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Earl in Trouble

Bluestockings Defying Rogues, Book 4
Narrated by: Penny Scott-Andrews
Length: 2 hrs and 54 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (15 ratings)

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Lucas Carter, the Earl of Darcy, is jaded and doesn't believe in love. His father wants him to marry, and it's the last thing he desires. He finds himself in a predicament he's unable to extricate himself from and decides to hide from his problems.

In his travels, he crosses paths with the woman who broke his heart and ruined him for love. Forgiveness seems impossible, but as they spend more time together, he wonders if perhaps his fate is unavoidable, because she might just be the answer to his all his troubles.

©2019 Dawn Brower (P)2019 Dawn Brower

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Love at first sight...

You have to be a serious lover of love at first sight books for this one, and personally I'm not. The story itself was good as well as the narrarator but I HATED any time the two main characters were together. I received my copy free of charge for an unbiased review and thus I have been as honest as possible in my scoring. For me personally it would be a 1 star all the way through, but I do understand that some people like this set up and thus tried to score fairly.

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Earl In Trouble

Attending a house party with friends Lucas never expects to run into the lady that stole his heart 9 years earlier. Natalia never expects to see the only man shes ever had feelings for. But here he is. And all she seek is information form his friends and plans to leave. Only the fates have different plans for these too. Another great story by Dawn Brower. The narration by Penny Scott-Andrews was wonderful and so were her characters.

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Great Read

Earl In Trouble (Bluestockings Defying Rogues #3) was a good read by Dawn Brower. Lucas is the Earl of Darcy, he is jaded and doesn't believe in love. His father wants him to find someone to marry even though that isn't what he wants. He finds himself in trouble when his father tries to arrange a marriage for him and at the same time he crosses paths with the woman who broke his heart. I enjoyed reading Lucas and Lia's story.

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Good short romance read!

This was a pretty good, but short romance novel. It was well worth the time and was fairly lighthearted and entertaining. I felt as if the characters could have been a bit less shallow and the plot could have been a bit deeper than it was. But all in all, it was worth the read/listen. The reader did a good job with the difference voices and made the story better. I would recommend this book to anyone that is into short romance novels.
"I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review."
Paula W.

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Entertaining

I got this ARC via audiobook boom and this is my voluntary review. I found this book entertaining. The story was well written the narration was hard to follow sometimes but overall it was a good listen.

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Great second chances!

This is a short second chances story that flows quickly from scene to scene.
In it Lucas and Lia meet up for the second time and sparks fly because of how they feel for each other but she is on the run and doesn't want to be tied down to anyone. On the other hand, he is under pressure to get married.
Emotions flow and make this a remarkable and enjoyable story which I thoroughly enjoyed.
The narration by Penny Scott-Andrews is good and lends itself to the story.
I listened to the audiobook version which I requested and my unbiased review above is given voluntarily.

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Lucy’s Must Marry..When He Finds His Lost Love

Lucus’ father insists the marry..but he is haunted by the memory of a girl he met 9 years earlier who disappeared.
Natalia is the girl who ran away from Lucus...running from her father and seeking to protect Lucus.
A story of a chance at love, but failing to communicate, Natalie’s fault ...father’s neither can count on...but able to be strong on their own.
The narrator does a wonderful job with variety of voices and emotion and good movement of the story.
Entertaining well written story.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Great Historical Romance!

I love Dawn Brower's writing! This is the fourth book in the Bluestockings Defying Rogues Series, an Historical Romance Serices. Lucas and Natalia's story is well written, funny, fast-paced, and filled with drama, mystery and intrigue. They share an undeniable chemistry! I love the ending, and the epilogue. Penny Scott-Andrews has a great voice! She did an amazing job with the narration. I received this free review copy audiobook at my request and I have voluntarily written this review.

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Second Chance at Love

This was a great historical romance! This book was packed with drama, mystery, romance, and loss. I thought the characters were well developed and I loved the plot. Both Lucas and Natalia had strong, independent personalities. Natalia and Lucas have history and undeniable chemistry, but they have to be able to overcome and forget the past in order to move forward. It was nice that it ended with a HEA after what each character had gone through.
Penny did an amazing job with this narration! I loved the different voices and accents that she used for each character. Her performance had me hooked from beginning to end!
*I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Fantastic Narration; Okay Story

I only just recently read another one of Dawn Brower's books, Infinitely Marquess, so I was excited when I had to opportunity to read another one of her lovely books.

The narration of this book was absolutely fantastic. At first I didn't think I would like it (the book opens with a bunch of male characters speaking, and I initially found it hard to distinguish them apart) but as the book went on, I found I loved it.

Not only was the narration fantastic, but also Brower's writing. I always say that if I can notice the writing in an audiobook that it is good, because it's harder to listen to writing than it is to read writing. This book was certainly no exception.

The thing I didn't like about this book? I hated Lucas. There was just too many times that he said or did something that bordered on creepy, and I just couldn't get behind that. His character changed multiple times throughout the book, and I just didn't like him with Leah. It's personal preference, but it's the reason why I'm only giving the book three stars.