A Lady of Hidden Intent : Ladies of Liberty

  • by Tracie Peterson
  • Narrated by Barbara Caruso
  • Series: Ladies of Liberty
  • 9 hrs and 47 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Award-winning author of over 75 CBA best-selling novels, Tracie Peterson is highly acclaimed for authentic historical romances that enthrall and inspire. In this compelling sequel to A Lady of High Regard, an 1850s British nobleman - facing wrongful imprisonment - sends his daughter Catherine to Philadelphia to conceal her past and start a new life as a seamstress. The City of Brotherly Love is soon abuzz with the superior workmanship and elegant design of Catherine's clothing. And when two aspiring customers visit her shop one day, Catherine recognizes their handsome companion as Carter - the American lawyer who visited her father's English estate five years ago. She immediately notices Carter's interest in her. But despite their mutual attraction, Catherine fears he'll remember who she really is and jeopardize her father's only chance for freedom.


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Customer Reviews

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Hard to Hear

Would you try another book from Tracie Peterson and/or Barbara Caruso?

Definitely will try another book from Tracie Peterson but not Barbara Caruso if I can help it.

What didn’t you like about Barbara Caruso’s performance?

It became very frustrating and difficult to listen to this book. The narrator had such a variation in volume that when I turned up the volume high in order to hear the end of sentences, I still couldn't make them out. And of course the rest of the sentence was painfully loud. I was interested in the story and wanted not to miss a beat. Instead I endured to the end, missing the whispered sentence endings about 1/4 of the time.

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- Amazon Customer

Truly Terrible

This is the worst book I have ordered from Audible in my five years of subscribing. The characters are flat and uninteresting and the plot boring and predictible. The good characters are sugar sweet and have never in their lives had a bad though. The bad characters are over the top mean and evil. And just to add a bit of fun, the author tosses in an abortion debate! I felt like I'd wandered past the downtown planned parenthood site and had to listen to the radicals screeching about "baby killers."

When ordering a romance, I expect light entertainment with interesting characters and a plot with at least ONE twist to it. This book was sadly disappointing.
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- Andrea

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-23-2008
  • Publisher: Recorded Books