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Victoria Walsingham is head over heels in love with Isaac Quinn, the son of the Duke of Daventry, and she can't imagine spending the rest of her life with anyone else. But when Isaac admits that, despite his feelings for her, he cannot possibly marry the daughter of a country doctor, Victoria is left heartbroken.

However, when her brother unexpectedly inherits the title of the Earl of Cheshire, Victoria's life is transformed and she is thrown into high-society. Despite her mother's best efforts, the endless balls and social engagements of the London season have little impact on Victoria. Her heart will only ever belong to Isaac.

When they finally return home at the end of the season, much to Victoria's relief, she finds an invitation awaiting her. An invitation to the wedding of Mr. Isaac Quinn and a Miss Hestia Royce.

With Victoria's heart breaking all over again, she must deal with the added hardship of seeing Isaac at every turn. As events unfold, Victoria finds herself spending more and more time with Isaac, reigniting the spark of passion they once felt for each other into a bright, burning flame.

But with Isaac's wedding only a matter of days away, is Victoria playing with fire?

©2016 Emily Murdoch (P)2017 Emily Murdoch

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Quick listen, love over duty

The love between Victoria and Isaac never went away even though his duty led him down a different path. This is a quick story bringing them back together despite the odds. The narrator did a good job on keeping the characters separate though a little monotone. I have been enjoying this Regency series.

I received this audiobook as a gift, and this is my unsolicited review.

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An entertaining story

This was an entertaining story and the narrator was easy to listen to and used different voices to bring the characters to life. I thought Victoria was quite forgiving and Isaac needed to prove himself worthy of her love by being strong enough to withstand the pressure from his parents to marry a wealthy heiress. The story moved along at a good pace and It kept me guessing until the end as to what would happen. I would have liked an epilogue though. I received a copy and have voluntarily reviewed it.

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Shocking

I received a free book in exchange for an honest review. I must say this story has a shocking ending. It was a good story and the narrator does a good job with the voices and the descriptions.

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Nice heroine, not so nice hero

What did you like best about A June Wedding? What did you like least?

*Spoiler Alert * I had a hard time with this book. It was very well written and I liked Victoria, however, I could not like Isaac at all! I understand the rules put on people of the ton and possibly Isaac's reasons for telling Victoria he cannot marry her. What I cannot abide is him telling her this immediately after kissing her. Then, some time passes, it is very close to his marriage to a wealthy young lady and he starts romancing Victoria again. There is no other word for it and I found him despicable, especially after the way he treats her the night before his wedding to another. There is a happy ending, but since I disliked the hero so much I could not be happy. Now, none of this reflects on the author because she writes well and just because I didn't care for her character does not mean it wasn't a good story overall.

What other book might you compare A June Wedding to and why?

I would compare this to a lot of the older regency books. They had just one problem facing them and it was resolved. It was a short story, so there wasn't really time for more than one problem.

Would you listen to another book narrated by Virginia Ferguson?

If it was another book that I wanted to read, then yes. I would not look for books narrated by her in general because her female voices all sounded so similar, that sometimes I wasn't sure who was speaking.

If this book were a movie would you go see it?

I would not see this at the theater, but if it were a television movie I would watch it.