The Troubadour's Romance

  • by Robyn Carr
  • Narrated by Anne Flosnik
  • 10 hrs and 7 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In the safety of her adoptive father's estate, south of London, Felise Scelfton is raised oblivious to the power of her beauty and rumors of her dowry. But when the knights of Windsor court brandish their swords and bid for her hand, Felise realizes she'd better keep her flirtatious tongue in check, lest her jests be taken as vows. Little does Felise know that King Henry II has already decided her fate - his royal command gives her hand to Sir Royce Leighton, the scarred and brooding lord of Segeland, in order to seal a political alliance. Despite the arranged marriage, desire blooms between the newlyweds and Royce finds his bitter memories fading in the presence of his alluring and nurturing young wife. But the King hasn’t had his last word just yet, and old suitors seek revenge. Court scandals are never simply forgotten and Felise and Royce must decide if their love can withstand the cruelest of betrayals.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Good Story

Not your run of the mill Historical Romance . A little slow at times, but kept my interests to the end.

The story begins at court in the late 1100's just before Elenore betrayed King John -- where the King arranged strategic marriages, where betrayals and intrigue ran rampant.

Anne Flosnik gave a great performance.
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- Lady M

Not Carr's best

Historical romance is not Carr's best format. She does fantastic with modern day romance, witness the Virgin River series, but not here.

The story was too long, possibly in attempt to build historical scene setting. That really doesn't contribute.

The story was good but could have been better developed in itself.

Flosnik is a narrator you either love or hate. I love her.
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- MickeyMarie

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-21-2012
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio