Sally

The Daring Debutantes, Book 7
Narrated by: Charlotte Anne Dore
Length: 5 hrs and 24 mins
Categories: Romance, Historical
4.4 out of 5 stars (74 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

She was an honored guest in a palatial country home. "Aunt Mabel," lovelorn columnist of Home Chats magazine, had been summoned to prevent the Duchess of Dartware's son, Paul, from a marriage worse than death.

Who would have guessed that behind Aunt Mabel's acid pen and ageless wisdom lurked eighteen-year-old Sally Blane - determined to make the handsome marquess her own! But how could she compete, wearing false wrinkles and a white wig? It was a challenge worthy of Sally herself: Conquer the upper crust of Dartware and enchant her newfound Prince Charming, without giving "Aunt Mabel's" secret away.

©1982 M. C. Beaton (P)2014 Blackstone Audio

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This book was quirky and different enough for a couple evening’s entertainment. Miss Dore’s narrations always take some getting used too, but if played on faster speed, it’s easy to get past the odd and stilted cadence. I think a different narrator could have added some wit and humor to the characters instead of the harsh play-by-play, and sometimes petulant tone, presented.