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  • Hardly Even Rich

  • A Short Story
  • By: Dennis Canfield
  • Narrated by: Nick Podehl
  • Length: 58 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Overall
    4.5 out of 5 stars 6
  • Performance
    4.5 out of 5 stars 6
  • Story
    4 out of 5 stars 6

Three million dollars, illegal drugs, and a woman with a violent history - what could possibly go wrong? Brian Jeffries is a life insurance agent who's willing to cut corners if he must to sell a policy. It's all fine until the death of a client puts everything he values at risk.

  • 5 out of 5 stars
  • WHAT A TANGLED WEB WE WEAVE...

  • By Victoria Haugen on 09-10-18

Exciting Short Story Thriller

Overall
4 out of 5 stars
Performance
4 out of 5 stars
Story
4 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 10-15-18

Hardly Even Rich by Dennis Canfield is an exciting short story that is well written with a few twists at the end of the story. Without giving anything away, our "hero" is a life insurance salesman who bends a few rules to get a commission to help support his stay-at-home wife and a daughter. After he sells insurance to a friend without disclosing that the friend occasionally smokes pot in order to offer him a lower rate, the friend ends up dead only a few months later. When the widow threatens to expose the salesman for knowing about the pot smoking, he jumps through several hoops in an attempt to appease the widow to no avail. The rest of the story focuses on how he can escape the mess he finds himself in.

Although the audiobook was just one hour, it certainly packs an entertaining punch and was a stimulating listen on the morning commute to work. Nick Podehl was an excellent narrator and he had differing voices for both male and female characters. Simply put, I'd listen to anything written by Dennis Canfield.

  • Match Me If You Can

  • No Match for Love, Book 7
  • By: Lindzee Armstrong
  • Narrated by: Tiffany Williams
  • Length: 6 hrs and 5 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Overall
    4.5 out of 5 stars 8
  • Performance
    5 out of 5 stars 8
  • Story
    4.5 out of 5 stars 8

Football star Wyatt James messed with the wrong quarterback, and now he’s paying the price. After falling for the same girl, Wyatt ends up blamed for a career-ending move that gets him traded from his dream team to the B-list Los Angeles Coyotes. Now he’s starting over in a new state while praying the scandal doesn’t get picked up by the press. With his life in total upheaval, he’s only certain of one thing - he’s never falling in love again. 

  • 4 out of 5 stars
  • Wonderfully narrated sweet romance

  • By Eline @ Lovely Audiobooks info on 09-19-18

Modern Day Retelling of Pride and Prejudice

Overall
5 out of 5 stars
Performance
5 out of 5 stars
Story
4 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 10-09-18

Match Me if You Can is a fun contemporary romance with realistic characters and snappy dialogue. It is the 6th book in the No Match for Love series by Lindzee Armstrong, which follows the employees and clients of the matchmaking company Toujour. Unlike the other books in the series, the couple in Match Me if You Can are not set up on a date through Toujour; rather, Tamera is a past client who was set up on a date in the first book.

Tamera now wants nothing to do with dating after her fiancé dumped her for her sister after she was on a reality TV show. For her sister’s wedding, Tamera invites one of her co-stars to be her “plus one” so she doesn’t have to attend the wedding alone. Besides being one of her former costars, Drew is a quarterback for a professional football team. Tamera wants nothing but friendship with Drew, but he sees Tamera as a challenge. At first I wasn’t sure if Drew was supposed to end up with Tamera, but his character is so much like George Wyckam in Pride and Prejudice - a real charmer at first but such a snake in the grass!

Tamera eventually meets Mr. Darcy, I mean Wyatt, when she is at a party with Drew. However, they really get to know each other in Los Angeles after Wyatt is traded (he’s traded after Drew tells a few untruths that essentially gets Wyatt fired). Tamera and Wyatt thankfully get past each other’s poor first impressions and learn to trust each other after several misunderstandings.

Tiffany Williams did an outstanding job narrating this audiobook like she did with the other books in the No Match for Love series. Tiffany's style is very natural and she is easy to listen to. Brava!

  • His Make-Believe Bride

  • Rakes & Rebels: The Raveneau Family, Book 5
  • By: Cynthia Wright
  • Narrated by: Tim Campbell
  • Length: 9 hrs
  • Unabridged
  • Overall
    4.5 out of 5 stars 43
  • Performance
    4.5 out of 5 stars 40
  • Story
    4.5 out of 5 stars 40

A French pirate of smoldering passions, Justin St. Briac will never marry. However, when his manipulative mother beckons him to her deathbed in Cornwall, he succumbs to her plea that he take a bride. Mouette Raveneau, once the toast of the London ton, has been ruined by her dead husband's crimes. With two adolescent sons and no means of support, she reluctantly takes refuge in Cornwall. To grant his mother's dying wish, Justin devises an elaborate charade.

  • 5 out of 5 stars
  • Amazing Dialogue in Historical Romance

  • By LilMissMolly on 10-08-18

Amazing Dialogue in Historical Romance

Overall
5 out of 5 stars
Performance
5 out of 5 stars
Story
5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 10-08-18

His Make-Believe Bride is another wonderful historical romance by Cynthia Wright. This is the 5th book about the Raveneau Family, which is part of the broader Rakes & Rebels series and I’ve enjoyed many of them. In truth, I’ve listened to them out of order, as each book truly stands alone. This series is unique in that you do not need to read or listen to the prior book in the series to know what is going on. In other words, they are unlike most trilogies where the other books build on each other in sequential order.

His Make-Believe Bride is one of my favorites because the two main characters are older and more mature than most couples in historical romances. The story begins with Mouette Raveneau needing an occupation to support herself and her two young children after the death of her husband leaves them penniless. To escape her husband’s creditors, Mouette is accepts an invitation from one of her oldest friends to travel to Cornwall to start anew. There, she is reacquainted with French pirate Justin St. Briac who is sworn off of marriage after witnessing the machinations that his mother employs. However, he can’t resist giving into his mother’s manipulations when she appears to be on her deathbed. Because Justin’s mother wants to see him married before she dies, he devises a scheme to hire Mouette to pose as his fiancé to satisfy his mother. He even goes through with a “staged” wedding and buys a house that Mouette refurbishes. Needless to say, Mouette and Justin can’t deny the attraction they both feel (and had 10 years earlier when they first met).

What I appreciate most about this story are the conversations shared between Justin and Mouette’s oldest son. The dialogue between them is realistic and heart-warming. I especially loved the ending of this story, which is just precious.

Tim Campbell does an amazing job narrating this audiobook, as he has several other books in this series. In short, I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this audiobook and recommend it to anyone who enjoys historical romance.

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  • Sarah's Special Gift

  • A Family Saga in Bear Lake, Idaho
  • By: Linda Weaver Clarke
  • Narrated by: Carolyn Kashner
  • Length: 6 hrs and 58 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Overall
    4.5 out of 5 stars 10
  • Performance
    4.5 out of 5 stars 10
  • Story
    4.5 out of 5 stars 10

Sarah is a beautiful and successful dance teacher. She is deaf, but this does not stop her from living life to its fullest. While visiting the Roberts family, David finds himself entranced with this very special lady and ends up defending her honor several times. He finds Sarah has gone through many trials as she teaches him the importance of not dwelling on the past and how to love life. Meanwhile, David learns about the legend of the Bear Lake Monster and wonders why the community believes in such a thing. He is determined to prove there is no Bear Lake Monster.

  • 4 out of 5 stars
  • Dance Teacher Finds Love in 1900's Idaho

  • By LilMissMolly on 10-02-18

Dance Teacher Finds Love in 1900's Idaho

Overall
4 out of 5 stars
Performance
4 out of 5 stars
Story
4 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 10-02-18

Sarah's Special Gift is an enchanting clean western romance set in the early 1900’s written by Linda Weaver Clarke. It is the fourth story in the Bear Lake, Idaho Saga that picks up several years after the third story (Jenny’s Dream) ends. This book centers around Sarah, a new dance teacher in the area as she opens up a dance studio. Despite being deaf, she is never in want of dance partners at the weekend socials. While visiting old family friends (the Roberts family from the first book in the series), Sarah befriends David. Their relationship starts off as friendship and the love between them develops slowly, which makes it that much more believable.

