Heiress Gone Wild

Dear Lady Truelove, Book 4
Narrated by: Justine Eyre
Series: Dear Lady Truelove, Book 4
Length: 10 hrs and 2 mins
4.4 out of 5 stars (57 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Dear Lady Truelove,

My ward is driving me crazy. I have to marry her off and get her out of my life. There’s just one problem....

When Jonathan Deverill promised a dying friend he’d be guardian to the man’s daughter, he envisioned a girl in pigtails and pinafores, a child he could leave behind in some finishing school. Problem is, his ward is actually a fully-grown, defiant beauty whose longing for romance threatens to make his guardianship a living hell.

New York heiress Marjorie McGann wants a London season and a titled husband who can help her spend the Yankee millions she’s inherited, and she thinks her new British guardian is the perfect person to help her find him. But Jonathan has no intention of letting his friend’s fortune be squandered. Under his watchful, protective eye, Marjorie finds romance hard to come by...until one fateful night when her own guardian’s devastating kisses makes her wonder if the greatest romance of all might be right in front of her.

©2019 Laura Lee Guhrke (P)2019 HarperAudio

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Jonathan

It was soo strange hearing the voice of Jonathan in a old woman ‘s voice. It got me confused for the entire 9 hrs audio. It was not sexy at all. Pls make it a little bit real. It was off putting a romantic bedroom scene with two women talking as if talking to grandma.

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Daddy Issues Abound

I’m not the biggest fan of stories that use an absent/horrible father as a crutch for one character’s motivations, let alone two. The majority of the story is spent dancing around the daddy issues that the main characters have, and the actual romance feels a bit rushed. While there were some charming moments, it was all an all an average story.

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Needed more relationship development

Needed more relationship development Too much filler...not enough time spent developing the relationship between the characters. All the books in the series are basically the same exact outline...just slightly different characters and slightly different circumstances. That being said...they are a mindless easy listen and pleasant..just not one you will remember for all time. I gave each book the same review... because as I said earlier they are all so similar and have the same issues. Each book would have been much better if the relationship was the focal point of story development. Seems each book had the H & H spending 70% of their time with other characters doing other things. It just felt like the relationships were forced to work....not allowed to grow naturally. 3 out of 5...

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Absolutely delightful!

I really enjoyed Jonathan and Marjorie's story--totally worth the long wait we had while he dithered around in America and his sisters ran the paper without him ;) Jonathan's early misconceptions about who his ward was made for some LOL moments, as did all the ways he and Marjorie butted heads in the beginning and beyond. Though I did think he realized that he was in love a bit too quickly and easily, I should have known that Marjorie was going to make him work for it and not been worried. Make him work for it she did--and it was glorious! Though this is the 4th book in the Dear Lady Truelove series, it really could be read as a standalone. Marjorie doesn't know the other series characters at all, and even Jonathan hasn't seen them in ten years, so readers can get caught up at the same time as the characters, if needed. Narrator Justine Eyre did a wonderful job, as always! (The Deverill siblings have finally all gotten their HEAs--yay! but does this mean the series is over? :( My only consolation is being able to look forward to what Laura Lee Guhrke will write next...) Rating: 4 1/2 stars / A

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Absolutely wonderful

There's so many things I loved. This is going at top of my favourites stories.