Taken by the Duke
- Narrated by: Morag Sims
- Length: 6 hrs and 15 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 13-01-15
- Language: English
- Publisher: Audible Studios
Amid all the lies and scandals that fuel Society's gossip mill, one truth has stood out: House Rothcastle and House Windbury have always hated each other. Lady Ava Windbury prays the feud will someday end, to no avail. One dreadful night, her brother accidentally causes the death of Christian Rothcastle's sister, a tragedy that leaves both men maimed.
Consumed by grief, Christian makes a grim decision. He will kidnap Lady Ava so that her family will feel the pain of loss as keenly as he feels the loss of his own sister. But once he has Ava in his clutches, desire takes unexpected hold. Even more surprising, she willingly surrenders to his every sexual whim - after haggling over the terms of giving up her virginity.
Too late, he realizes she is using her body for peace, not war. But just as their affair of revenges turns into an affair of the heart, the past rears its ugly head to take matters into its own hands...
Warning: This audiobook contains scenes of erotic seduction, sexual revenge and the healing power of love.
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By Zzrole on 11-04-15
Great narrator, great story
First I have to say this book has a lot of sex in it. The sex starts out as just sensuous but not relational. However as this story grows, so does the love between the characters. I thought the narrator was amazing and I hardly ever completely like the narrator. So that is a big bonus for me with this book. The book ends realistically, not everyone is happy. The hero and heroine live happily ever after but the heroine's brother still has many struggles ahead of him. I see a sequel to this book and am anxious to read Liam's tale.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
By kome on 19-10-15
Unnecessary 'inner thoughts' of the characters.
so much promise but fell flat when it tried to incorporate psychological analysis of the characters.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful