One year ago, Lady Camille Pryce left her haughty fiancé at the altar - for good reason. Not only was the marriage arranged before she could even walk, her betrothed was too smug to exert himself to meet her! Now, disowned, with no husband or family to support her, she's left with one option: go to work in the notorious Tantalus Club.
A gentleman's gaming house run by a woman, the Tantalus is no place for a proper lady; so, to save face, her jilted fiancé must retrieve her. But banned from the club, he's forced to employ his ne'er-do-well cousin instead. A handsome, experienced rogue, Keating Blackwood is the perfect man to lure Camille away. But the moment they meet, Keating instead wants to save her... for himself. Impossible? Perhaps. But if Camille can make the ultimate player lay his cards on the table - and risk his heart - all bets are off.
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Great love story..
I think I like A Beginner's Guide to Rakes better than this one but not by much. I really liked Keating and Camille. Love Greaves and can't wait to read his and Sophie's story. And I really couldn't stand Fenton, such a jerk. This book kept me entertained all the way through. Great sex, too.
As to the narrator? She was just ok IMO. Not great and not the worst I've ever heard. Most of her women sound alike, which is ok. And most of her men sound alike but at least they sound like men. She just has no emotion.
I would also like to say that the description tells us what the book is about or we can zip over to Amazon and look at reviews. This is AUDIBLE! What we need to review is the narrator. Does he or she suck? Why? Is he or she too nasal-y, too sweet for the kind of book he or she is reading, to gruff, too bland, too robotic, lacks emotion. Is he or she doing nothing but reading the book? Not changing his or her voice for the male and female voices? Is the narrator sounding the same whether she or he is reading a whisper spoken?
Most of us on AUDIBLE don't really care what the book is about. We want to know about the narrator!
- Trish R.
I love Suzanne Enoch books, but it couldn't even make it through chapter 3 because the narration was so bad! I will have to read this series in print.
She sounded like she had clothespin on her nose. All the characters sounded alike.
I wish I could get my credit back for this one. I hope it's one I got with a bogo offer.
- Anna "annak4"