In this second installment of her breathtaking De Montforte Brothers series, critically acclaimed author Danelle Harmon introduces us to Englishman Lord Charles de Montforte, who awakens in the tender care of an American beauty after being wounded in battle. Amy Leighton has long wished for someone special to enter her life and take her away from a cruel, unloving step-family, but the handsome stranger is from an enemy land...and he's sworn to love another. A 1775-era Cinderella story sure to enthrall!
©2014 Danelle Harmon (P)2014 Danelle Harmon
My favorite books are 'Historical Romance'. A good book takes you away from your everyday life & puts you in the middle of an adventure.
I will not listen to the book again, but will purchase it in paperback and read it. The story line is well written, but David Stifel is ruining the entire series. If you enjoy reading as much as an audio book, I would read this series. The story is a tender love story of two people who both have a sense of innocence when it comes to physical activities. I actually found myself with tears in my eyes during some parts of the story and cracking up at other parts. This book takes you on a journey of self discovery, true love and is a journey. I enjoyed the plot, I do apologies in saying this but the narrator destroys this beautiful story.
Good God. The director is as much to blame if not more than the narrator, unless there isn't a director than it's simply a horrible narrator. I can not put this delicately; Mr. Stifel makes these characters sound thick tongued and simple minded. Why anyone thinks he does this series justice is beyond me.
I really enjoy Danielle Harmon's writing and she has created an excellent series. I pray she never uses Mr. Stifel to narrate another one of her books. He needs guidance and training or turn to narrating college texts.
You aren't ready for the end result; however, all books in series seem to be cliffhangers. This is the second of the series of three. I am credits shy of being in two or three series, and not sure which one I will be getting next.
Second book. The first is THE WILD ONE, and the last is about the third brother.
Interesting voice inflections. Keeps it moving. I wish the accent wasn't British so heavily.
Excellent series...great story lines. I laughed several times. Just the right amount of romance and love. My only negative was the narrator. It's not that he did a bad reading..however, his voice was much too old for the ages of the characters. Garreth is supposed to be in his 20's and he sounds like he's in his 60's...it was hard to relate to love scenes. I can't believe that these things are not considered when hiring a narrator. I find this to be the fact in several audio books. :(
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