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What made the experience of listening to Lady Harriette the most enjoyable?
Lady Harriette is sassy. While Elizabeth has wit and is impertinent Lady H is a sassy as they come, not to mention gutsy. Going into a "House of ill repute" dressed as a man. Now that takes guts especially in those days. Lady Harriette is one of my favorite characters second to Elizabeth. I would love to see another book with an expectant Harriette.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Lady Harriette?
Showing her tough stuff when they are kidnapped and she strikes out at her captor. Besides dressing as a man. What a Lady
Have you listened to any of Pearl Hewitt’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Yes, I have listened to Pearl Hewitt and she is a good performer, I like her.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
I plugged into my computer, put my earphones on, sat down, and stayed that way until the story was over. Of course I have my chair under my pretty tree with all my snacks on the table. Got myself comfortable and spent the day with the Darcy's and the Fitzwilliams
Any additional comments?
I want P.O. Dixon to write a sequel to this book. I want to see Harriette get that tough stuff going with a child in her arms.
What did you like most about Lady Harriette?
I didn't much like the character of the eponymous heroine at first but as the story progressed, I grew to like her a lot more. So that would have to be my favourite part - the gradual change in my opinion of her.
Who was your favorite character and why?
The lovely Colonel Richard, as always, but we must never forget Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy, although he doesn't play a large part in this book.
Have you listened to any of Pearl Hewitt’s other performances? How does this one compare?
I've heard many audiobooks narrated by Pearl Hewitt. This is performance is very similar to most of the others. I sometimes think she has a problem with the male voices but overall, she's pretty good and better than many I've heard.
If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?
Something's rotten in the Fitzwilliam family! Who's behind the disappearance of all the money?
Any additional comments?
I hadn't realised this was a sequel to some of P.O. Dixon's other works, but I shall now be going back to use some of my credit on them, as I'd love to hear where the original story begins.