The only thing more troublesome than a Cynster man...is a Cynster lady who believes love is not her destiny. Famously known in London society as "The Matchbreaker", Henrietta Cynster's uncanny skill lies in preventing ill-fated nuptials - not in falling victim to Cupid's spell. But then she disrupts one match too many and feels honor-bound to assist dashing James Glossup in finding a suitable bride for a marriage of convenience.
If you've listened to more than one Cynster novel, you probably know the formula, and yet, like me, continue to buy because the characters are cozy an..Show More »d familiar.This one is better than some - less repetitive description, more interaction between hero and heroine, and reappearance of characters from older books.If I had one complaint, it would be the paucity of Lady Osbaldestone's acerbic dialogue.(Has anyone else noticed that change of narrators means change in pronouncing her name?)I liked it, which means I will listen to it again - my personal benchmark for any book.« Show Less
The pleasure of your company is requested at the wedding of Miss Eliza Cynster ... but not until she’s rescued from a daring abduction by the mostunexpected of heroes! Brazenly kidnapped from her sister Heather’s engagement ball, Eliza Cynster is spirited north to Edinburgh. Desperate and determined to escape, she seizes upon the first possible champion who happens along - gentleman scholar Jeremy Carling. Villains and rescues are a far cry from Jeremy’s expertise, yet he cannot abandon a damsel in distress. But danger lurks and hurdles abound in their race....
very interesting and enjoyable story, clear presentation, draws a picture and entertains - the strong characters, a villan with whom one can empathise..Show More », a secondary villan who's vileness is reprehensible... thanks« Show Less