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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 08-04-18

OMG! Seductive! Lovely! Romantic!

Mistress Vale have done it again! Written a sequel to The Villain which leaves the listener close to dying from pleasure, especially due to the dark and seductive voice of Darcy Starks as Adam. The villain is back in London to finish his revenge once and for all, but can he do it without the help of His Little Dove? And will this couple end of alone? Or maybe, is there hope for them? Loved the continued story from the Villain, and the voice actor made me nearly swoon! Well done to Darcy Stark and Mistress Victoria

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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 08-03-18

Amazing! Brilliant! Different!

Don Jacobson have done it again!! A wonderful story, which shows another twist to Kitty and Colonel Fitzwilliam’s story seen from both upstairs and downstairs persons. In the first part of the story we follow Kitty from her employ in Cecil House and until her wedding. In the second story, we hear the same story, but seen from Annie Reynolds, a maid and Sergeant Henry, a footman ‘a point of view. This gives the listener and reader a deeper understanding of not only the Wardrobe universe, but also this alternative universe, while also telling the story from two different sides of positions of the regency world. What also struck me was the other well known characters of Maturin from Master and Commander, Jeremy Poldark from the series and book Poldark and lastly John Watson from Sherlock Holmes series, which was a creative struck of genius.
I couldn’t put the book down! I can’t wait for more from Don Jacobson’s creative desk.

The performance by Barbara made the Cecil family come alive as I listened to the story, and also gave me an idea how Kitty, Darcy, Colonel Fitzwilliam, Henry, Annie and many other beloved characters would sound. I especially have to congratulate Barbara for her singing as Henry during his proposal to Annie Reynolds, which was so sweet and romantic, and made this listener tear up.

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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 07-16-18

Surprising! Stunning!! Wonderful! Sad!

Another masterpiece by D. Jacobson which leads us through the magical and sometimes humorous Bennet Wardrobe. This time we follow young Elizabeth Bennet as she is transported through time to the roaring 20’s and 30’s England and Deauville. Most of the story are following Elizabeth, both as a child but also later when she is married to Darcy.
The couple visits Lake Geneva, where they meet some of the times greatest literary people; Percy Shelley, the woman who would become Mary Shelley and of course Lord Byron. This takes place in 1816, the year without a summer.

Amanda Berry once more made my imagination run wild with how Elizabeth, Countess Kate, Maggie, Mr Robards and Henry Fitzwilliam should sound like as live characters. I can only compliment Mr Jacobson’s choice of narrator for yet another piece of his Bennet Wardrobe Series. I can’t wait to hear more of the Bennet girls adventures through the Bennet Wardrobe.

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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 06-29-18

Wonderful story

Only a piece of the Bennet Wardrobe mystery is in this book/audiobook, and yet makes the reader want to go straight back to the books to read the adventures of the Bennet girls. The performance of Amanda Berry was wonderful, and gripping as heartbreak and renewed seal for life appears, and her voice fits wonderfully well for Lydia, and even the mysterious “K”
I personally can’t wait to hear the rest of the stories coming from D. Jacobson’s hand.

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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 06-15-18

Wonderful audiobook

Loved the audiobook as well as the paperback of this gorgeous variation of P&P!
I liked how Darcy had to work to change throughout the book, and how supportive of Georgiana he was all the way through!

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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 05-17-18

A most scandalous marriage

A most scandalous and satisfying experience, which made my toes curl in pleasure, and made me desire more of the wicked pleasure of Mistress Vale’s books and audiobooks.
Loved the whole scandalously turn of events which introduced Petra to Cecily and Sherry! Can’t wait for more!

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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 03-28-18

Brilliant, tempting and delicious

Mistress Vale has done it again! Tempting Two, where we are introduced to Colin and Edmund and Penny - how to chose one when her heart belongs to both men? It becomes a journey of love, choice and acceptance.

The narrator is a well known friend by now from earlier works of Mistress Vale’s including “The Masquerade”

Another masterpiece which made me love both men equally, so tempting and utterly delicious 😋

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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 03-01-18

Senual and highly satisfying

Mistress Victoria have done it again! Written a masterpiece and a continuation of Submitting to the Marquis but this time about Amelia, Simon’s sister and her search to escape her past and find her future with a suitable husband. She is taken by surprise when she meets a certain Mr. Darling in London...

The narrator has a voice which is built for sin, and fits the role of the males in Mistress Victoria’s stories about the Fitzwilliam siblings, beautifully! His narration as Simon Fitzwilliam and Michael Darling is to die for! I can recommend this story very HIGHLY!
The story is sensual and highly satisfying!

Congratulations Mistress Victoria on yet another gorgeous story!

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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 02-08-18

Tormenting and brilliant

Once again Joana Starnes torments poor Darcy through this wonderful, sad, romantic and beautiful story! Stevie Zimmerman is a wonderful narrator, which was a pleasure to listen to.
A hint of Shakespearian in the story of suitors swapping, and yet hope for a happy ending between the right couples.

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5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 12-08-17

A funny and sweet romance

Amelia and the Viscount took a while for me to like but after a while I started to like it more than a little! It was humorous, sweet and hopeful but with a little dash of naughtiness included in the romance! It was also very nice to see a man who finally appreciate the woman who had been in front of him for an awfully long time!
But what I found the best of the story was the sisters interactions, and how the storyteller made the sisters come alive in my mind! A truly worth read with a sweet if humorous romance

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