Warrior's Revenge

  • by Coreene Callahan
  • Narrated by Sue Pitkin
  • 15 hrs and 28 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Sometimes the only way to love - and redemption - is to make a deal with the devil. After the death of her parents, Lady Aurora de Marquise is left with no illusions. Stripped of her birthright and betrayed by her uncle, escape is her only option. With her life on the line, she narrowly avoids another murder attempt - only to run headlong into Lord Brigham de Mornay, a man most consider a monster. With her uncle's henchmen nipping at her heels, Aurora knows better than to trust a stranger - especially one as compelling as Brigham. Well-honed instincts urge her to flee before his abundant charm takes a nasty turn into aggression - and she ends up neck deep in trouble. Wary, but undeniably drawn to him, Aurora pits her will against his, challenging his authority every chance she gets. But when her uncle manages to track her, she is left with the ultimate choice - surrender to the man who now holds her heart or risk it all trying to escape again. Gritty and fast-paced, Warrior's Revenge brings to life the magnificence of the medieval age while exploring the meaning of honor, duty, and nature of true love.


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Customer Reviews

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A little slow and inaccurate

The book started off strong but got really slow in the middle. I had to force myself to keep listening for several chapters, but then it picked back up. Something that got on my nerves a little was the use of modern slang and sayings for a historical story.

The narrator did a good job of putting emotion into the story, but the guys' voices were terrible. All the voices (girl or guy) were low, lower, and lowest. It was hard to distinguish them.
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- Amazon Customer

Enjoyed it

What made the experience of listening to Warrior's Revenge the most enjoyable?

It was your typical medieval romance but there were a few surprises in there and I found it entertaining. I liked the heroine just fine - I think her flaws were a result of her sheltered life and evil uncle. The narrator wasn't my favorite (didn't care for her accent and starts/stops in odd places) but she wasn't bad. Oh and the cover picture is weird since the hero was a baron and granted he was basically a war lord, but the descriptions mention tunic and leggings. Anyway, I thought it was a good value for the price I paid.

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- J. Poe

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-02-2013
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio