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Publisher's Summary

An American heiress married for her dowry.

When Victoria fell in love with the Earl of Pembroke, she never imagined he'd heartlessly wed, bed, and abandon her in the countryside. After he suddenly returns, determined to prove to her he's a changed man, she's not about to forgive him, trust him, or succumb to his scorching kisses.

A future duke trapped by obligation.

Will has devoted his life to enraging his loathsome father by creating one scandal after the next. Duty forces him back to the wife he resents, but he isn't prepared for the raw desire she makes him feel. Seducing her will hardly be a tedious task. Guarding his heart, however, is another matter entirely.

A marriage of convenience no more.

What begins in deception and necessity turns into an attraction neither can deny. Can their newfound passion keep them together forever, or will the truth tear them apart?

Contains mature themes.

©2017 Scarlett Scott (P)2018 Tantor

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Awful Narration!!!!!

The story line was the only thing that kept me listening. Gabrielle Baker does not have the talent to be a narrator. The whole time I was trying to figure out if she had a lisp or if she was trying to change her voice. It was awful. I will definitely remember her name and make sure not to pick another book she’s narrated.

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Glad I didn’t waste a credit

This is my first time reading a Scarlet Scott book. Wish I’d read some reviews before choosing this one.
If you enjoy listening to a “hero’s” mentally droning on and on and on about needing to get under his wife’s skirt, then this is the book for you.
This book is SO INCREDIBLY LAME! The word “depraved” is used to excess and, honestly, for pretty banal thoughts.

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DREADFUL NARRATION

Don't bother. I couldn't be sure if it was just crappy writing or crappy narration...both I think. Skip this one and really anything narrated by Miss Baker. Sorry to say, but she really should not be doing these narrations. The writing didn't help.

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Not a second time

Between the over the top prose and the 1940's narration style, I had a difficult time finishing this one. I'm definitely not going to go to book two. The only reason it didn't get one star is because I liked the basis of the story.

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Excellent

Loved this book! Keep up the good work.
Book one and two of this series are my favorites.

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Need multiple narrators for a story like this

The story line was really interesting, but it was hard getting past the narrator.

People should just read the book.