Jo Beverley continues her winning streak with this brilliantly woven tale of romantic intrigue.
Returning home from the battle of Waterloo, Major George "Hawk" Hawkinville discovers his father has squandered away the family estate. To keep his home, Hawk decides to marry Clarissa Greystone, a contemptuous gold-digger, who’s vast fortune isn’t her only asset.
©2001 Jo Beverley Publications, Inc. (P)2002 Recorded Books, LLC
"Head and shoulders above the usual Regency fare, this novel's sensitive prose, charismatic characters and expert plotting will keep readers enthralled from first page to last." (Publishers Weekly)
The main characters
How the main character needs to marry to save his estate and the people who live there.
He makes you feel the strain of the descissions that have to be made by the male character.
When the heiroine does not give up.
This book was more interesting than the reviews would have made you think.
I couldn't get into the story because the reader was boring.
This is not a problem with the author but the performance of the reader
He was boring and makes the story hard to follow
I would not select a book with this reader again.
This book is enjoyed most when one has read all the preceding books in the series. It can be enjoyed as a stand alone, however it is much better in the context of the other books.
Bought this book at a sale and had a great time listening to it. The story line was fun and exciting (my first book in this series but after this one I will certainly buy more).
The narrator is amazing!!!
Story line has romance, action, plot twists and fun characters.
Love it !
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