The unabridged, downloadable audiobook edition of Sylvia Day’s The Stranger I married, a tale of ambition, love and lust. Read by the actress Imogen Church.
They are London’s most scandalous couple. Isabel, Lady Pelham, and Gerard Faulkner, Marquess of Grayson, are well matched in all things - lusty appetites, constant paramours, provocative reputations, and their absolute refusal to ruin a marriage of convenience by falling in love. It is a most agreeable sham - until a shocking event sends Gerard from her side. When, four years later, Gerard returns, the boyish rogue is now a powerful, irresistible man determined to seduce Isabel. He is not the man she married - but is he the one to finally steal her heart?
©2013 Sylvia Day (P)2013 Penguin Publishers Limited
If you want sex, this is the book for you!
Sylvia certain delivered in the erotic sex category!
I didn't particularly enjoy this book due to ALL the sex (written very well by the way) and lack of story BUT for those of you after SEXY time... well, this book has it in truck loads!! :)
"The stranger I married"
This is yet another example of perfection I loved it and you will to the narrator was brilliant
"well worth the download"
intresting read deep and intwinging
none its one in its self
yes love the way she puts feeling into it so u are brought into the book
very much so wanted to hea all in one go
"What a disaster!"
Far too pornographic for my liking, not at all obvious when I bought it, next time I'll listen to the sample!
Too much information on the bedroom antics and not enough storyline, we all knew where it was going, way before the final page!
If you liked pride and pleasure, and seven years to sin, you will love this book too. In fact I think it's my favourite of the three. A fantastic period romance x
A better story line and not so much sex,I should have read all the reviews before downloading.
Narrator was fine
"enjoyed listening to it."
Not sure as haven't read it only listened to it.
It was at times predictable, so I would have liked a little more intrigue.
Not really, though it was nice to see how the other halve lived all those years ago.
It has nothing on 50 shades but still worth a read or listen if you like Sylvia day stories.
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