On the evening of her first masquerade, shy Elizabeth Anne Fitzgerald is stunned by Tyrell de Warenne's whispered suggestion of a midnight rendezvous in the gardens. Lizzie has secretly worshipped the unattainable lord for years. When fortune takes a maddening turn, she is prevented from meeting Tyrell, but she cannot foresee that this night is only the beginning....
Tyrell de Warenne is shocked when, two years later, Lizzie arrives on his doorstep with a child she claims is his. He remembers her well - and knows that he could not possibly be the father. What is this game she is playing... and why? Is Elizabeth Anne Fitzgerald a woman of experience, or the gentle innocent she seems? But neither scandal nor deception can thwart a love too passionate to be denied...
©2005 Brenda Joyce (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
Brenda Joyce is one of the best authors out their, her story's are tremendous. unfortunately the narrator has managed to devalue the story with her horrible interpretation of the male voices and accents. It was so disappointing that her ridiculous variations of male voices undermined and less this WONDERFUL work of literature.
Since this is a story situated in Ireland, I truly think that unless a narrator can guarantee at least a reasonable attempt at an Irish accent, it should be left alone.Grating.
I dont understand the selection of narrators........but such a talented author should have some input.I just couldn't listen to it.
Someone whose accent wouldn't detract from the story.
I expect that it would have been a good listen......I just couldn't stand it.
I would not recommend this audible book to anyone
who appreciates a well read story. The narration is
simply horrible and the Irish accents are so fake. I was so excited when I saw that this story was to be
made an audible book. It is a shame because this story is so romantic
well written. Will someone please redo this book with
a new narrator!!!!
"The Prize" which has also horrible narration.
Please re-record this book.
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