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Infinitely My Marquess

Ever Beloved, Book 3
Narrated by: Verona Westbrook
Series: Ever Beloved , Book 3
Length: 3 hrs and 3 mins
4 out of 5 stars (16 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Some fairy tales are twisted.

As the daughter of a duke, Lady Annalise Palmer should be living a charmed life. Appearances can be deceiving, though - her father has ensured that her entire life has been filled with nothing but heartache and hardship. Happiness is an elusive emotion, and love is nonexistent. She has no reason to believe she’ll find either.

Ryan Simms, the marquess of Cinderbury, has been alone nearly his whole life. After his father died, he was abandoned by his grandfather and left in the care of his wicked stepmother. From a young age, he learned not to trust a lady and never to fall in love, especially.

They are two lost souls in search of salvation. Together, they can help each other heal, if they can believe in the possibility of happiness, and escape the torment they’ve both suffered and discover an eternal love along the way.

©2019 Dawn Brower (P)2019 Dawn Brower

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Infinitely My Marquess

This is such a sweet and sad story. Annalise and Ryan were such tortured souls growing up with cruel guardians. They have a spark from the moment they meet. Only she knows her father will not allow her to be with him. But sometimes fate has other things in store for us! This story was really good with some very likable and some not so likable characters. I loved Annalise's grandmother!

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Loved the story

I really liked the story but not so much the narrator. I don't believe she suited this book. I had to put it down a few times before I could get back to it. Other than this I actually liked it.

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Indefinitely My Marquess by Dawn Brower

At first I thought I wouldn't like this story and I was wrong. I didn't just like it, I love it so very much! This story is a reminder for me that there is always sunshine after the rain and a rainbow! Such a great story. Something that would make you want to fall in love over and over.

The narration by Verona Westbrook was also great!

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Nice Regency romance

Infinitely My Marquess is an entertaining Regency romance by Dawn Brower. The leading characters are likeable and well-developed, and the plot had the right amount of twists and turns to be interesting. There could have been more development as to how the relationship between the two main characters went from heightened sense of interest to intense love. The supporting characters, including the villains, were nicely written into the story.

Verona Westbrook did a great job with the narration.

I received a promotional copy of this book, and this is my honest review.

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Great Historical Romance!

This is a great Historical Romance. This is the third book in the Ever Beloved Series, but I haven't listened to the first books in the Series yet. Annalise and Ryan are two lost souls, suffering of bad guardians and mistreatment. I like their story, and their journey to happiness and love! The story is well written, filled with twists and turns. The characters are well developed. I like the ending. Verona Westbrook did a good narration, but the characters weren't easy to distinguish. I enjoyed listening to this story. I received this free review copy audiobook at my request and I have voluntarily written this review.

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a very nice story

The story is an interesting one. It has the male lead (Ryan) as a Cinderella like story. He is so mistreated in the beginning that he is distrusting of any woman. The lead female (Annalise) has had a bad life as well. They learn to trust and love each other throughout the story. It is a good listen. I would recommend it to anyone who likes romances.

"I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review."

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Lovely Story!

What a big selection of really bad and evil people! Each of them playing their part in the budding romance between the two decent characters, Annalise and Ryan, both of whom have been dealt the worst of situations and contacts in their early lives.
(Just as a matter of interest, it is quite interesting to see the Cinderella role being played by a male for a change. A really novel concept.)
Things change for the better when they meet and they just keep on improving until we read the 'happily ever after' at the end.
The story is nicely written but it dropped a star in my rating as I felt it could have been faster paced - but don't get me wrong, its still a lovely story!
Verona Westbrook is the narrator and she read quite well.
I requested, received and listened to a copy of the audiobook and my review above is given voluntarily and is unbiased.

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Rocks

I got this ARC via audiobook boom and this is my voluntary review. I loved this story. I thought it was going to be like some of the other newer regency romances but it was not. It was a good story and well written. I loved the grandmother. It began as a reverse Cinderella but moved on to another twist of a different fairy tale then ended on such a good note.

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Birthright, Uncaring Guardians and Hopelessness

A young boy left in the care of an evil step mother with two step sisters, much like a Cinderella, until his uncaring grandfather takes over his care. He grows to distrust and unbelieving in love.
A young girl secluded by a controlling did passionate father, feeling love is lost to her...
Both eyes opened to love and the fight for it.
Really liked the story, well written. The narrator was ok, but there were too many pauses between each line..too little expression..everyone and the same level of emotion. The story would have come across so much better read without the stiffness.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Overall Lovely Story!

I have to admit I was excited when I was approved to review this book, because as much as I love historical romance, I have never listened to a historical on audiobook. It was an absolutely delightful experience and I will certainly be picking up more historical audiobooks from here on out.

The writing of this book was very good. It leaned less away from the traditional historical romance style that I find quiet often, and had more of a true historic sounding voice. In fact, the writing reminded me of a modern Georgette Heyer, which I don't often find in historicals. I saw another review mentioned there could have been more dialogue, but I personally did not find this to be an issue.

For being such a short book, this book had excellent pacing. The romance was drawn out just enough to be enjoyable and it wasn't jumped right into, which I appreciated. I wouldn't have minded a longer book, and I did have a few issues with the ending, but overall, it was a pleasant experience.

The characters were fantastic for such a short book as well; I liked how the themes of abuse were covered in both Ryan and Annalise's stories, it allowed both characters to instantly become more fleshed out for such a short book. Additionally, I thought the hints of Cinderella in this story were very fun and subtle.

Lastly, because I listened to this on audio, I thought that the narrator (Verona Westbrook) did a decent job, though I didn't think her voice was suited for this book. It wasn't because she was a bad narrator by any means, I just felt that her voice took a lot away from the characters' stories and made it less enjoyable for me to read, hence the 3.75 stars (with the narration I just couldn't quite give it the full four stars.)