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I must admit that this was kind of a confusing listen for me because it is the end of or near the end of a series and I have not listened to the preceding books in the series.
The book opens with Louisa Cunningham and Ward Brannon are on the run… A Bonnie & Clyde style road trip MINUS the crime. I'm not sure who they were running from but it is Louisa that is being pursued.
Louisa belongs to a wealthy family and when she fell in love with Ward (one of the workers on the estate in which she had lived) they were not allowed to stay together.
Louisa's face is on every front page of newspaper, titles similar to 'Missing Heiress' and such. So she and Ward have to keep a low profile or else she will be forced to return to the family estate.
This is a game of cat and mouse as Louisa & Ward try to keep out of the areas in which they may be recognized. The book was almost constant sex, which is good if that's what you like. There was also a lot of strong language.
I apologize for the confusing review. After *I was given a copy of this book to listen to in exchange for my thoughts, opinions & this review. I definitely advised that you start with Book One if you're considering this book. Read them in order. I would not consider this book to be a standalone.
This does seem to be an intriguing series and when I get through my TO LISTEN TO list, I may look to listen to the series in the order.
I think I've reviewed Sarah Beth Goer before, but her narration deserves a glowing report. Her narration was spot on. Her performance was near-perfect. She is able to pull off both male and female characters in a believable manner. That is my "high bar" for performers.
~ "Houskeeping" ~
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I enjoyed this one. I hadn't read/listened to any of the other books in the series, but it didn't take me long to catch up. I adored Ward for sticking with Lou and making her his top priority. It probably didn't hurt that there were plenty of rewards along the road ;)
I am curious about what kinds of antics Lou got up to at the estate, so I may go back and listen to the other books in this series.
The narration was great, quality sound and editing.
I received a free copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.