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The bluest of blood; the boldest of hearts; the de Montfortes will take your breath away.

Irish Captain Ruaidri O' Devir has no love for the English. Taken from his family and pressed into the Royal Navy at a young age, he is now a commander for the fledgling American Continental Navy, hand-picked by John Adams himself to steal a potent new explosive from the British. Ruaidri expects to be successful in his mission. What he doesn't expect is to fall in love with the sister of the man he's crossed an ocean to abduct....

Beautiful Lady Nerissa de Montforte is the youngest sibling in a powerful and aristocratic English family. Fiercely guarded by her overprotective brothers, she pines for love after a longtime betrothal was cruelly cut short. When she accompanies her brother to a demonstration of his new explosive, she never dreams that her wildest longings to find love and freedom are about to be fulfilled...by a man who is wrong for her in every single way except the one that matters most....

The spectacular conclusion to the internationally best-selling De Monteforte series by New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Danelle Harmon!

©2016 Danelle Harmon (P)2018 Danelle Harmon

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Perfect Narrator, Awesome Hero, Super Sexy!!

I started with book 5 because of the 5 star reviews and a reader I had not listened to before. Wayne Farrell is an Irishman and did a wonderful Rory, and he didn't make wispy female voices either. I loved his performance: booming as Duke Lucien, level headed and sexy as Rory, the sweet and confident Nerissa.

I listened again to the steamy sex parts just to hear Wayne growl and murmur! HOT!!

I'm moving on to the other stories with an old British actor, and my first chapter impression is that I'm not impressed. The amazing Derek Perkins should have been hired for these books.

It's 1779 and Irish former rogue and privateer Rory (Rury) has been sent on a mission to London for the new American government. He abducts Lady Nerissa, sets sail to St Malo, France and the sparks are flying! I loved this story, it's well worth the credit.

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Explosive Combo= Author & Narrator!

Narrator: Wane Farrell, boy, do I love his voice! And he does one heck of a job on this one,also.
Been waiting since 2016 for this audio version to come out and It Was Worth it!
What a great story!
Captain Ruaidri O' Devir & Lady Nerissa de Montforte are just what the story is about: Explosives.
Really liked the battles. Love how the brothers De Montforte stand together and how the Duke finally saw the light and accepted that he's not always right.
Love that we got to see Brandon again.

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Rich with descriptive imagery and fully developed

Book Plot - 5 STARS

What an amazing book! I enjoyed the plot and the interaction of all the characters from this book who also appeared in previous books to this series. Rich with descriptive imagery and fully developed characters the reader will be enthralled with this book.

I felt a great deal of compassion for Lady Nerissa de Montforte as she tried to overcome her disappointment of the failed engagement with Perry and her older brothers interference with her life. Her feisty rebellion against her restraints was handle with finesse and brought tears to this readers eyes.

Compassion is the word I think of in regards to Irish Captain Ruaidri O' Devir. How he survived his childhood to become the adult he was shows great strength of character and a dark desire for revenge. This is one character that the term "Don't judge a book by it's cover" fits to a T. He really made this story work. Ruaidri won my heart from the first page and many times throughout the book I had tears in my eyes regarding situations he and Nerissa got into. But for me the most memorable was the conversation with Narissa's oldest brother, Lucien and he in Boston it's caused a pang in my heart and tears to flow.

This book is an awesome display of family love, honor and forgiveness.

Narrator - 4.25 STARS

Narrator Wayne Farrell did an outstanding job on the male voices and accents. In the beginning I struggled with his female voices but the book was so well written that eventually I forgot my feelings regarding this and began enraptured in his narrating.