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A Rose at Midnight

Narrated by: Tanya Patrick
Length: 14 hrs and 17 mins

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Ghislaine de Lorgny wants just one thing in this life: revenge on the man who destroyed her life. Nicholas Blackthorne wants two things: to keep Ghislaine from killing him and to get her into his bed. Kidnapping her and taking her, kicking and screaming, across half of Europe is only the beginning of their adventures. He has a black heart and a remorseless soul; she has fierce determination and a score to settle.

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  • Sharon Ann Skasick
  • 21-11-2019

A Rose at Midnight - Anne Stuart

I love Anne Stuart's books, and this is no different. Unfortunately, the narrator cannot hold an English accent to save her soul. It completely ruins this book for me and it is taking everything I have to continue listening. She should stay with books that don't require an accent.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-05-2020

Toe-Kneeee!!!

I really like this story. The narrator tried her best but the French accents were somewhat reminiscent of Dick Van Dyke in Mary Poppins. And Lady Ellen's proclamations of Toe-Kneeee added to the comic effect. I was however, entertained!

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 06-09-2019

terrible narrator

I could not listen to this book as the narrator was ABSOLUTELY terrible. The French accent was ridiculous and the
voice she allocated to Ellen was just unbelievable. I have given up in disgust.