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A fateful shipwreck leaves the young and wealthy Lord Brandon presumed dead, and his estate in England lies abandoned and ripe for the picking. Years later, his step-cousin Justine finds him alive and drug-addicted, and against his family's wishes, boldly brings him home to reclaim his inheritance. 

Dark surprises disturb Brandon at every turn - a ruined property, a traitorous, bitter family, his fiancee married to his rival. And Justine, the shy, quiet girl he grew up with is no longer a little girl, but an alluring and determined young woman. Can he trust her or is she a part of the intricate web of lies and half-truths? 

As they work together to salvage what's left of Wolfsgate and their place in society, age-old jealousies and shadowy secrets threaten at every turn, but irresistible passions run wild and prove even more powerful. 

Justine is his wife, after all. 

Justine and Brandon have been bound in a marriage forced upon them by their family for their own deceitful purposes. But the deep, loyal bond that grows between husband and wife isn't part of their enemies' plan. In fact, it could destroy their plan.

No one counted on Brandon and Justine falling in love. Not even Brandon and Justine.

Contains mature themes.

©2014 Cat Porter (P)2020 Tantor

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so wanted to love this book

This storyline started well but then it turned to half of every chapter being very explicit. Some steam is expected but too much takes away from the story. I finally gave up at ch 30.

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Heavy and fulfilling

Wow. This one was heavy but beautiful. The author did a wonderful job with layers of the story. Spoiler: there is addiction, some abuse that might make some people sensitive to issues uncomfortable. The romance development was lovely. It’s a very steamy, descriptive novel. Loved the ending. Justine Eyre has the most beautiful voice but the make reader was sooo monotone. Also the shifting between the two was a struggle as I had to adjust to the different voices for the same characters. Overall very enjoyable!

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Excellent

The book was riveting. It told a great tale that wove itself throughout the book.

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Alex Wyndham, is this you?

Are Alex Wyndham and Will Thorne the same person? If not, their voices are surprisingly similar.
I enjoyed the book about a number of complex people with unhappy back stories. Unfortunately, anyone who had a sugar plantation at the time in Jamaica exploited enslaved people to do the work. It kept me from finding Brendan quite so heroic.
Cultural note: Christmas Trees were a German tradition introduced by Victoria towards the middle of the 19th Century.

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Human Frailties Transcended

The H/h are imperfect yet decent people who are tossed about by life, do their best and come right in the end. It is a long book yet kept my interest throughout. There is explicit sex yet in the context of the story it makes sense to show it. The people felt real. The situations worked with the story. Really well done.

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Worth the credit

What a truly good story. Lots of angst. I mean lots of angst. I’m not big on angst but this book was really good. Lots of sex and frustration. The two narrators were just perfect. They did an awesome job. Well worth the credit.

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EXCELLENT READ

This was a excellent book. You truly love listening to it. Two of my favorite narrator.

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  • 06-10-21

Should come with a warning

I enjoyed this book. However I feel that it should come with a warning. Explicit detailed sex scenes are included. Nice if you want to listen to that. No so nice if you are unaware the book contains it. It needs adding to the description.

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  • Mrs S
  • 02-18-22

Good potential but........

If the rather boring, repetative sex scenes were removed, a very good story could be listened to in 8 enjoyable hours rather than the 11 hours published. The sex scenes, in my opinion, detracted from a good story.

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