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Publisher's Summary

The Blustocking
Lady Corinna Mowbray has three passions: Excellent books, intelligent conversation, and disdaining the libertine Earl of Chance.
The Rake
Lord Ian Chance has three pleasures: Beautiful women, fast horses, and tormenting high-and-mighty Corinna Mowbray.
Neighbors for years, Corinna and Ian have been at each other's throats since they can remember. But when a twist of fate forces them to trade lives, how long will it be before they discover that they cannot live without each other?
©2014 Katharine Brophy Dubois (P)2014 Tantor
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By Kimberly on 06-29-14

Interesting premise

Setting: England 1822
Genre: Romance

Narration was average. I wasn't immersed in the story, nor was I kicked out of it by mispronunciation or overly melodramatic delivery.

The premise of this is not new, but the author freely admits that it is a take on the switched personalities trope in a historical setting. The characters had definite personalities, and they definitely set off sparks in their dealings with one another. Their chosen lifestyles are so diverse, you have to wonder how they functioned. The author didn't take the opportunity to give humor to some of the situations except for Lady Corinna's confusion over what to do with a man's morning erection. However, the mutual hatred went too far and too deep. You have to wonder how they could ever forgive some of the things they said and did. But it does make the conciliation more dramatic in a way. I just wish the story had been tightened up and shorter.

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By Mercy Boujarwah on 11-14-15

What a pleasant surprise!

This is the first Jennifer Ashe book I read and I really enjoyed it! The argument scenes between the hero and heroin are really funny. I was a bit apprehensive at first with the narrator but then as I got used to her style,
I enjoyed it.

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By Ruth on 03-11-17

Poor narration & a confusing plot

This book was very difficult to listen to due to the odd narration style (very stilted & robotic). The style of plot made listening to this story very confusing

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