This Audible book was practically perfect. The narrator lisped occasionally and two of her male characters had identical voices but otherwise she did a fantastic job. The book had several LOL places particularly a scene with 3 Regency gentlemen and a baby and the scenes involving an illiterate dog napper who thinks of himself as an 'entremanure' and meets in a 'corpse of Burch trees' to make the exchange.
The book was not all lightness and fun though. There were adult references and a couple of intimate scenes which while not erotic were still descriptive. The heroine is a bit of a judgemental twit but she isn't too bad. This was the most entertaining book I've experienced.
I haven't laughed so much while reading. I read a lot. There is nothing better than a book with romance, humor and a interesting story line.
Thank you,. By: Maggie Fenton. Narrated by: Sue Pitkin. Length: 10 hrs and 13 mins. People who bought this also bought Publisher's Summary Sebastian Sherbrook, a self-proclaimed scoundrel and the newly minted Marquess of Manwaring, returns to London after his estranged uncle dies, intent on reforming his rakish image once and for all. What members say Average Customer Ratings Overall. Amazon Reviews. No Reviews are Available. Sort by:.
Most Helpful Most Recent. Maggie Fenton is a wonderful, delightful writer Any additional comments? Kelli Uproariously funny I tried to focus on the romance in the story but I laughed so hard I don't remember the couple. Julie Fun Romp through a Victorian Romance I loved this book and her previous book.
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Cate F. Charming, funny, sexy. Maine Knitter Almost perfect Totally delightful!!! Absolutely hilarious This is a must-read for romance fans who need something lighthearted! So Funny! Amazon Customer Best Ever! Rebecca Marrow Extremely Enjoyable I read a lot. Thank you, 1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
Ironically, Gus never liked Hector, but Hector was determined that Gus would be his sidekick and friend and Gus was too polite to contest this vision. When Gus was brought to the Hernandez home, he began to see that the situation might not be that bad, soon impressing their family with his manners and steadfastness.
Growing up, Gus stayed focused on two things — doing the best he could in school and keeping Hector from getting killed or worse. The Hernandez family spent a lot of money to keep that under wraps and Hector momentarily mollified at new limits his parents placed on him, but just as happy when they forgot and he was able to return to his normal habits. He wrestled with this, but his hormones normally overcame his morals. Hector inevitably flunked out sophomore year at USC. When Hector got back, he fell into a high position at the family company and insisted that Gus become his right-hand man.
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Now, within the gilded walls of this erotic lair, Jane awaits the lover she has procured for the evening. But the man who enters her bedchamber is no stranger. Christian is intrigued by the innocent beauty who clearly does not belong in the notorious brothel. And as the two seek out the damning secrets of the club. The Viscount's Unconventional Bride. Mary Nichols. As a member of the renowned Piccadilly Gentlemen's Club, Jonathan Leinster has been instructed to ensure the return of a runaway. Louise Vail has fled to her birthplace, hoping to find her family—but handsome Jonathan stops her in her tracks!
Jonathan's task is simple: escort the spirited miss promptly home. Then he learns Louise can use a sword, play whist and has the courage of a lion! Now, Jonathan finds himself embroiled in her search—wanting to claim her as his own! Nowhere Near Respectable. Book 3.
Mary Jo Putney's riveting Lost Lords series unleashes a high stakes royal plot--which may prove easier for Damian Mackenzie to handle than his own unruly desire. He's a bastard and a gambler and society's favorite reprobate. But to Lady Kiri Lawford he's a hero--braver than the smugglers he rescues her from, more honorable than any lord she's ever met, and far more attractive than any man has a right to be.
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