Vivien Manning, the notorious Mistress Matchmaker, is tired. Tired of the parties, tired of the lovers, tired of being her. So she decides to leave London behind once and for all and start a whole new life. But before she goes, she must tie up some loose ends, and makes a list that includes a man she's never been fully able to let go - Benedict Greystone. Benedict was broken when Vivien broke off their affair years ago. When she comes back into his life - and his bed - he isn't certain of anything except the power of their desire. But as Vivien moves closer to disappearing forever, both of them begin to question if the past can be overcome and if love might be the one loose end that cannot be neatly tied up.
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Excellent conclusion to the series
- Lia "I love all genres of books. However, when I listen to audio books as I clean, garden, drive they are better with a lot of heat!"
Kind of disgusting to me..
I'm all for sex on my books but I found the first chapter if this book quite disgusting. From all the 4 and 5 star reviews on Amazon I can tell that most of you do not, but 'to each his own' I guess. For anyone thinking of getting this book I suggest you read the sample on Amazon first. As with the other two books there was a lot of sex in the rest of the book too but it was between Benedict and Vivien only. The book became quite repetitive, inasmuch as she kept saying they couldn't be together because of their stations in life.
Of course, I new there would be a HEA but after that first chapter I just couldn't see it. She did good deeds but she was still just a skank as far as I was concerned. Sorry. This is my last book by this author. I prefer romantic sex in my books and this author makes sex as dirty as she can. I'll take Lorraine Heath or Sabrina Jeffries or Lisa Kleypas any day over this kind of writing.
As to the narrator: She did a pretty good job and some voices and terrible on others. She doesn't show any talent when it comes to whispering, sighing, laughing, etc. She just reads the book. So, no, not very good but not horrible either. I wouldn't go out of my way to listen to her again.
- Trish R.