• Loving a Lady

  • By: Nichole Van
  • Narrated by: Rosie Akerman
  • Length: 11 hrs and 48 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (22 ratings)

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Loving a Lady

By: Nichole Van
Narrated by: Rosie Akerman
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Ewan Campbell fought to free himself from his past - quite literally. A former prizefighter, he now earns his living as an artist. But he still fights more figurative opponents: dark memories that threaten to overwhelm him. Worse, when he is hired to assist a famous painter, he finds himself falling for the man’s highborn niece, Lady Kildrum. Such feelings are pointless. Countesses do not fall in love with impoverished Highlanders, no matter what fairy tales say.

Violet Kerr, Lady Kildrum, struggles to make decisions, and she shouldn’t. She’s a countess in her own right, for heaven’s sake. Decision-making skills should flow through her blood. After all, her life’s path is clear: marry a nobleman, provide for her sisters, and see to the welfare of her tenants. And Violet has made one decision: She must curb her attraction to Ewan Campbell, her uncle’s new art assistant. 

The lowly Highlander, no matter how alluring, is not a proper suitor. She definitely should not fantasize about the man - or, if she does, she should not allow such fantasies to lead to very real kissing. Because kissing could bring on the most difficult decision of all....

©2020 Nichole Van (P)2020 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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Nichole Van is a talented writer!

I've read several of Nichole Van's books now, and truly like her stories. She has an empathy with her character's thoughts and feelings. As I've said in other reviews of her books, though, I do NOT like who her publishers have picked to narrate this series of books - Rosie Akerman. She cannot do a man's voice at all. All her men sound like little girls, which is strange when they are supposed to be manly Scotsmen! I wish that the authors had a say in who narrates their books, as the authors KNOW how they've envisioned their character's sounding! Other than the bad choice of narration, Nichole Van's books are mostly great!
In THIS particular book, "Loving a Lady", I have to take umbrage with part of the ending of this story. Lady Violet's father, who has been very, loudly vocal as to her poor choice of a Scotsman, instead of a highly born nobleman, to marry - at the end completely drops his prejudice when her uncle, the artist who has lived with them since her mother's death, speaks to his brother about his grief! All of a sudden Lady Violet's father changes?!! WHY didn't her uncle talk to his brother much earlier, and not let his niece wilt under her father's prejudice and ill temper??? All it took for Lady Violet's father to change his ways was a talk from his brother??? It doesn't make sense. But the rest of the love story was very, very well written. It's a great book to read!

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  • K. Watson
  • 05-13-21

All the feels!

Such a cleverly written story by an incredibly talented writer. I immensely enjoyed the many delicious descriptions of Ewan, and the major twist in the storyline had me literally shouting out! If you like having your heart absolutely torn asunder and then carefully pieced back together again, you will adore this book. I can't wait to get into book 4! I listened to the audio book version and the narrator did a superb job.