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London, 1819. Richard, Marquess of Devon, is satisfied with his ton marriage. His wife of five months, Lady Eugenia Devon, thought she was, too, until she found the book. Their marriage is one of respect and affection, with no messy entanglements such as love. Devon's upbringing impressed upon him that gentlemen slake their baser needs on a mistress, not their gently bred wives. However, once married, he was no longer comfortable bedding a woman other than Eugenia. When she stumbles onto a naughty book, she begins a campaign to change the rules. Lady Eugenia wants her very proper husband to fall in love with her. But her much changed and undeniably wicked behavior might inadvertently drive her confused husband to ponder the unthinkable - his perfect Lady has taken a lover. But the only man Eugenia wants is her husband. The book can bring sizzling desire to the marriage - or it might cause an explosion.

Contains mature themes.

©2016 Callie Hutton (P)2017 Tantor

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horrible narration

What would have made Seducing the Marquess better?

This book needed a good narrator. She read this like a robot. There was no emotion or variation in reading. It was a monotone so it had no feeling.

What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)

The ending in all regency romances is HEA, so no surprises here.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

She was so terrible I am not going to buy the next book. I have it in my wish list, but just deleted it.
This could have been a very good book, but the narrator ruined it.

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Seducing the Marquess?

It was not a very long story, so no edits required.

Any additional comments?

I really wish authors/producers would take time to listen to a narrator before choosing them. There are so many other options to having a bad narrator. It means that the series is lost to listeners.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful