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Publisher's Summary

England, 1776: Lord Gareth de Montforte is known as an irresponsible rake with a heart of gold. When he takes a bullet for boldly thwarting a stagecoach robbery, he is stunned to discover that the beautiful young woman he has heroically rescued, Juliet Paige, is his deceased brother's American fiancée, accompanied by her infant daughter.
Despite his brother the duke's refusal to acknowledge Juliet, Gareth is determined to do right by the courageous woman who crossed an ocean to give her baby her rightful name. But Juliet is wary of marrying this black sheep aristocrat, even while she is hopelessly charmed by the dashing devil. Never has she met anyone who embraces life so thoroughly, who makes her laugh, who loves her so well. And, even when it seems the odds are against them, Juliet has absolute faith that Gareth will go beyond the call of duty, risking his life itself to give her and her daughter a home - and a love that will last a lifetime.
©2012 Danelle Harmon (P)2014 Danelle Harmon
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5 out of 5 stars
By Kindle Customer on 06-27-14

The Wild One First Book of a great Series

Would you consider the audio edition of The Wild One to be better than the print version?

Yes, but I also love to read a good Book, but in this case I am glad to have a very good Narrator read to me.

What was one of the most memorable moments of The Wild One?

From the start I needed a Handkerchief.In this story I cried and laugh out laud over some of the antics and fun of Gareth and his friends.just one of his antics was to paint the privets of the Statue of the Horse where King Gorge sat purple, I loved how this young man rescued the people from the robbery and saved there lives disregarding the danger to him.I very much liked this Hero ( Lord Gareth De Montforte )

Which scene was your favorite?

There was not just one scene which was my favorite but I loved the Character, patience, kindness,love and fun witch was Gareth.

If you could rename The Wild One, what would you call it?

I would not change a thing

Any additional comments?

This was a great Book, I could not stop listening, the story had me captured from the start and by the way the Narrator was fantastic and that he was a male voice made the story even more dramatic and so much better. I very much liked this Book and I am looking forward to the other stories of the De Montforte Brothers.

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10 of 10 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Past Romance on 08-12-14

Can't Get Enough of The De Montforte Brothers!

What did you love best about The Wild One?

This entire series is fantastic and The WIld One is an excellent introduction to the De Montforte Brothers. A close family, held together by the dangerous elder brother Lucien, the Duke of Blackheath, the De Montfortes are everything you dream the English Aristocracy should be. The brothers are handsome, fearless, and each have a distinct personality, reflected by the name the townspeople have given them. Garreth is "The Wild One" because of his untamed ways. Will he ever settle down? Only with the right woman.

What other book might you compare The Wild One to and why?

Jennifer Ashley's Mackenzie series, because it has a similar set of strong, courageous brothers at its center.

What does David Stifel bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

I've already read the entire series, three times in fact. David Stifel's narration made it all new again to me. His voices, at times a little silly (but probably what the people really sounded like), really make it real. His vocalization of the Duke of Blackheath alone make this series a must listen.

If you could take any character from The Wild One out to dinner, who would it be and why?

Lucien, because I would love to see inside that dark mind of his. :)

Any additional comments?

The entire series is fantastic and the narrator adds to it even more. I own them all and will listen to them many times, I am quite sure.

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7 of 7 people found this review helpful

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