Threat of Scandal

  • by Ayr Bray
  • Narrated by Stevie Zimmerman
  • 4 hrs and 47 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

At 20 years of age, Georgiana Darcy embarks on her third season in London hoping to find true love. Things go terribly wrong when she is implicated in a scandalous affair with the Duke of Rothford and, though she is innocent of wrongdoing, London society shuns her and her reputation is in tatters.
For months the Duke has had troubles of his own; the last thing he needs is to be caught up in London's latest scandal with a perfect stranger. The Duke is an honourable man, however, and does his best to clear their names and restore Georgiana's reputation.
The Duke's kindness and attentiveness ignite the kind of love in Georgiana she's always dreamed of. She knows a peer of the realm could never marry a mere gentleman's daughter, so she contents herself with simply being near him. But when a new scandal arises, she must leave London and the Duke or risk losing her reputation forever.

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It's Georgiana's turn!

What did you like most about Threat of Scandal?

The story as a whole AND the narration of Stevie Zimmerman. A good story can be ruined by a bad narrator.


What other book might you compare Threat of Scandal to, and why?

Any of Ayr Bray's other books, plus those of P.O. Dixon, Abigail Reynolds, Maria Grace and Regina Jeffers. They're some of my favourite writers in this genre and Ayr Bray has now joined them.


Which character – as performed by Stevie Zimmerman – was your favourite?

I can't really single just one character out. I hadn't heard Stevie Zimmerman narrate until I listened to Ayr Bray's books but she has a very good style, perfect for this type of book.


If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

Mr. Darcy's sister is in trouble!


Any additional comments?

I thought it was a nice touch to give a warning about it's content before the final chapter. The rest of the book could be listened to by any audience but the epilogue is only for those who don't object to scenes of a sexual nature. Personally, it doesn't bother me but anyone who wants to listen to this book can easily miss the final chapter without missing anything vital to the story as a whole.

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- Anji Dale

Book Details

  • Release Date: 15-12-2014
  • Publisher: Ayr Bray