The third son of a duke, Lord Clayton Clearbrook, discovers he needs to marry quickly and sets his sights on Miss Briana Garland for a convenient marriage. To his shock, Briana, wanting love, denies the nobleman.
However, when an enemy comes calling, the couple soon discovers that love may indeed be the most important weapon of all....
This sweet historical romance series, about a duke's family, includes delightful, heartwarming love stories that bring the Regency period to life.
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Pearl Hewitt ruined the story for me.
the story was fine but was ruined by the stupid fake attempts at a accent. It doesn't even come close to an British accent.
ANYONE!!! For the first time ever I listened to a narrator that made me say I will never buy a book with her name as narrator.
So simple to listen and great for mutitasking
Yes, the storyline is great. I love all the main characters for this series. If you enjoy the others story for this series, you will enjoy this audible ebook. For me, this book never got old. I was able to read an ebook and listen to the audible. I was able to listen to it while reading my ebook. Or I could just lay back and just listen to Pearl Hewitt talking. For me, I love the book and storyline. It is something I will probably reread or listen to again. It helps when you are trying to past the time and it suck you back in even though you know how it going to end.
The Clearbrooks series is what I would compare it to, because it ties into the series. And other regency romance books.
I think she did a fabulous job on each character and how they are being portray. She kept In sync with the other audible ebook so for this series.
If I had the time than yes I would listen to all of it in one sitting. Especially on a rainy day.
I would say that if you the love the Clearbrooks audible than this is worth getting. I would recommend this product to my families and friends. Mrs. McCarthy and pearl Hewitt did an excellent job with this book. It is hard to pick a favorite.