• Wicked Wagers - The Complete Trilogy

  • Wicked Wagers, Book 1-3
  • By: Bronwen Evans
  • Narrated by: Marian Hussey
  • Length: 14 hrs and 10 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 03-23-15
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: NYLA
  • 4.2 (118 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

A compilation of USA Today best-selling author Bronwen Evans' fabulous Regency historical romances. Wicked Wagers trilogy, the complete set. Three notorious rakes and three determined ladies collide in this set of three linked Regency romance stories, all based around a series of scandalous dares, wagers, and challenges.
To Dare the Duke of Dangerfield (Top five finalist in the Kindle Book Review Indie Romance Book of the Year 2012): Lady Caitlin Southall's temper has finally got the better of her. She's challenged Harlow Telford - the duke of Dangerfield and the most notorious rake in all of England - to a wager. She wants her house back. The one her destitute father lost to Dangerfield in a card game. But if she doesn't win their bet, she not only loses her home; she loses her dignity and pride - and damn it all, maybe her heart.... For the handsome Duke has decreed that when he wins, she must spend the night in his bed.
Harlow Telford is amused by his hellion neighbor, Caitlin, or Cate to her friends, who seem to encompass everyone on Earth except him. When she bursts into one of his private gatherings, he mistakes her for the entertainment. Her slap across his face sets him straight and raises the absurd desire to seduce the unconventional beauty into his bed. When she issues her daft challenge to win back her father's pile of rubble, the terms are set. And he'll do anything to win - except fall in love....
To Wager the Marquis of Wolverstone: Marcus Danvers, the marquis of Wolverstone, is renowned for his cynical demeanor. It's rumored that long ago, a beautiful woman broke his heart. Now he lives life for pleasure. He's the consummate, handsome rake. If anyone tries to get too close - let's just say his bark is as bad as his bite. That is until the beautiful-as-she-is-deceitful Contessa Orsini reenters.
©2012 Bronwen Evans (P)2015 Bronwen Evans
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By beverly on 12-31-16

Great collection!

Very good stories. Could have done with less erotica but otherwise excellent. I especially liked the fact that the heroines in the stories were not meek misses... they are all presented as kind, moral, strong women who are pursued by men who are totally in love with them. The icing on the cake the performance by Marian Hussey, she is superb!

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By Rivershark on 01-15-16

Loved the first and third book!

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes, because you get to listen to three stories at once.<br/><br/>Also, I found Marian Hussey to be a pleasant narrator with good pacing. She can do a nice husky male voice which made the heroes all the more convincing. I’d listen to her again.

Any additional comments?

To Dare the Duke of Dangerfield is my favorite in the trilogy. I love how tenacious Lady Caitlin “Cate” Southall is to see her future secure. She is also smart to demand the contests be fair.<br/><br/>To Wager the Marquis of Wolverstone is my least favorite in the trilogy. I didn't really like either the hero or heroine.<br/><br/>To Challenge the Earl of Cravenswood is also wonderful. You have to enjoy a heroine who can trick a hero and get him to look for a fake lost pet for an hour.

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