The Enigma Earl. The Lord Phantom. That's what the gossip pages call Lord Greenwich, a mysterious nobleman who doesn't show his face in London Society. With a reputation like that, it's no wonder that Lydia Montgomery is horrified to be dragged from bed and packed off to live with him to save her mother from penury.
While Lydia has received all of the training a lady should endure, she's decidedly un-ladylike. She despises her corset and isn't interested in marriage; in fact, she would prefer to remain unmarried so that she can spend her time improving her art. But if she wants a chance at happiness, she'll have to set aside her fear of Lord Greenwich and discover the man hiding behind the beast.
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By Dedicated Amazon Shopper on 26-04-15
Good Read... But...
This was a really good read! I loved all of the characters and especially the quick witt of Lydia and Edward... This book had me laughing out loud on several occasions. But it was kind of drawn out and there was only one sex scene... I have to admit I am a little jaded and wanted some more fiery sex scenes and interaction between the main characters... But still this was very entertaining.
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By Diana on 13-02-15
Wonderful Performance of an Okay Story
What made the experience of listening to Meet the Earl at Midnight the most enjoyable?
Marian Hussey. Her performance was terrific. She captured each of the characters nicely and added an extra layer of realism to the book.
What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)
The ending was okay but I felt as if there were several issues left unresolved. It was vaguely unsatisfying.
Which character – as performed by Marian Hussey – was your favorite?
Edward's mother. It was like listening to Angela Lansbury in Beauty and the Beast. I think she captured her age and personality very well.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
She jumped in his carriage and stole his heart.
Any additional comments?
Marian Hussey has been added to my auto-buy list! She reminded me a lot of Ashford McNab.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful