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Would you listen to One Unashamed Night again? Why?
Yes! A very pleasing story to the soul.
Who was your favorite character and why?
I'm torn between the two lead characters. Bea was so level headed and calm throughout, that it is was easy to step into her shoes and understand, and feel the emotions in every decision she made. Then there was Taris, to whom made an every day life seem so simple to those around him, yet you also felt the anguish in his every decision to help him get to the next step in life. Two very powerful characters living such afflicted lives - wonderful to follow!
What does Simone Phillips bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
The narrator was wonderful. Very pleasing to follow each transition and I felt enveloped within the saga in the first five minutes. With listening to over 300 audiobooks over the last two years....that's a HUGE thing!
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
I did! It was very powerful to me to have the step by step action flow within the story. I could feel the anguish, the happiness, the pain, the sorrow, and most of all, the passion without needing such explicit details that some stories feel necessary to paint their pictures. With this, the painting was made with delicate strokes, embellished to bring the emotions to the forefront of the moment and then receeding back to a broad, all-embracing structure built out to simply carry the charaters on to the next. Fun ride!
Any additional comments?
I highly recommend this story if you love historical romance. This is a very passionate story without the smut, but filled with all the necessary butterflies and warmth as needed to make a girl smile!
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I loved this story perfectly written my favorite exclusive Lord Taris Wellingham as I wonder how this blind man could ride a horse and make passion love to,Bee to survive was fascinating how it all unfolded 5 starts in my book.
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