On the eve of her wedding to the heir of Saiturn Manor, the stunningly beautiful Gytha is shocked to learn that her betrothed, a man she barely knew, is dead. Now she must marry the new heir, Thayer Saiturn, a battle-hardened knight, known as the Red Devil. With a face scarred in battle and a heart broken in love, Thayer has no interest in marriage. But not even the Red Devil can break the promise his foster-father made years ago, and he soon finds himself married to a woman whose exquisite beauty and sweet innocence intrigue him. But can his new bride look beyond his scars to find the hidden passion and undying love locked deep inside him?
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Good Story -- Not So Good Narration!
- Lady M
A fantastic romance
I have not read the print version. The narrator has received some bad reviews, but I think she is one of the best. She did a great job on all the voices and I have come to look for a Mary Jane WElls narration wehn choosing a book
When the hero found out his wife was pregnant. It was so funny, I could see it all in my mind. Most of the book included humour along with some very intelligent analysis on physical beauty. This was such an interesting book. It was very thought provoking.
Yes. I found this book when searching for her other narrations.
Absolutely. I could not stop and listened to it in one sitting. It had such great dialogue. Very little internal thoughts. The dialogue allowed me to understand what the characters were feeling and how they interacted with others. This made me care about them and become immersed in the story.
I was not expecting a lot from this book, but was so wrong. It turned out to be just great. I loved the two main characters and the wonderful supporting cast. It was funny and heart-felt. The hero's insecurity about how he looks is a change from the usual, where the female is the "ugly duckling". The H/H discussed issues with each other, especially after a love scene, so you got a sense that their relationship was growing stronger and that it was not just based on passion. There was a real sharing of two lives and how they have to blend together to form a marriage.
What can I say, I loved it!