Lady X

  • by Claudy Conn
  • Narrated by Mary Sarah Agliotta
  • 6 hrs and 53 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Exerilla is a white witch. Her father is a dark and dangerous warlock with an agenda to marry her to someone she despises. He has the power to do this before she reaches her majority, which will occur at Samhain, Halloween. Her mother has a plan and against her daughter's will, implements that plan, which sends Exerilla into the past, where she must remain until October 31st - months away. And magic is something she can't use because her father could trace it to her. Here is the problem, plans have a way of seeping from black and white into gray.


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What a mess!

Wow, I guess I am in minority here with my review of this book. Because I thought this story was a mess. The concept of the story was good, a white witch who goes back in time to the year 1815 from present day. However, the story line and plot were all over the place, none of it flowed well together at all. Lacked any cohesiveness and jumped around too much. Nonsensical is a good word to describe the way this story was written. I felt like I was listening\reading someone's random thought process and said I will make a book out of this.


The connection between the h/h was so strange and forced, not at all authentic or sincere. The dialogue was lacking as well. The ending was just strange.

I think the story is more about the hero, Hunter MacTorry's revenge\story than the heroine, Exerilla. It was just all very strange.

And how many villains can you have in one book? There were quite a few in this one.

I almost didn't finish it. Glad it was free on amazon and 1.99 on audible.

As for the narration. Not so good. I didn't care for the voices she gave the characters. This was not an easy book to just listen to. It was hard to discern who was who when she was reading, Besides the fact, there were so many characters it didn't help. This book only had 228 pages and has at least 12 characters.
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- Tracy T "Audible Addict!"

Lady X

What did you love best about Lady X?

Lady X is a great read of time travels, witches, love, lust and.... surprises! With lots of giggles. Mary did a great job at narrator. she expressed herself. greatly when the time called for it. she got right in character.

Who was your favorite character and why?

X. strong and independent.

What about Mary Sarah Agliotta’s performance did you like?

Lots of good details. makes you feel like your right there.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?


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- Heather

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-03-2014
  • Publisher: Claudy Conn