Viscount Breckenridge to the Rescue : Cynster

  • by Stephanie Laurens
  • Narrated by Matthew Brenher
  • Series: Cynster
  • 15 hrs and 14 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

You are cordially invited to the wedding of Miss Heather Cynster... but not before she encounters kidnappers, danger, and a daring rescue at the hands of Viscount Breckenridge.
Determined to hunt down her very own hero, one who will sweep her off her feet and into wedded bliss, and despairing of finding him in London’s staid ballrooms, Heather Cynster steps out of her safe world and boldly attends a racy soiree.
But her promising hunt is ruined by the supremely interfering Viscount Breckenridge, who whisks her out of scandal - and straight into danger, when a mysterious enemy seizes her, bundles her into a coach, and conveys her out of London.
Now it’s up to the notorious Breckenridge to prove himself the hero she’s been searching for all along.... p>And coming next month, more unforgettable romance in the Cynster Sisters Trilogy.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Simon Prebble - come back!!

I'm probably spoiled by the inflections that Mr Prebble has provided in the past. Mr Brenher has a voice that was very easy to listen to, and his characters were easily identifiable. It just wasn't what I was used to for a Cynster novel. I found myself tuning out, not keeping up with the changes in the story. I missed the enthusiasm that Mr. Prebble provided in the past. I will buy the next in the series as I enjoy the stories and listen during my housework and yard work. Change Happens, but I'll miss Simon Prebble if he doesn't return. Mr Brehner is a good narrator and made a good attempt at filling Mr Prebble's shoes; I hope to hear him narrate other novels in the future (just not Cynster novels).
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- L. Reiner

Started out well...

This book started off well. Heather was strong and witty. Breckenridge was hero material. Then once they arrived at the "Vale" it all fell apart. The plot went kaput and all there was was the eternal (and I mean NEVERENDING) "does s/he love me?" question. Add to that the performer did not realize that Richard Cynster was English and therefore should not have a Scottish accent and you have a story that I could not even finish despite having only 4 chapters left. I gave it three because it started off really promising. Laurens needs to fire a copyeditor. Somebody just gave up at the end of the book.
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- Michelle

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-30-2011
  • Publisher: HarperAudio