• An Embroidered Spoon

  • By: Jayne Davis
  • Narrated by: Ana Clements
  • Length: 7 hrs and 14 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)

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An Embroidered Spoon

By: Jayne Davis
Narrated by: Ana Clements
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Publisher's Summary

Wales, 1817. After refusing every offer of marriage that comes her way, Isolde Farrington is packed off to a spinster aunt in Wales until she comes to her senses. 

Rhys Williams, there on business, is turning over his uncle’s choice of bride for him. The last thing he needs is to fall for an impertinent miss like Izzy, who takes Rhys for a yokel.

Izzy’s new surroundings make her look at life, and Rhys, afresh. But when Lord Bedley, her father, discovers that the situation in Wales is not what he thought, and that Rhys is in trade, a gulf opens for a pair who’ve come to love each other.

Will a difference in class keep them apart?

©2019 Jayne Davis (P)2020 Jayne Davis
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: Romance

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Enjoyable but really no need for the feminism. Stick with the time you are writing about.

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Pleasant listen

It’s a decent story, and I appreciated the development of the clean, respectful romance. It was a nice surprise to see the humor and enjoyable to see growth in the characters. Hang in there, as it takes awhile for the narrator to find her stride and put more spark and humor in the voices. Speeding it up helps a tad. However, her pitch is sometimes too high. Repetition of the h’s vehemence against men not telling her what to do was somewhat over the top in the beginning, especially knowing that she would have been raised and conditioned that way. So a lighter touch with that would have been more powerful. All in all, though, a pleasant listen.

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  • 02-27-21

TERRIBLE PERFORMANCE & dull story

This book is rather boring and soooo many mistakes in regard of the period and Etikette of that time BUT that one can forgive BUT THE PERFORMANCE IS TERRIBLE!
The Voice and the way it is performed made the story even worst !

Mit worth time or money ! Sorry to say !