What to Do With a Duke : Spinster House

  • by Sally MacKenzie
  • Narrated by Beverley A. Crick
  • Series: Spinster House
  • 9 hrs and 12 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Miss Isabelle Catherine Hutting would rather be lounging in the library than circling the ballroom in search of a husband any day. So when Cat hears that the town's infamous Spinster House is open for a new resident, she jumps at the chance to put all this marriage business behind her. But first she must make arrangements with her prospective landlord, Marcus, the duke of Hart - the most handsome man she's ever seen and the only man who's ever impressed her in the least. With her wit, independent spirit, and great beauty, Marcus can't help but be stirred by Cat. It's terribly unfortunate that he's not looking to marry, given the centuries-old curse that left his family with the Spinster House to begin with. No duke shall live to see his heir's birth. But is there a chance the curse could be broken - in true fairy-tale fashion - by an act of true love?

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FANTASTIC

My first Sally MacKenzie book and all I can say is WOW!!! Clever writing, funny lines and engaging storyline. The characters came alive and each were so completely believable (and some even adorable) that as the book progressed, I found it hard not to feel invested. I absolutely can not wait to read the next book.
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- Cam

Very enjoyable.

STORY: Sally MacKenzie romances are typically enjoyable. The hero in this one is rather morose, and I think perhaps it wasn't SM'S best. But I could see the characters and the feelings they inspired... a good sign of an enjoyable HEA historical romance.

NARRATOR: With the exception of one characters AWFUL accent this was a very good performance by Beverley Crick. Her voices are each distinguishable with both male and female, young and old. HOWEVER!, she is incapable of doing a Scottish brogue... pitifully incapable. Fortunately being a minor player in this tale the affront to my poor ears was limited. He sounded like a Scott raised in India who occasionally was getting hit in the groin. BAD BAD BAD!

HEAT FACTOR: A gentle simmer and a final flare... very well written.
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- Susynne

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-25-2015
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio