With Darcy driving me out of London in a borrowed motorcar, I soon discover that he isn't planning to introduce me to the pleasures of sinning in secret - as I had hoped - but to make me his wife! Of course there are some quibbles to be dealt with, such as my needing special permission from the king to marry a Roman Catholic and the question of where we might live after the honeymoon. Though he will inherit a title, Darcy is as broke as I am. Even his family's Irish castle has been sold to a rich American who now employs Darcy's father as a hired hand.
Throwing these cares to the wind, nothing could deter us from our mission - except perhaps the news that my future father-in-law has just been arrested. It seems the rich American was murdered, and Darcy's father had more than enough motive to do the deed. With the elopement postponed, we head for Ireland, where he insists he's innocent, and it's up to us to prove it - for better or worse.
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By Miss V E Priestley on 10-07-17
Where does Crowned and Dangerous rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
Lovely addition to the series, as always interesting and very entertaining.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Yes, but it was too long to do this
By Karen on 31-12-16
Another fun royal shyness mystery
This is a great listen. The narrator brings all the characters to life and having listened to so many now - they all feel like part of the family. Can't wait for another ........will Darcy and Georgie finally make it to the alter? I am buying a hat Jin readiness and just in case!
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By Dylan on 28-03-17
I always adore Lady Georgiana
What did you like best about this story?
Finally feels like Georgie and Darcy are FINALLY and TRULY getting somewhere.
What does Katherine Kellgren bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Katherine Kellgren is untouchable as a narrator. She brings every character to life so effortlessly.
Any additional comments?
My only negative is that after 10 books there are some repetitions that could be removed. I feel like they are fillers. But I always enjoy the story and always enjoy the setting of each story.
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By Archer on 27-12-16
No, it looks like he isn't! Thank goodness!
Most of you will have no idea what that headline was all about. Sorry about that:
It is the answer to the question I asked in the headline to my review of "Malice at the Palace":
"Is Darcy becoming another Daniel Sullivan?". Basically I was all ranting about how Darcy had started to show some very annoying old-fashioned tendencies (just like Sullivan) was being overprotective and mostly absent, and how the wole relationship between Darcy and Georgie was going nowhere and had become boring and superfluous ...
So, now I'm happy to say that this novel basically was more than I could have hoped for! No really: all I had been ranting about has changed. Well, not completely maybe, but finally Georgie and Darcy are working well together, both as a couple AND as detectives, Queeny is less of a pain in the *** and we even get to know more about Darcy and his family. Brilliant!
Thank you Mrs Bowen. In case you ever read this: You really really made my day!!
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