Never Judge a Lady by Her Cover : Rules of Scoundrels

  • by Sarah MacLean
  • Narrated by Justine Eyre
  • Series: Rules of Scoundrels
  • 11 hrs and 55 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

RITA award-winning author Sarah MacLean reveals the identity of The Fallen Angel's final scoundrel in the spectacular conclusion to her New York Times best-selling Rules of Scoundrels series.
By day, she is Lady Georgiana, sister to a duke, ruined before her first season in the worst kind of scandal. But the truth is far more shocking - in London's darkest corners, she is Chase, the mysterious, unknown founder of the city's most legendary gaming hell. For years, her double identity has gone undiscovered - until now.
Brilliant, driven, handsome-as-sin Duncan West is intrigued by the beautiful, ruined woman who is somehow connected to a world of darkness and sin. He knows she is more than she seems, and he vows to uncover all of Georgiana's secrets, laying bare her past, threatening her present, and risking all she holds dear - including her heart.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Narrator so bad it's unlistenable

What didn’t you like about Justine Eyre’s performance?

12 hours of vocal fry! Every single word is extremely gravelly for no reason, and a fake accent that sounds worse at the end of every sentence she drawls out!

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- David Larmore

Really awful narrator!

What would have made Never Judge a Lady by Her Cover better?

A different narrator for a start.
I don't know what she thought she was reading or who she was reading to, but her sing song intonations and prissy voice really spoilt this much anticipated addition to the Rogues.

What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?

I couldn't finish this book though I did persevere because I realise it sometimes takes a while until one finds the rhythm of a narrator. But I was so put off by this narration that I gave up.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Justine Eyre?

Rosalyn Landor. Justine Eyre would do well to have a listen to how well a story can be presented by listening to Rosalyn Landor. I thought perhaps she had taken her lead from Susan Duerden, she of the sing song prissy voice brigade that I find so off putting and have learnt to avoid.

Any additional comments?

I will have to purchase the ebook and read it because I have enjoyed the series so far.

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- Penelope

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-25-2014
  • Publisher: HarperAudio