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The Wedding of the Century by Mary Jo Putney: Stunningly beautiful and extraordinarily wealthy, Sarah Vangelder had always wanted more for herself than to be sold into marriage for the price of a dukedom. But marriage to Justin Aubrey might be the adventure she's always dreamed of.

Jesse's Wife by Kristin James: When a late-night walk on her father's ranch inadvertently destroys her reputation, Amy McCallister finds herself married off to Jesse, a sinfully handsome farmhand. But can he convince her to give him her heart, despite their rocky beginning?

Seduced by Starlight by Charlotte Featherstone: Jase Markham, London's most dashing - and notorious - rake, has loved his brother's fiancee for as long as he can remember. When his brother casts Blossom aside, Jase is determined to finally make her his - if she's willing to overlook his scandalous reputation!

©2011 Mary Jo Putney, Charlotte Featherstone, Kristin James (P)2011 Harlequin

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Narrator should be retired.

This is only my second review after listening to hundreds of books but I have to make Audible aware of the poor quality of the narration.. I was sooo looking forward to another MJPutney audio but I could barely finish listening. The American Female accents were "horsey" and gruff--not the least bit feminine with diction that certainly did not reflect cultured, well to do Americans. I'm surprised that Brilliance even released this audio as it certainly does not meet their usual high quality.

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  • Ginna
  • Alamogordo, NM, United States
  • 04-30-12

Mixed Review

Book one was okay - Book two had the narrator that totally distracted from the story -and not in a good way. Book 3 was okay. Not a good buy.

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  • Ginna
  • Alamogordo, New Mexico, United States
  • 04-30-12

Mixed Review

Book one was okay - Book two had the narrator that totally distracted from the story -and not in a good way. Book 3 was okay. Not a good buy.

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GREAT LISTENING FOR COMMUTERS

I ENJOYED THESE STORIES ...ALL OF THEM . I AM A BIG FAN OF Mary Jo Putney SO THAT WAS THE REASON I BOUGHT IT. WAS SURPRISED -HAPPILY- WITH THE OTHER TWO

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  • Erin
  • SAN FRANCISCO, CA, United States
  • 06-03-11

Shame on you Harlequin!!

How could you produce, much less distribute such a horrible product?? I love Mary Jo Putney BUT, Helen Stern butchers every single American accent in this story to the point that I had to turn it off and skip to the next author. Her "interpretation" alternated between voices that sounded like she was pinching her nose, had marbles in her mouth or was born deaf and taught to speak (as is my dad so I know from whence I speak!) I wish I could get 1/3 of my money back!!

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