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A great storyline and an indepth view of how the aristocracy valued status above values.The ability to sarcrifice anothers life by marrying for material gain to keep a family's titled status intact.
What does Helen Lloyd and Antony Ferguson bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?
Both narrators complemented one another and the genre in which the book was based.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
I waited for this to become available and was disappointed with it. Most of these stories are similar in that the hero and heroine have some problems but work through them and end up HEA. The fun comes in the humor and with the narration which neither were present in this novel. The narrator put me to sleep. I remember the author's earlier novels being fun and entertaining.
The heroine needed to get off the pity pot. All in all, the whole novel was flat and boring.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
This has been one of my favorite series and this latest edition is no disappointment. I admit that I found it a bit hard to get into but that may have been due to the narration. Helen Lloyd does a good job but she's too slow for me. Once I increased the speed of the narration to 1.25X it worked better.
Coming from the family he does it's no surprise that Roxton would be attracted to a "scandalous heiress." And Tillie, trying to avoid the reputation she's developed, doesn't want to get in the way of her sister's marriage possibilities. How they both navigate the ton and reach their HEA is a fun story. And there is cheating at cards, of course.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful