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Handsome, wealthy, and respected, Sir Mark Turner is the most sought-after bachelor in all of London—and he's known far and wide for his irreproachable character. But behind his virtuous reputation lies a passionate nature he keeps carefully in check… until he meets the beautiful Jessica Farleigh, the woman he’s waited for all his life.
But Jessica is a courtesan, not the genteel lady Sir Mark believes. Desperate to be free of a life she despises, she seizes her chance when Mark's enemies make her an offer she can’t refuse: seduce Mark and tarnish his good name, and a princely sum will be hers. Yet as she comes to know the man she’s sworn to destroy, Jessica will be forced to choose between the future she needs… and the love she knows is impossible.
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By SIMARA on 11-22-12
Ah the power of love...
A nice love story about how love redeems you, changes you and ultimately conquers any obstacle. It slowly develops a relationship out of friendship and the sexual tension was Amazing! For being a courtesan story it was quite vanilla! I enjoyed the story a lot specially the conclusion.
Narration: I feel that the only problem in this story was the narrator. Polly Lee sounded too old, on the verge of crying several times and her male characters sounded badly. I will avoid books narrated by her in the future.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
By Amazon Customer on 12-05-12
Narration so wrong it's right
Would you consider the audio edition of Unclaimed to be better than the print version?
Haven't read the print version.
What other book might you compare Unclaimed to and why?
Regency romance junkies give Courtney Milan high marks; for good reason! As with Unveiled, multi-layered story, fresh storytelling, nothing predictable. Nice balance of light humor and seductive moments.
What does Polly Lee bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
The fact that it is Rebecca De Leeuw narrating and NOT Polly Lee is likely why this was an enjoyable listen. De Leeuw knows how to read a historical romance with the right timing and intonation.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful