She knew all about his womanizing reputation, but wasn't prepared for his charm
When Sylvia Jensen-Graham travels to London to inform her country neighbor, the new Earl of Greyfalcon, that his recently widowed mama needs him, she little realizes that she'll need to employ trickery just to see the Earl. But the Dowager Countess's complaints about her health and her rakish son have been driving Sylvia to distraction, so she poses as a messenger and boldly enters Greyfalcon's club. He unmasks her but soon begins minding his affairs - and Sylvia's - until Sylvia fears that she'll need rescuing from the consequences of her own good deed.
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delightful and clean
this was a delightful and clean book and had some history in it which I enjoyed
Fairly entertaining story badly narrated
The story tells of a young and rather stupidly selfish girl maturing as she starts to see consequences for her silly decisions affecting other people. I did not find her very likeable at first, but as she matures I am warming to her. But I don't know that I will get to the end of the story as the narration is awful. English words mispronounced are not great, but it feels like a whole new level of punctuation has been added, with commas and full stops in the middle of phrases.
The narration is slow and normally I would deal with that with the speed setting on my iPod, but with the long breaks in the middle of sentences and in phrases, it is sometimes hard going to extract the meaning.
I usually enjoy reading Amanda Scott's books and I may have to find a printed copy to finish this one