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Would you consider the audio edition of Intimate Deception to be better than the print version?
Yes this was more enjoyable as the characters really came to life for me.
What did you like best about this story?
Strong heroine who was also gentle and so caring of her family.
Which character – as performed by Sarah Coomes – was your favourite?
Grace really shone for me. The narrator has one of those voices I could listen to all day.
Any additional comments?
Sarah Coomes and Laura Landon - a match made in heaven.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
If you are like me and you just love a good Historical/Romances then this one doesn't disappoint.
This book is made up of great characters who have you sympathising over their dilemmas, a good plot that's not your usual 'Rake sees Virgin over ballroom' type, lovely building romance and throw in a couple of baddies, a twist or two and you've got yourself a good listen.
Worth a credit? It is definite YES - but at $9.79 I would just buy it and save your credits for a more expensive book.
18 of 21 people found this review helpful
Intimate Deception is the first book in a duet by Laura Landon set during Victorian England where the hero is a tortured soul who's lost two wives while trying to give birth to his heirs. He's sworn off getting married again and visits a brothel once a week to escape getting another woman pregnant. Turns out one of the prostitutes he visits one night is a virgin who asked a friend to help her lose her virginity so she won't have to marry a deviant bible thumper. While it works out for the young lady, our hero won't let bygones be bygones and he goes searching for her to ensure he didn't get her pregnant. When they realize she did conceive, he marries her in haste and without affection to keep the child legitimate. The rest of the story is how he tries to resist his growing attraction and feelings for the lady, despite the fact that she deceived him initially. There is an additional mystery subplot where someone is trying to kill our hero and heroine -- and it's not who you assume it is! Simply put, if you like your historical romance packed with emotional punch, Intimate Deception does not disappoint!
2 of 2 people found this review helpful