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A man fleeing from rebellion, and a woman trapped in convention -- and neither knew the other existed until tonight...
Pierre d'Épiluçon never expected to leave France, let alone flee for his life. After losing control of his vessel, the twenty-eight-year-old nobleman is rescued by a fisherman's daughter.
Helena, desperate to escape her own version of entrapment of dreary familial expectation, tries to nurse Pierre back to health and their opposing status - and political views – collide. The growing attraction between them, of course, seems to have just one cure...
Will Pierre recover from his injuries, or lose his heart? Can Helena grow to care for the shipwrecked suitor who sailed into her life? This is the third in a series of eight Ravishing Regencies.
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A hot, short, historical romance
Shipwrecked with a Suitor is a hot historical romance about a woman who rescues a Frenchman who washes up on the beach. The story is an entertaining quick read (or listen). The relationship moves perhaps too quickly for my liking, but it is a pretty tale.
This story contains a graphic sex scene. Adult readers only.
The narrator of the audiobook has a rich voice which is well suited to the story.
I received a complimentary copy of this audiobook. This is my honest and voluntary review.
- Nicole Posey
Wonderful book and well read. Loved listening to it. Must have for all to add.
I Loved This Story!
The more I read of historical novels the more I am convinced and of the opinion that even though the Earls, Dukes, etc needed someone to inherit from them and that they should be all that more keen to get married and have a family, that they seem to need a good old kick in the butt and then perhaps the little lightbulb would go off or the penny would drop.
This was a really great story. I loved that fact that Helena gave Pierre her trust (on a misunderstanding) and that his intentions were not to marry her, but it turned into a lovely second chances story which was really good.
Emily Murdoch's story telling has improved with each book in this series and I am totally happy to recommend this one.
I originally read an Advance Reader's Copy of the ebook and have now also listened to the Audiobook which is equally as good and beautifully read by Verity Burns.
The above is my voluntary and unbiased review