A cunning, ruthless, yet irresistible rake, Anthony's sensual blue eyes speak of pleasures beyond her imagining - and Roslynn, believing his passionate promises will surely lead to disaster, dearly wishes she dared to surrender to such a man. But denying her heart may cost the exquisite Highlands lady an unparalleled love hotter than flame and more precious than the rarest jewel.
The saga continues: listen to more romatic tales of the Malory family.
©2008 Johanna Lindsey; (P)2008 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
"[Johanna Lindsey] creates fairy tales that come true." (Romantic Times)
I am now addicted to Johanna Lindsey's books. I'm sorry it took me so long to discover this series.
This was delightful. Lindsey's books are quite humorous (I sure hope that was her intention) and the characters are colorful and interesting. This book is no exception. I truly enjoyed this.
The one negative I can point to is that the narrator's Scottish accent sounds like an Irish brogue and was a bit distracting. But I've already downloaded Book 3 in this series.
I found that since I rarely have time to actually read, listening to books while I am busy, I can enjoy the books AND complete tasks.
LOVE this book. Funny, touching and a joy to read.
All of the Mallory books are enijoyable, yet this one is my favorite I think.
Enjoyed the first book of the Malory Family series. REALLY enjoyed the second. Again, Merlington was wonderful.
I feel really stupid that I let the offer of three romances for 2 credits dupe me into downloading this shallow, ridiculous book. It was like one long advertisement for other books in Lindsey's Mallory series. Here's the thing - once I finish a romance - which is pure escapism - I do not want to revisit the characters in their wedded bliss. The tension and the conflict of their story is done, and Lindsey's insistence on giving old characters cameos in other books just dilutes the dramatic tension of the new book. I don't care about them anymore and I want to get to the fireworks between the new characters. I grew up on Lindsey and some of her early works were among my favorite books as a teenager. But in this book, the characters were very poorly drawn - all stock figures interchangeable from other books - the world-weary rogue, the innocent yet incapable heroine and the Scottish duenna. Get rid of this last character, Johanna, please. In fact, unless your last name is Gabaldon, can we all agree to stop writing and reading about stereotyped Scots? The narrator was also dreadful. I mean, really dreadful. Her idea of a male character is gravel in the voice. It sounded so ridiculous. For a really good romance with well-developed characters, a decent plot and great romantic tension AND A GREAT NARRATOR check out Josie Lytton's "Dream of Me" series. I want my two credits back.
I found this book boring, and quite difficult to finish. The plot started out all right, but the author couldn't bring it off. The heroine is stupid, and the hero unpleasant. This is the last Johanna Lindsey book I try. The narrator is also quite annoying.
I stopped listening to this narrator half way through the story. Accents were absolutely awful. Scottish accent terrible and english accent worse.
I love romantic historical novels.
Yes. This series is one of the best. The books is fun, romantic and sexual.
There is a lot of them. when Roslynn gets mad and speaks with a Scottish accent. When Anthony being teased by his brother James. And many more
I just love her. Makes the book come to life
I laugh a lot.
Johanna Lindsey is one of my fav author. She is a fantastic writer. The book is fun and you just cant wait to get the next one.
And the saga continues. The Mallory family is a radical collection of loveable scalywags and Johanna Lindsey knows just how to tell their stories. Tony takes his turn in the firing line of cupid's arrows. His lady love is going to fit right in to the family. If she and Tony can just get to the point of trusting each other all should be well.
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