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I love the fact that Julia is the active sleuth in this book. This is probably more romance then mystery, and I figured out the villain pretty quickly; however, those factors do not diminish from the pleasure I received from reading this book.
Although I received a copy of the book from the author, I was under no obligation to give it a favorable review.
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What a great story line, I could not put this down, it held me captive.
I haven't read the other John Pickett books and I could tell that I was missing things, but not enough to affect my enjoyment of the book, it has however left me wanting to go back and get the earlier books.
The characters in this book are really vivid and I enjoyed getting to know a bit about them. I was quite impressed with Julia, she's rather remarkable for the era that she lives in, very determined.
The narration is well done, I enjoyed the character voices and the delivery was smooth and emotive.
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I figured out who did early on in the book. If you have read/listened to Waiting Game then it does help but you don't need it for this book.
This book is more of a romance between John Pickett and Lady Fieldhurst and how quite quickly their relationship moves.
I still liked the book and loved the narrator. I thought he did a great job in narrating the book and voicing the characters.
I would recommend it. It is suitable for all since there is no profanity or sexual content (behind closed doors) and some mild violence.
Can't wait for the next book!!
I came into this series cold not having read the previous bshe hadooks. I can honestly say there was enough information for me to get the gist of what had happened between John Pickett and Lady Fieldhurst previously, although I am quite intrigued as to how it happened so I will be getting books 1-4.
This book seems to be where Lady Fieldhurst comes into her own (how apt I finished it on international women’s day) John Pickett lies injured whilst on duty and after saving Lady Fieldhurst. He rouses briefly to give a huge clue that we the reader can pick up on but is misinterpreted in the story. I loved this ruse. I liked having the knowledge and being the observer as things went awry. All the while confident that the story will have a happy ending. Wonderful to listen to.
I am a fan of Joel Froomkin’s work. I think he is immensely talented. The range of voices he has is astounding. He completely did justice to Lady Fieldhurst in this story. The timbre of the voices he used sounded so right and appropriate, the verve and determination to support John came across so clearly in the narration. Not to miss out the side characters, everyone is given the same attention as they were the main character. Overall his narration is the perfect soundtrack to the images created by Sheri Cobb South’s excellent writing.
I was given a copy of this audiobook book in exchange for an honest review.