2013 Readers' Favorite International Book Awards Medal Winner
Jane and Salt-four years of happily ever after...Sir Antony Templestowe-four years of exile...Lady Caroline-four years of heartache... Diana St. John-four years plotting revenge...The time has come...
How does a brother cope with life knowing his sister is a murderess? How can a nobleman have the life he has always wanted when a lurking evil consumes his thoughts and haunts his dreams? What will it take for good to triumph over evil? For listeners who enjoyed Salt Bride, the story continues...
Salt Hendon series, Book 2
Character-driven romantic suspense.
Non explicit (mild sensuality).
©2013 Lucinda Brant (P)2014 Lucinda Brant
I recognized characters from Salt Bride.The story was fast-paced yet unpredictable.It evokes many emotions....a lot of tension.Great attention to detail.
I can honestly think of no comparable book.........totally individual.
I have listened to Marian Hussey before and now she is one of my favourites.I have checked which books she has narrated so I can purchase.What I like is that she has a 'natural' accent....unforced .....unlike many others. Great, believable characters, excellent dialects.
Impatiently awaiting more from this collaboration of author and narrator.Brilliant.
I enjoyed these two books...I laughed and chuckled quite a bit. The narrator was just okay for me. She read very fast at some points and her voice tone tended to grate on my nerves. She is not the worse but,she is not the best I've heard either. That being said, the series has kept me amused and entertained. For this reason, I do recommend it is worth a credit.
Before listening to this book, I was hoping we'd get to catch up with the characters from the previous book. Afterwards, I was wishing it could have been about the hero and heroine.
I'd want to read reviews first. I liked the previous book, but this one was too much.
The near ration didn't really stand out to me.
It needed to take a different direction altogether.
Yes I would recommend this audiobook to a friend because I found that it was brilliantly read and the story flowed.
When Tony was in his bath and Caro decided to have her heart to heart.
At the end with Tony's gift giving
When Tony was in his bath it made me chuckle at Caro's need to talk even though it wasn't appropriate
yes very much so
In Salt Bride I felt that Marian Hussey took a while to get into the book, but that wasn't the same in this book I felt she had a feel for the characters this time and I really enjoyed it. Well done brilliant.
"Historical romance at its best"
Engagingly written and beautifully told. The first book was superb and more dramatic, however this is still brilliant. Enjoyed it!
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