Being the new father of a precocious little boy is but one of the challenges Darcy faces in this delightful sequel to number-one best seller in Regency Romances He Taught Me to Hope. Extended family and friends - old and new - also demand their share of attention.
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Entertaining and Moderately Engaging
Probably not. It was a fun listen and I enjoyed it overall especially one big shocker for me, but there were things I found less satisfying, too.
There were a few, but I think when Ben spoke to Darcy of how he would miss him most if Darcy wasn't in his life.
I thought she was amazing the well she distinguished all those voices and told such a good story.
Well I don't know if it would be considered moving, but when Bingley finds himself in trouble because a few villains plotted and trapped him, I found that quite a shocking turn of events.
This is the third book in a series and shouldn't be read standalone or out of order.
Overall, I enjoyed this trilogy and would recommend it even if the first book is probably the strongest. There are several interesting elements brought out in this one that it was interesting to see pursued.
- Sophia Rose "Reviewer for Delighted Reader Blog"
Enjoyable continuation of the Young Knight's Quest
P.O. Dixon is able to bring to life these very well known characters but with a twist in circumstances as well as a few new and more developed characters. I enjoyed the relationship between Darcy and young Ben.
The storyline weaved is continually brought back to young Ben and his lively imagination. The way he is able to bring out the best in others and their imagination in King Arthur's court is wonderful.
I have listened to Pearl Hewitt's narrations in many of P.O. Dixon's novels - she does a great job at giving each character their own voice.
I was constantly smiling as I listened to this story.