinister opposition to fall in love all over again?
ARRA Awards Finalist 2011 Favorite Historical Romance
©2011 Lucinda Brant (P)2014 Lucinda Brant
I haven't read this book
I couldn't pick just one. The story is one that is constantly moving.
This was my first experience of this Author.
I just couldn't stop listening......then I was disappointed when it was over.
Lucinda Brant is an author who has made a very considered selection of narrator when choosing Marian Hussey........a faultless reading with great characterization
Most definitely. The story is wonderfully written and thoroughly captivating. The hero and heroine are truly people you find yourself rooting for. As they wade their way through misunderstandings and other obstacles to their love you feel every heartwrenching moment right along with them. I love it.
I have read all of Lucinda Brant's novels and find them to be in a class by themselves--rich in historical detail, full of well-drawn characters, and thoroughly entertaining clear to the very last page.
TOO MANY TO LIST!!
Yes, most certainly. I nearly did.
Wonderful book, excellent narration.
I have alway enjoyed being read to, but when found audible it was a dream come true, love listening to books
Yes, it was such a wonderful story about salt and jane
When salt finally gain the truth about his cousin Diana
She did a wonderful job,, I hope when Ms brant next audible book come out she has Marian Hussey narrate them..,,
It didn't make me laugh or cry it just keep interested.. It was very well written and good story all the way to the end...
I truly looking forward to her next books on audible I enjoyed listen to salt bride so much on audio....
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Some series books don't leave you hanging from book to book. The ending of this book had a prologue to book 2. I felt a little bit disappointed with the prologue. And the last chapter of this book I felt could have been condensed. It just seemed to drag on. It jus wasn't one of my favorites.
Salt Bride is my all-time favorite Georgian Romance by Lucinda Brant. I’ve read the 1st edition so many times I’ve lost count. So I was quite excited to pre-order the 2nd edition with its beautifully updated cover and to find out there’s now an audio version available, it was like Christmas in July for me.
Marian Hussey did a spectacular job in bringing all the characters in Salt Bride to life. Whether you’re a reader or not, I would highly recommend you try this audio version. It made me fall in love with all the characters all over again.
I won a free copy of this from the author, but I would’ve bought it in a heartbeat.
Now, I am excitedly anticipating the release of Salt Redux’s audio version.
"great book read well"
One of my top books,
Jane, Lady Salt she is a strong and amazing woman
no this is my first so nothing to compare it to
the end always moves me when, Salt talks and explains what he has discovered.
I found that Marian Hussey's voices in the beginning of the book didn't match the characters she was reading but as she got in to the story and the different characters I found that the book started to come alive for me
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