This story really resonated with me, having a daughter who used to dance with a professional dance company as a student and who has partial hearing loss. Much like Sarah in the story, my daughter endured much difficulty communicating with others for 10 years, yet she never experienced difficultly expressing herself in dance.

There is also a side story about the legend of the Bear Lake Monster, which dates back to Native American times. David is determined to prove there is no Bear Lake Monster, which backfires on him with subtle humor and a touch of mystic.

As she did with the other audiobooks in this series, Carolyn Kashner did an admirable job narrating. She provided varying voices for all characters and inflected just the right amount of emotion in all the right places. Bravo!

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  • Smuggler's Moon

  • Rakes & Rebels: The Raveneau Family, Book 2
  • By: Cynthia Wright
  • Narrated by: Rosalyn Landor
  • Length: 10 hrs and 51 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Overall
    4 out of 5 stars 169
  • Performance
    4.5 out of 5 stars 159
  • Story
    4 out of 5 stars 157

Feisty Julia Faircloth is used to managing the lives of her eccentric relatives, so when darkly dangerous Lord Sebastian Trevarre arrives in Bath and proposes to her shy sister Sarah, she switches places with the bride to save her from a shockingly carnal wedding night. Against his better judgment, Sebastian consummates a marriage to the most provoking, appealing woman he's ever known, and then is forced to live with her in his neglected yet enchanting estate on the coast of Cornwall.

  • 5 out of 5 stars
  • A Good One!

  • By Lady M on 12-11-14

Feisty Heroine Tames Smuggler in Cornwall

Overall
4 out of 5 stars
Performance
4 out of 5 stars
Story
4 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 09-17-18

Smuggler’s Moon is an entertaining historical romance revolving around a mistaken identity marriage set primarily in 1798 Cornwall. This is the 2nd book about the Raveneau Family, which is part of the broader Rakes & Rebels series written by Cynthia Wright. Even though I did not listen to the first book in the series, I do not feel like I missed out on anything not knowing any of the Raveneau backstory.

This story begins in Bath where Lord Sebastian Trevarre is in desperate need of funds after his parent’s death and his brother gambled away the family’s fortune. Having served many years in the navy, he is very good at cards and is known for showing no mercy at the gambling tables. One afternoon he is visited by the headstrong and feisty Julia Faircloth after her father loses a substantial amount of money to him. She pleads with Sebastian not to gamble with her father any longer. However, Sebastian ignores her entreaties the following night and Julia’s father loses everything – including the sole source of the family’s income – a beloved bookstore. Feeling some remorse after Julia’s father kills himself in shame after such a public loss, Sebastian offers to marry Julia’s younger sister Sarah because she appears to be less of a handful than her sister. However, Sarah fancies herself in love with someone else, and under the guise of protecting Sarah’s young sensibilities from the dreaded wedding night, Julia decides to marry the arrogant Lord in her stead (in disguise). Sebastian quickly sees through the rouse but plays along to see how far Julia will take the deception. Little did he suspect Julia would not bulk at consummating their marriage; and, against his better judgment, he takes Julia to bed and quickly loses control over his life.

Like most books with hidden identity marriages, Sebastian takes Julia to the family’s dilapidated estate off the coast of Cornwall and he ignores her while he plans how to make his village prosperous again. Julia quickly falls in love with Cornwall’s countryside and its residents; the entire village can see what a wonderful woman the Lord married, even if he does not. The story really gets interesting after Sebastian realizes that holding back his plans for the village from Julia (let alone his feelings) will only get them both in trouble. Sebastian’s plans go awry when an English tax collector (an old war nemesis) lays a trap for Sebastian and his merry men, and Julia is injured trying to save them. The scene on the beach is truly heartwarming. In short, I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this audiobook and recommend it to anyone who enjoys 18th Century historical romance.

