At the beginning of their City careers, Becky Vitali and Tess Frant become friends. Becky is sharp and clever, and has had an upbringing she will never forget. Tess, meanwhile, was comfortably red in the shires. Supposedly rarities by virtue of their sex, they soon discover that the morality of money is far more important than the issue of gender, and how they balance the texture of their lives is combined with a tender and unexpected love story.
What would have made Against Her Nature better?
I love this author but could never focus on the story line because of the narrator. Horrendous.
Would you ever listen to anything by Elizabeth Buchan again?
Would you be willing to try another one of Stella Gonet’s performances?
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I couldn't quite figure out what was against whose nature. It didnt seem to have a point. Mediocre when Elizabeth buchan is usually so much better.