The Roman : The Florentine

  • by Sylvain Reynard
  • Narrated by Robertson Dean
  • Series: The Florentine
  • 7 hrs and 27 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Raven and her sister, Cara, are at the mercy of a small detachment of Florentine vampyres who are delivering them as a peace offering to the feared Curia in Rome. Though she's unsure William survived the coup that toppled his principality, Raven is determined to protect her sister at all costs, even if it means challenging Borek, the commander of the detachment. In an effort to keep Raven from falling into the hands of his enemies, William puts himself at the mercy of the Roman, the dangerous and mysterious vampyre king of Italy. But the Roman is not what he expects.
Alliances and enmities will shift and merge as William struggles to save the woman he loves and his principality without plunging the vampyre population into a world war. This stunning conclusion to the Florentine series will take listeners across Italy and beyond as the lovers fight to remain together...forever.


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Customer Reviews

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Excellent Conclusion To Florentine Saga!!

Great ending for William and Raven. Even great ending for Gaberiel and Julianne. Listening and Reading at the same time, the printed book was very different from audiobook, phrases changed, some sentences omitted. Audiobook better. The richness of the literature and history of Florence, Geneva, Prague, and other cities sighted in audiobook was very enjoyable. Love the cariture devolvement as spane over four books, some lovable, some pure evil, some a little of both. A must read. New narrator was fair needs to know the correct pronunciation of Beatrice.
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- Jerri

NOT happy with the narration.

In love with the characters. Love the story, the whole series. It seem like the narrator made the characters whisper or talk too softly. Like he was in the library.
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- Deanna

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-06-2016
  • Publisher: HighBridge, a division of Recorded Books