  • Two Down, Bun to Go

  • Oxford Tearoom Mysteries, Book 3
  • By: H.Y. Hanna
  • Narrated by: Pearl Hewitt
  • Length: 7 hrs and 40 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Overall
    4.5 out of 5 stars 309
  • Performance
    5 out of 5 stars 281
  • Story
    4.5 out of 5 stars 281

A sinister phone call in the middle of the night throws tearoom owner, Gemma Rose, straight into the heart of a new murder mystery - this time with her friend, Seth, arrested as the key suspect! The mysterious killing in the cloisters of an old Oxford college points to a bitter feud within the University - but Gemma finds unexpected clues popping up in her tiny Cotswolds village. Meanwhile, her love life is in turmoil as Gemma struggles to decide between eminent doctor, Lincoln Green, and sexy CID detective, Devlin O'Connor.

  • 5 out of 5 stars
  • Very Entertaining

  • By Beatrice on 05-14-17

Best Book in Series so Far!

Overall
5 out of 5 stars
Performance
5 out of 5 stars
Story
5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 09-14-18

Two Down, Bun to Go is 3rd book in the Oxford Tearoom Mysteries by H.Y. Hanna. This series is my favorite cozy mystery series because it is fun and energetic, while at the same time very intriguing. This series centers around Gemma Rose who is the struggling owner of an adorable tearoom in a tiny Cotswolds village near Oxford University. The story begins when Gemma’s long-time childhood friend Seth is arrested for murdering an Oxford Univerity colleague. Gemma can’t help but get involved in the murder investigation because she knows Seth is innocent, despite circumstantial evidence to the contrary. Like with the other books in the series, there are lots of twists and turns in this story, including Gemma uncovering a deep dark secret within the ranks of the college.

As a bonus, there is the side story of Gemma struggling to find a new pastry chef. While her mother helped out temporarily as the little tea shop’s baker, when her mother decides to take a long holiday, Gemma gets serious about looking for a replacement. The candidate interviews provide several laugh out loud moments, and when Gemma finally finds a new pastry chef, it tugs at your heart strings. Plus, the village’s four nosy little old ladies are back and hilarious as usual. Like I said before, this series is pure brain candy and you can easily listen to one book in a few days.

Pearl Hewitt returns as the narrator of this story, and I couldn’t be happier. Pearl has a spunk and sassiness to her narrations, which is the perfect fit for this cozy mystery series. I can’t wait to listen the next book in this great series and see what antics Gemma and her little old ladies are up to next!

  • Sweet Enemy

  • Veiled Seduction Series, Volume 1
  • By: Heather Snow
  • Narrated by: Kate Marcin
  • Length: 11 hrs and 3 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Overall
    4 out of 5 stars 11
  • Performance
    4.5 out of 5 stars 10
  • Story
    4 out of 5 stars 10

Beakers and ball gowns don’t mix. So when lady chemist and avowed spinster Miss Liliana Claremont receives a coveted invitation to the earl of Stratford’s house party, no one expects her to accept. After all, it’s well known Lord Geoffrey Wentworth, a rising political star, is in need of a suitable bride, and it’s assumed he will choose one from the select group of attendees. Yet Liliana has no desire to lure the rich and powerful earl into marriage. She’s come to Somerton Park for one reason - to uncover what the Wentworths had to do with the murder of her father. 

  • 5 out of 5 stars
  • Sexy Earl Falls For Smart Bookish Bluestocking!

  • By LilMissMolly on 09-13-18

Sexy Earl Falls For Smart Bookish Bluestocking!

Overall
5 out of 5 stars
Performance
5 out of 5 stars
Story
5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 09-13-18

Sweet Enemy is a fantastic historical romance by Heather Snow set in 1817 Shropshire, England. This is the first book in the Veiled Seduction series where all the heroines are smart educated women who are proud to be called bluestockings.

Sweet Enemy features Liliana Claremont who is disappointed yet again that she was denied admittance into the Royal Society after she wrote a paper on the isolation of chemicals from plants for medicinal purposes. When her cottage is ransacked, she discovers a stack of letters that includes a letter that sheds light on her father’s death 10 years before. She avows to investigate her father’s death and she starts with the Earl of Stratford who sent the last letter to her father indicating a betrayal. Liliana soon maneuvers an invitation to a two-week house party hosted at Stratford’s estate for the sole reason to investigate for clues about her father’s murder.

