If He's Sinful : Wherlocke

  • by Hannah Howell
  • Narrated by Ashford MacNab
  • Series: Wherlocke
  • 11 hrs and 0 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Secrecy and intrigue ignite dangerous passions in New York Times bestselling author Hannah Howell’s seductive new novel…It is whispered throughout London that the members of the Wherlocke family are possessed of certain unexplainable gifts. But Lord Ashton Radmoor is skeptical - until he finds an innocent beauty lying drugged and helpless in the bedroom of a brothel. The mystery woman is Penelope Wherlocke, and her special gift of sight is leading her deep into a dangerous world of treachery and betrayal. Ashton knows he should forget her, yet he’s drawn deeper into the vortex of her life, determined to keep her safe. But Penelope is no ordinary woman, and she’s never met the man strong enough to contend with her unusual abilities. Until now…


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My thoughts on the first book in this series was completely negative regarding the narrator. I decided to listen to the second in the series to see if I felt any different. Not much! The only thing I will give the narrator credit for are the childrens' voices. Others were screeching and very irritating while one of the main characters, Ashton, was SO MUNDANE! Really hard to listen to in my opinion. I'm so sorry to see that Ashford MacNab reads all the series with the exception of the last release. Maybe there's hope!

Just so that I'm clear...I do love the story and Hannah Howell.
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- Artkeep "Dianne"

Oh! This one was good!

Given how underwhelmed I was by book 1 in this series, that's how much I loved this one! Hannah Howell has completely redeemed herself in my eyes, and given me something so interesting and engrossing that I spent too many nights in the facinating company of her Wherlockes.

Sexy and intriguing, this book was short on humor, but long on great characters. The villains are beyond evil, and freak me out a little! The supernatural element actually worked, adding a new dimension to the genre.

My only complaint, and it's a small one, is Ashford MacNab. Her delivery is so maudlin and plodding all the time that it's hard to feel happy or excited when the plot calls for it. She reads every word with the same dramatic inflection and tone. Ah well, that's our Ashford for you. (Also, her Welsh accent is atrocious, but it is a hard one to do.) All her heros and heroines have the same exact voice regardless of what they sounded like in previous books -- and it bugged me a tiny bit --- but only because I listened to the books back to back.

Its my fault. I've been going through this series like a box of bon bons, and it's given me a bit of a tummy ache.

Do yourself a favor -- if you get into this series, take a break between each of the books. That way you probably won't have that problem.

This one goes in the reread pile -- but I'll have to wait a while.
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- bluestategirl "I need more ears!"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-18-2014
  • Publisher: Audible Studios