He was her bitterest enemy….
Ash Turner has waited a lifetime to seek revenge on the man who ruined his family—and now the time for justice has arrived. At Parford Manor, he intends to take his place as the rightful heir to the dukedom and settle an old score with the current duke once and for all. But instead he finds himself drawn to a tempting beauty who has the power to undo all his dreams of vengeance….
And her dearest love
Lady Margaret knows she should despise the man who’s stolen her fortune and her father’s legacy—the man she’s been ordered to spy on in the guise of a nurse. Yet the more she learns about the new duke, the less she can resist his smoldering appeal. Soon Margaret and Ash find themselves torn between old loyalties—and the tantalizing promise of passion.
©2011 Courtney Milan (P)2011 Audible, Inc.
Interesting story, nice twists, romantic. What really impressed me and made it come to life though was the narration by Ms. De Leeuw. Her characters and emotion and perfect timing made it simply wonderful. Looking for more books narrated by her! Mrs. B.
It was OK, predictable.
Affected. Her voice was grating at times, trying too hard to portray a snobbish affectation. Voices of different characters sounded the same. She does have a clear, easy to understand narration.
I was disappointed in this book, given the positive reviews. I liked it enough to finish it, and enjoyed parts of it. There were excruciatingly long passages of characters' thoughts, many times repeating the same thoughts/worries throughout the book. Ash was likeable, but way too good to be believable. Margaret had no backbone; the scenes with her father made me wonder why she bothered. The premise was a good one, plot was interesting, but characterizations, repetitions, and sleep-inducing internal monologues made this a 3 star read at best.
There was not one character I found likable--she was too spineless, he was too nice, and all their family members were horrid.
There was not one part of the story I found likable--They fell in love immediately, I got tired of hearing about his disability, I got tired of her putting off telling him who she was (though it would have been obvious to even a blind man,) I got tired of all their repetitious internal dialog, and I got tired of looking for even a hint of humor and finding none.
Narrator was unbelievably dull.
Believable. Sexy. Enjoyable.
I liked Margaret because she had a back bone. She wasn't a simpering miss and finally took a stance against her brothers and "tradition." I liked Ash because he was a very strong character and every inch the Duke. He was a self-made man who cared deeply for his brothers.
Rebecca De Leeuw brings the story to life. She helped my visualize the characters in my mind which made me enjoy the book even more.
I really like this book and I am anxious to hear Mark's and Smit's story.
Retired RN High end of middle age or short end of old age! Adore Christian fiction, sci-fi fantasy, and mysteries.
I found the language and content so obscene that I did not finish listening to the first chapter to even see if it had a plot. Nothing to listen to on an IHome, If books had ratings, this should be an X
Feast For Crows While Fire and Ice is earthy, the saga is fascinating to read, see, or hear.
The author created a world with credible personalities that brings this beyond a simple fantasy.
I would like books to have a rating from audiobooks to indicate if the book is appropriate to be listened to by anyone, of only with earphones and an Ipod.
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