The current Earl is Geoffrey Wentworth is a recently returned war hero who is focused on improving the lives of former soldiers, such as ensuring the Poor Employment Act is passed through Parliament. He is extremely frustrated with his mother for scheduling the house party and he intends on making an appearance only without giving in to her machinations (she used his seal to send the invitations without his knowledge or consent in an attempt to find him a wife). However, it doesn't take long to see that Geoffrey and Liliana are destined for each other. He quickly figures out that Lilian is nothing like other ladies of the Ton. He admires her tenacity, her mind, and strong convictions. In other words, she challenges him and makes him a better man.

What I love most about Sweet Enemy is the character development. Geoffrey is an exemplary hero who is strong like every hero should be, yet he is filled with understanding and compassion. He is also extremely kindhearted and patient when it comes to caring for his fellow former soldiers - no matter what their class in life. Liliana's character is strong, determined, and at times feisty, and every inch Geoffrey's equal.

I listened to the Audible version of this book narrated by the highly talented Kate Marcin. She was simply outstanding, providing different voices for all the characters. Kate also has a rhythm to her reading that is simply melodic and enchanting. I highly recommended this audiobook!

  • Tabitha: Bride of Missouri

  • American Mail-Order Brides Series, Book 24
  • By: Amelia C. Adams, American Mail-Order Brides
  • Narrated by: Meghan Kelly
  • Length: 3 hrs and 49 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Overall
    4.5 out of 5 stars 24
  • Performance
    4.5 out of 5 stars 23
  • Story
    4.5 out of 5 stars 23

An orphan since she was 10, Tabitha Phillips was raised by a cousin who resented her, and she went out on her own as soon as she could. When the factory where she was working burned down, she was forced to return to her childhood home under the scrutiny of her critical relatives. Tabitha: Bride of Missouri is the 24th in the unprecedented 50-book American Mail-Order Brides series.

  • 5 out of 5 stars
  • Loves me loves me not.

  • By Marla on 07-18-18

Fun Twist on Mail-Order Bride Stories

Overall
4 out of 5 stars
Performance
4 out of 5 stars
Story
3 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 09-13-18

Tabitha: Bride of Missouri by Amelia C. Adams is the 24th book in the short story collection, Brides of America. This is an sweet romance set during the 1890’s that develops slowly. It is also a twist on the mail-order bride genre: although there is a mail-order bride in the story, this book focuses on a local girl instead.

The story centers around 20-year old Tabitha who is recently returned to Atwater, Missouri after working in Massachusetts for the past few years. She is more than a little disappointed that she had no where to go after the factory she worked in burned down. Tabitha quickly resumes her old way of life living with her aunt and uncle and working at the post office.

Tabitha befriends Thomas who is new to the area and who works at the local lumber mill. He is engaged to a mail-order bride to whom he sends a letter almost every day. Tabitha wonders why the fiancée never sends Thomas any letters in return, so she pretends to be the fiancée and writes him a letter. Not long afterwards, the fiancée returns all of Thomas’s letters to him breaking off the engagement. Tabitha, however, doesn’t have the heart to give them to him. The rest of the story is how Tabitha overcomes her deception, and whether Thomas forgives her.

I listened to the Audible version of this story narrated by Meghan Kelly, which is simply wonderful. Meghan provides different voices for male and female characters, and she has great intonation and pace. I can’t wait to listen to the next audiobook narrated by Meghan.

  • The Amber Brooch

  • The Celtic Brooch Series, Volume 8
  • By: Katherine Lowry Logan
  • Narrated by: Teri Schnaubelt
  • Length: 21 hrs and 55 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Overall
    5 out of 5 stars 251
  • Performance
    5 out of 5 stars 232
  • Story
    5 out of 5 stars 231

Amber Kelly, mining lawyer and amateur paleontologist, visits her family’s 19th century log cabin in the Colorado mountains and discovers a puzzle box hidden in a 200-year-old loom. Inside the box is a brooch engraved with a Gaelic inscription. After reciting the words, an earthy-scented fog engulfs Amber and whisks her off to Leadville, Colorado, in the year 1878. 

