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Publisher's Summary

One Good Lady Is About to Go Bad...
The only thing Miss Melissa Goodly has ever wanted out of a marriage is love. But any hope of that dissolves one wild night, when she loses herself in the arms of the most irresistible - and unobtainable - man in all of England. For when they are discovered in a position as compromising as it is pleasurable, she has no choice but to accept his proposal.
Avowed bachelor Anthony Craven, Earl of Wickham, never meant to seduce an innocent like Melissa. Yet now that the damage is done, it does seem like she'd make a very convenient wife. After all, she is so naive he won't have to worry about ever being tempted. Or so he thinks, until the vows are spoken and they are left alone - and his new bride reveals a streak just as brazen and unrestrained as his own.
©2011 Brownen Evans (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
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By Amazon Customer on 04-23-15

A Painful and Frustrating Book

Is there anything you would change about this book?

As if the narrator's monotonous drone was not enough, she read sentence after sentence in such a disjointed, nonsensical manner that a listener has to second-guess what the author was actually trying to convey. A better narrator could have brought this story to life.

If you’ve listened to books by Bronwen Evans before, how does this one compare?

Bronwen Evans writes wonderfully romantic stories, but this one fell flat.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Faye Adele?

Susan Eriksen, Susan Duerden, or Rosalyn Landor

If this book were a movie would you go see it?

No.

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By Tracy T on 10-19-13

A frustrating disappointment!

This book was so frustrating and had so much potential, its too bad too because it could have been so much better. The characters were good, however the way the story was written was so frustrating. The constant misunderstanding based off of a look or the tone of voice or an action was just too much. Always assuming what the other thought or meant. Come on a little communication would be nice. There was not much dialogue in this book which was also annoying. All thoughts and feelings or fighting feelings most of the time was annoying. Even the plot had good potential but was lacking. I was so looking forward to this book to come out and so disappointed. The only good part is that there was some hot and steamy sex.
The narrator did a good job though I really like Faye Adele.

Don't waste a credit, and the kindle version is over 8 dollars. Save those dollars too.

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6 of 8 people found this review helpful

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