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Counting on a Countess

The London Underground, Book 2
By: Eva Leigh
Narrated by: Zara Hampton-Brown
Series: London Underground, Book 2
Length: 10 hrs and 25 mins
Categories: Romance, Historical
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For a shameless libertine and a wily smuggler in the London Underground, marriage is more than convenience - it’s strategy....

Christopher “Kit” Ellingsworth, war veteran and newly minted earl of Blakemere, buries his demons under every sort of pleasure and vice. His scandalous ways have all but emptied his coffers...until a wealthy mentor leaves him a sizable fortune. The only stipulation? He must marry within one month to inherit the money. Kit needs a bride, and the bold, mysterious Miss Tamsyn Pearce seems perfect. 

Husband hunting isn’t Tamsyn’s top priority - she’s in London to sell her new shipment of illicit goods - but she’s desperate for funds to keep her smuggling operation afloat. When a handsome earl offers to wed her and send her back to Cornwall with a hefty allowance, Tamsyn agrees. After all, her secrets could land her in prison, and an attentive, lovestruck spouse could destroy everything. 

But when an unexpected proviso in the will grants Tamsyn control of the inheritance, their arrangement becomes anything but convenient. Now, Kit’s counting on his countess to make his wildest dreams a reality and he plans to convince her, one pleasurable seduction at a time.

©2018 Eva Leigh (P)2019 HarperCollins Publishers

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Great book. Audio is “off”

Love all of Eva Leigh’s books. This, the second book in The London Underground series, isn’t quite as exciting as the first book “From Duke Till Dawn”, but it’s still a great read. Great story line, likable characters and very steamy.
Unfortunately, the audio is weird. In the first few chapters, there are some strange breaks in the sound. It seems like it was edited badly and a few sentences may have been left out? Then, multiple time through the remainder of the book, the sound gets wonky - almost sounds like the reader is in a tunnel. It’s off putting enough that I wouldn’t want to give it a second listen.
Aside from the audio problems, I’d highly recommend the book!