  • 5 out of 5 stars
  • Great series

  • By Robin on 07-17-18

Mining Lawyer Finds Love in 19th Century

Overall
5 out of 5 stars
Performance
5 out of 5 stars
Story
5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 09-06-18

Katherine Lowry Logan did it again! She wrote another heart-racing action adventure that is blended perfectly with a time-travel romance. The Amber Brooch is the 8th book in the Celtic Brooch series involving a large extended family of savvy business men and women, horse breeders, vintners, and writers that spans between centuries. The characters are all well-developed and portrayed realistically with hopes, dreams, fears, and flaws. In each book a member of the family unexpectedly finds a brooch that is hidden in an old object and they are immediately transported back in time to their one true love and/or to prevent a certain death or disaster. In this book, it was both.

The story essentially begins when Amber Kelly finds an Amber Brooch hidden in a 200-year old loom at her grandparents’ old rustic cabin. She is transported to 1878 Colorado during the fight over the Rio Grande Railroad. Thankfully Amber is a smart mineral rights lawyer who can hold her own during that era. There she meets Daniel Grant who is a whole lot man rolled into one package: a war hero, Pinkerton agent, widower, and protective father. Daniel doesn't quite trust Amber even though she saved his 10-year old son's life. Despite this, the pair quickly join forces and get embroiled in the fight between the Sante Fe Railroad and the Rio Grande Railroad, as well as a fight over certain dinosaur bones. Thankfully Daniel's son helps him see Amber for who she is ... on the inside.

I listened to the Audible version of this book narrated by Teri Schnaubelt who simply fantastic. Her narration flows naturally, is easy to listen to, and provides distinct voices to each character. I can't express in words how much I thorough enjoyed the Amber Brooch - and the entire Celtic Brooch series. Brava!

  • Earl of Wainthorpe: Wicked Regency Romance

  • The Wicked Earls' Club Series
  • By: Collette Cameron
  • Narrated by: Joff Manning
  • Length: 4 hrs and 53 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Overall
    4 out of 5 stars 28
  • Performance
    4 out of 5 stars 25
  • Story
    4 out of 5 stars 25

 Pierce, the Earl of Wainthorpe has finally thwarted his worst enemy. Except he can’t revel in his victory after winning his foe’s ward in a winner-takes-all wager. If Pierce refuses to assume Bianca Salisbury’s guardianship, the fiery-haired beauty with a matching temper may very well find herself sold to the highest bidder. Desperate to escape her blackguard cousin, Bianca Salisbury ventures to London to find a husband or employment. Instead, she’s bartered to a notorious rakehell.  

  • 5 out of 5 stars
  • Wicked Earl's? Yes, please.

  • By Dee on 07-08-18

Hero loses heart after winning at card game!

Overall
5 out of 5 stars
Performance
4 out of 5 stars
Story
5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 08-11-18

The Earl of Wainthorpe is a wonderful “guardianship” regency romance. It is the third book in the Wicked Earls' Club series and the first audiobook I’ve ever listened to written by Collette Cameron. It is well written in the point of view of the hero, with strong characters, and not too much sex.

The story begins with Pierce, the Earl of Wainthorpe, in a card game against his worst enemy, Lord Fairfax, the man who killed his mother in India when he was a small boy. Fairfax is desperate for a victory and in the kitty was the deed to his ancestral home. After watching Fairfax mention how he was willing to barter his young niece Bianca Salisbury to the highest bidder, Pierce demands that Fairfax include Bianca in the wager. Pierce did so, not because he wanted a wife, ward, or mistress, but rather to save Bianca from the misdeeds of her unscrupulous uncle who is sure to sell Bianca to the highest bidder. Needless to say, Pierce won.

The rest of the story is about how Pierce and Bianca learned to trust each other after she makes several attempts to run away. Pierce admires her independence, talents, and feisty nature. However, Bianca never again wants to be in the position to be reliant on anyone after being mistreated by those responsible for her in the past. She also doesn’t want Pierce to marry her merely to protect her reputation, but rather because he truly loves her. Despite her valiant attempts to thwart off her feelings for Pierce, Bianca eventually succumbs, acknowledging he is nothing like her father or uncle (and he loves her).

I listened to the audiobook version of this story narrated by Joff Manning. He did a fantastic job, giving all of the characters a unique voice. He also had good intonation and pace. In summary, I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this audiobook and recommend it to anyone who enjoys regency romance.

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