Indiscreet : Horsemen Trilogy

  • by Mary Balogh
  • Narrated by Rosalyn Landor
  • Series: Horsemen Trilogy
  • 10 hrs and 28 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

From New York Times best-selling author Mary Balogh comes the first novel in the Horsemen trilogy, a scandalous romance of yearning passion and dangerous desires....
In the country visiting his twin brother, Viscount Rawleigh longs for a little diversion, and beautiful young widow Catherine Winters seems like easy prey. But Rex's target is a lady of virtue, and when she roundly rejects his improper proposal to become his mistress, Rex finds himself faced with a delectable challenge.
Catherine knows she must fight the indecent feelings the viscount arouses within her - feelings that bring to life a past she had sought to escape - even as the handsome lord refuses to relent in his amorous attentions. But even though she knows one kiss could bring her to ruin, temptation proves an insurmountable foe - and Catherine cannot ignore the beating of her treacherous heart....


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This was probably one of my favorites to date. The story was intriguingly different than most. The heroine has a tragic past and the hero starts out as a jerk but redeems himself because of his love for her.
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- anne "Say something about yourself!"

Excellent narration. Good story. Average romance.

Balogh always has interesting prose and it is good here. And the book works well as a dissection of rape culture and slut shaming while exposing issues with the romantic alphahole protagonist. The hero learns through the course of the novel that no means no. And has his eyes opened (to a degree) about the male privilege he's swimming within. So, on that front the book is interesting. It's good in dealing with issues of sexism and rape culture. On the romantic front, it is somewhat ho-hum on the romance front. I'm not sure it could be otherwise since clearly one of the aims of the novel was to highlight the issues of a man swimming in a sexist culture that thinks women are 'teases' or 'prudes' and that flirtation must always meet his ends. He learns (a bit) over the novel so there's progression but it makes a bit of a tough slog to root for him through much of the novel. The poor heroine in the other hand more than deserves a happy ending, so there's that.
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- L. Ward "l_ward"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-04-2016
  • Publisher: Recorded Books