The Perfect Fiancé : Matchmaking for Wallflowers

  • by Bianca Blythe
  • Narrated by Rosalyn Landor
  • Series: Matchmaking for Wallflowers
  • 1 hrs and 49 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Rosamund Amberly is overjoyed. And soon, she's certain, she'll start feeling the emotion.
Rosamund prides herself on her matchmaking skills. After meeting Marcus Worthing, Earl of Somerville and her older sister's childhood best friend, she knows she's found the perfect fiancé...for her reclusive sister.
Unfortunately, she's spending far too much time thinking about the man.


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Customer Reviews

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Short but Beautiful!

Rosalyn Landor did a fabulous job reading the story to me, I think I should have had her read this one first but I forgot it was the prologue to the series.

Rosalyn and Markas Story, Rosalyn was such a caring younger sister. She wanted to find a husband for her sister Fiona to insure that she would be happy.

What Rosalyn didn't expect to happen did. What was that? Oh no I can't tell you that, you must get the book and read it for yourself or get the audio book and let Rosalyn Landor read it to you. I'm sure you will enjoy this book so I encourage you to get it soon.
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- Cinderella 7

A matchmaking sister.

What did you love best about The Perfect Fiancé?

The characters were very likeable, the sisters, Rosamund and Fiona, looked out for each other. Marcus, too, had his positive points. There were good descriptions of the countryside. The story progressed at a good pace.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Rosamund, she always put others first, even when disappointing prospective suitors she tried to find them other matches. She was very caring of her sister, although she didn't always think about what others might want for themselves.

Which character – as performed by Rosalyn Landor – was your favorite?

Rosamund, as she featured the most, so had the most to say and the list action.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Yes, I did have a chuckle at Sir Seymour and his outbursts during the play.

Any additional comments?

I thought Rosalyn used her different voices for the various characters to good effect, changing pitch and accent as required. I always like to hear a British accent when the story is set in England. This is a sweet romance, only a few kisses. The length of the audiobook was ideal if you just had an a couple of hours free.

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- cheryl

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-25-2017
  • Publisher: Bianca Blythe