Seven Nights in a Rogue's Bed : Sons of Sin

  • by Anna Campbell
  • Narrated by Antony Ferguson
  • Series: Sons of Sin
  • 11 hrs and 50 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Desperate to save her sister's life, Sidonie Forsythe has agreed to submit herself to a terrible fate: Beyond the foreboding walls of Castle Craven, a notorious, hideously scarred scoundrel will take her virtue over the course of seven sinful nights. Yet instead of a monster, she encounters a man like no other. And during this week, she comes to care for Jonas Merrick in ways that defy all logic - even as a dark secret she carries threatens them both.
Ruthless loner Jonas knows exactly who he is. Should he forget, even for a moment, the curse he bears, a mere glance in the mirror serves as an agonizing reminder. So when the lovely Sidonie turns up on his doorstep, her seduction is an even more delicious prospect than he originally planned. But the hardened outcast is soon moved by her innocent beauty, sharp wit, and surprising courage. Now as dangerous enemies gather at the gate to destroy them, can their new, fragile love survive?

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A really sweet beauty and the beast story

It drew me in right from the start - Jonas is a scarred, tormented and tortured rogue who gets more than he had bargained for when Sidonie agrees to give up her virginity and spend 7 nights with him. He soon realises 7 nights are not enough but he needs to seduce her in order to win her heart forever.

Good story with secrets that shouldn't be kept and it has suspense with another sub plot too, two leading characters that you can't help but empathise with and it has you routing for them both and their doomed relationship.

Worth a credit? Yes, and I haven't listened to any of Anna Campbell's other books but I would definitely give them a try too.
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- CAROLYN "I love being swept away by a new romance and thankfully Audible's ever growing Library means I get to indulge myself over and over again"

Narrator ruins this one.

I usually like Antony Ferguson's narration, but this was a fail for me. The pauses. Between. Every. Phrase. Drove. Me. Mad. It was so distracting that I found myself more focused on the cadence of his delivery than I was on the story. By the end of the book, I couldn't say if I enjoyed the story or not -- his voice took it to melodramatic extremes that frustrated any possible enjoyment. I'm very disappointed.

I will not re-listen to this one and it's a shame. I think there was a good book in there, but I didn't get to hear it.

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- bluestategirl "I need more ears!"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-25-2012
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio