THERE COMES A TIME IN A LADY'S LIFE
The Earl of Swartingham is in a quandary. Having frightened off two secretaries, Edward de Raaf needs someone who can withstand his bad temper and boorish behavior.
WHEN SHE MUST DO THE UNTHINKABLE....
When Anna becomes the earl's secretary, it would seem that both their problems are solved. But when she discovers he plans to visit the most notorious brothel in London, she sees red - and decides to assuage her desires....
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By barry on 01-11-13
If you could sum up The Raven Prince in three words, what would they be?
What did you like best about this story?
The characters are very entertaining and believable, sometimes funny, sometimes very sexy, and sad in parts, it brings out lots of emotions.
Which scene did you most enjoy?
In the grotto, and the scenes where the characters were being humorous.
Any additional comments?
A bit slow when introducing the charcters, but once I got past chapter 5 I was totally hooked.
Narration is very good and I enjoyed moira's voices.
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By Sidonie on 09-02-13
Jubilant about this Author and Narrator.
The humor, period detail, romance and vivid characters make this book one of my favorites. I love the way each chapter starts with an excerpt from a fairy tale and both conclude in the final chapter. The writing is just extraordinary. The publishers consistently get it right when it comes to the narration. If all the audio books could be so lucky. This author won fan favorite for best love scene (All About Romance) for Thief of Shadows but to me all her books deserve kudos.
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By 🔹🔹🔹CAROLYN 🔹🔹🔹 on 10-02-13
IF YOU'R LOOKING FOR ROMANCE THEN LOOK NO FURTHER
Book 1 of the Prince Trilogy (the Prince's are mythical fairytales that slowly unfold at the beginning of each chapter) I love E.H.'s books and this one is filled with likeable flawed characters that come to life as you become more involved in a well written, well narrated storyline that has passion, humour, emotion, blackmail and some steamy love scenes.
Anna isn't a pretty well gowned young debutant or Lady and Edward isn't a handsome young rake but their story IS beautiful - a lowly almost penniless widow and a scarred loud Earl who try, but fail, to keep to the social boundaries dictated by the rules of Georgian England's Society.
Worth a credit? This is a sweet romance novel and definitely, absolutely and certainly worth a credit but, for the listeners who must have total 'historical accuracy' as well, they should look elsewhere. As for me, we'll I'm eagerly off to listen to book 2 The Leopard Prince and then 3 The Serpent Prince (ahhhh isn't life grand!).
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