A Dangerous Love

  • by Brenda Joyce
  • Narrated by Eve Bianco
  • 13 hrs and 10 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A Dangerous ObsessionTorn from his Romany mother's arms as a small boy, Viscount Emilian St. Xavier has spent a lifetime ignoring the whispers of "gypsy" that follow him everywhere. A nobleman with wealth, power and privilege, he does not care what the gadjos think. But when the Romany come to Derbyshire with news of his mother's murder at the hands of a mob, his world implodes. And Ariella de Warenne is the perfect object for his lust and revenge...A Dangerous PassionAriella de Warenne's heritage assures her a place in proper society, though as a radical and independent thinker she scorns her peers' frivolous pursuits in fashion and marriage - until a Roma camp arrives at Rose Hill, and she finds herself drawn to their charismatic leader, Emilian. Even when he warns her away, threatening that he intends to seduce and destroy her, she cannot refuse him. For Ariella is just as determined to fight for their dangerous love...


See More Like This

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful


I am only 1/3 of the way through and it really is torture to finish it. I myself also loved A Lady at Last but this one is horrible. Ariela professes her love to Emilian after what, literally one day? and in that day he treats her with nothing but disrespect and hatred. The first 4 hours are filled with nothing but Emilian's revengeful nature and spouting of his hatred for the English. If I hear the term Gaugo (sp) one more time i think i will puke. I agree with the other reviewer, the heroin in this one is no heroin but a week, spineless ninny and it is unbelievable she just accepts Emilians cruelty and says "oh but i love you". Granted as i said I am only about 5 hours into it and dreading the remaining (but i refuse to waste my money so i am really hoping it gets better). I really to recommend you save your money and your credit, this one is terrible and i usually have a pretty good tolerance for even the mediocre. Oh and i find the narrator HORRIBLE and nasaly sounding in most of the characters.
Read full review


I had no reason to like the guy

I thought the story pretty slow plonking along at times which is okay but geez Ariella is instanly in love and borderline obsessed with an idiot who had the "oohh poor me I'm an outcast" song and dance he didn't want to make the heroine an outcast too so he just treats her like dirt instead sorry but just couldn't get behind the suppose hero...
Read full review

- Beatriz

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-01-2008
  • Publisher: Harlequin Books S.A.