Happily Bedded Bliss : Rakes of Cavendish Square

  • by Tracy Anne Warren
  • Narrated by Charlotte Anne Dore
  • Series: Rakes of Cavendish Square
  • 12 hrs and 40 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

When Lady Esme Byron happens upon a gorgeous naked man sleeping beside a secluded country lake, she can't resist the impulse to sketch him. But when her highly improper drawing is mistakenly revealed at a party, she finds her once-pristine reputation in tatters.
Gabriel, Lord Northcote, may be a notorious rakehell, but he is still stunned to find himself accused of despoiling a duke's sister - especially since he's never set eyes on her. When Esme's six irate brothers demand a hurried trip down the aisle, he has no choice but to comply. He thinks that he can forget about his inconvenient bride, but Esme Byron is no ordinary woman, and Gabriel is about to learn just how unforgettable she can be.

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Terrible narrator

The story line was a bit incipid, not as good as the first book. But the narrator was wooden and mispronounced so many words it was incredible. She read it in a monotone and like she was reading it for the first time, putting stops and starts and pauses in the wrong places. I liked the first book so well, but am nottsure I will continue the series if more come out. And I will definitely avoid this narrator.
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- Diana

STORY WAS ENJOYABLE...NARRATION WAS TERRIBLE

Where does Happily Bedded Bliss rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

The story ranks probably in the middle. No real heavy subject matter, no real mysteries, no real difficult situations. It did have some funny parts and did deal with a bad family relationship. The problem with this bvook was the narrator. She was just not what a good narrator should be.


What was one of the most memorable moments of Happily Bedded Bliss?

To me, the part where Esme tells Gaberial about expecting their baby.


How could the performance have been better?

This narrator did a poor job on this book. This hero is supposed to be strong, good looking, powerful and his voice sounds whiney, like he was talking out his nose. The story was read word by word. Word...then word...then word...no emotion, no excitement just word by word. It was just wrong! Everythng sounded the same.


Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

There were some funny parts. Esme was always just this side of trouble. She was quite a feisty young lady.


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- CINDY

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-01-2016
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio