Falling into Bed with a Duke : Hellions of Havisham

  • by Lorraine Heath
  • Narrated by Helen Lloyd, Rich Cope
  • Series: Hellions of Havisham
  • 10 hrs and 5 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In the first in a dazzling new series, New York Times best-selling author Lorraine Heath introduces the Hellions of Havisham - three charismatic rogues destined to lose their hearts....
After six unsuccessful seasons, Miss Minerva Dodger chooses spinsterhood over fortune-hungry suitors. But thanks to the Nightingale Club, she can at least enjoy one night of pleasure. At that notorious establishment, ladies don masks before choosing a lover. The sinfully handsome duke of Ashebury is more than willing to satisfy the secretive lady's desires - and draws Minerva into an exquisite, increasingly intimate affair.
A man of remarkable talents, Ashe soon deduces that his bedmate is the unconventional Miss Dodger. Intrigued by her wit and daring, he sets out to woo her in earnest. Yet Minerva refuses to trust him. How to court a woman he has already thoroughly seduced? And how to prove that the passion unleashed in darkness is only the beginning of a lifetime's pleasure...?

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Good Story with Narration Problems

What made the experience of listening to Falling into Bed with a Duke the most enjoyable?

Very enjoyable story.


What did you like best about this story?

Plot and characters.


Would you be willing to try another one of Helen Lloyd and Rich Cope ’s performances?

No. Ms. Lloyd is an effective narrator when she is reading the general text, but she can't change her voice to represent different characters. That is a fatal problem. I couldn't even determine who was speaking.


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- Iolanthe

Good Story

Some of the actions and lives of the characters do not correlate with how I believe London Society truly was - but overall it was an enjoyable read, and I plan to acquire the other two books.
I was a little disappointed in the narrator's performance, it was hard for me to hear a distinct difference for each person, and I couldn't fully distinguish the male narrator until the epilogue.
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- R. York

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-27-2015
  • Publisher: HarperAudio