Princess in Peril

  • by Janet Whitehead
  • Narrated by Melanie Fraser
  • 3 hrs and 12 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Agency nurse Lynn Crane was delighted when she found employment at an isolated manor house in the Yorkshire countryside, but she quickly realized that all was not as it seemed. As she nursed her VIP patient, Serge Varda, Prince of Estavia, through a mysterious illness, an alarming truth began to emerge. Her employers, Max Ozerov and the sinister Dr. Miros, were planning to wrest control of the country from him. All at once the young couple found themselves fleeing for their very lives. With no one to turn to for help, they had to find a way to outwit the conspirators themselves. And if they survived, would the handsome Prince of Estavia take Lynn for his Princess?

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Nice to See a Female As The Hero

It was great to have a female hero saving the male figure but the title was a bit misleading. While the male lead character was a prince, or heroine is not a princess nor was she in peril. She was calm while assertive the entire time. That being said, it is a decent story that kept be engrossed the entire time.

I enjoyed the narration by the actress and she did well with the variety of characters.

I received this book from the publisher/aurhor/narrator in exchange for a fair and honest review.
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- Amazon Customer

Duchess In Peril?

Narration - Melanie Fraser - Pretty Good

Narrated with primarily a British accent and there was some Russian. Her males aren't super strong, but I loved her British accent. I could listen to that all day long!

First and foremost, I think this is a mystery. I may need to listen to this again because all the sudden it turned into a romance and apparently I missed that whole part. I was pretty confused when all the sudden the character of Lynn was thinking in her head that she was in love with Serge. Also, I'm confused about the title/blurb vs. the book. The book I listened to, he's a Duke, not a Prince and were they to get together, she would be a Duchess, not a Princess...so there's that.

The mystery part though was actually pretty enjoyable as Lynn figures out that there's something just a little weird about this job she's taken caring for this man who supposedly is suffering from Malaria. They embark on a cross country quest to try to squelch the sinister plot of the good doctor and his evil accomplice.

As I said, the romance sort of came out of nowhere and seemed like a non sequitur to the rest of the plot, but other than that. I enjoyed this little listen!

I received a copy of this audiobook free of charge from Audiobookblast in exchange for an unbiased review
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- 1-Click Junkie

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-01-2015
  • Publisher: mr d h whitehead