Lady Phoebe Johansen embarks upon her first season with two goals in mind - to remain unwed and scandal-free in London. It isn't that she is against marriage, and if her situation were different, she would welcome the opportunity for love and children. It is just not practical. Unfortunately, her older brother is smothering any chances she has of actually enjoying the season out of fear her impetuous nature will land her in predicaments more ruinous than the physical mishaps she had suffered at home.
Great story, wonderful characters, twists and turns, suspense but freeing fun.... this book had it all.NARRATOR : Very well done. I can't e..Show More »ven recall because it felt real and I just heard the book. THAT is a very good narrator. CREDITWORTHY? YES!!HEAT FACTOR: steamy where it needed to be... but well done!« Show Less
Sabrina Chester has been a servant at Lady Davies Academy for Young Ladies for the past four years. Until her father's death, which left her destitute, she had been one of the affluent students. Sabrina is rescued from her plight by Marius Parker, who finds himself stranded in the last place he wishes to ever be. Upon learning her identity, Marius is convinced treachery is afoot. He is acquainted with the uncle and cousin of Lady Sabrina and both are wealthy, affluent gentlemen of society.
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Emily Frasier has lived as the ward of Duke Ellings since her father died when she was 15. She also knows that soon it will be time to leave his household and make her way on her own. When she discovers a cottage while visiting her aunt and uncle, she knows this is where she wants to live and become a teacher, as her father once was.
This is a decent enough story, maybe medium heat. Narration is fine. Ending is so stupidly abrupt, it's like the author was called away in a rush. ..Show More »No epilogue, and SERIOUSLY needs one to make up for the ending.« Show Less