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Publisher's Summary

From number-one New York Times best-selling author Stephanie Laurens comes the second title in a new Regency series, the Adventurers Quartet, featuring the adventures of four seafaring brothers and the women who capture their hearts.
Robert is the second-eldest Frobisher brother and is summoned to follow up on the secret mission started by his brother Declan. Arriving at the West African seaport settlement, he meets Aileen, who is determined to find her cousin who disappeared along with the other missing people Robert has been sent to find. Naturally, their paths cross. Robert knows how dangerous prying into this mystery is - other than Declan, everyone else who has investigated has disappeared, too - and he feels duty bound to dissuade Aileen from all further involvement. But she latches on to Robert and refuses to stay in safety when he goes deeper into the jungle.
Robert's reluctance to open up, to understand his own feelings, or even to engage with life itself beyond his ship is holding him back. But Aileen breaks through a crack in his armor. Will their connection strengthen and continue to evolve?
©2016 Stephanie Laurens (P)2016 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
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1 out of 5 stars
By Melody on 12-29-16

Poor narrator!

I listen to about an hour of this story and while it may have some redeeming value the narration is so emotionless and plodding I simply could not endure the sound of his voice any longer it nearly put me to sleep . If the story is good I just simply could not listen to it long enough to find out.

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5 out of 5 stars
By coveyduck on 06-07-16

Really like The Adventurers Quartet!

Where does A Buccaneer at Heart rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

Great performance, interesting story. Love how the series fits together, but each could stand alone. Well done! Have pre-ordered the Kindle version of the next release and hope Audible will have a performance available soon.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

I could not wait to get back to it!

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