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In the Dark with the Duke

Lost Lords of London, Book 2
Narrated by: Tim Campbell
Series: Lost Lords of London, Book 2
Length: 10 hrs and 8 mins
Categories: Fiction, Sagas
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A lady of reserve and a fierce street fighter find common ground in the second Lost Lords of London novel by USA Today bestselling author Christi Caldwell.

Eight years ago, Lady Lila March retreated to the safe shadows of her family’s estate after a devastating tragedy. Weary of being a whisper of her former self, she is determined to brave the dangers of the outside world again. No man is better equipped to train her in the art of defense than the Savage Gentleman, East London’s undefeated street fighter.

Hugh Savage reigns as king - of the underworld. Physically invulnerable, emotionally battered, he has his reasons for bare-knuckle brawling. Though Hugh longs to break free of the ring and leave behind the brutal world of violence, he’s intrigued by the challenge Lady Lila poses. A mysterious lady of the peerage willfully descending into the dangerous rookeries? That bespeaks a woman with secrets of her own.

As their unconventional pact progresses, Hugh comes to admire the resolve in Lila’s heart. And beneath his hard surface, she sees a tenderness that touches her to the quick. They’ll soon discover how much they need each other - to face their pasts together, and to fight for a future they deserve.

©2020 Christi Caldwell. (P)2020 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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  • Dennis D. Morner
  • 11-06-2020

Empowering

I so enjoyed the storyline. Wonderful to see a ‘broken’ woman strive and accomplish wholeness. Very well written! Thanks Christi

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  • Starrynite20121
  • 16-09-2020

In The Dark With The Duke

This audiobook by Christy Caldwell was narrated by Tim Campbell. The story was excellent. The plot was good. The narrator did a excellent job.

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  • Kerry
  • 28-08-2020

Every single thing that is good in a regency romance.

Gushing praise. This book hit every mark. It is tremendously fun well written. Vulnerable, fully developed characters, vibrant settings, powerful themes, the writing is stellar. Worth more than one perusal. So glad I bought it.

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  • Trish R.
  • 25-06-2020

Good read, excellent narration..


This was a good story of another Lost Lord, a lord who had been trained to fight, from the time he was sold, other rookery kids and raised to be the best fighter there was in the poor part of London. And of Lila, who had her own nightmares, and how the two of them managed to heal each other.

There was sex in this book but no swearing.

As to the narration: Best of the best, Tim Campbell.

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  • Daisy's Mom
  • 23-06-2020

It was going to be a five star

This book had it all until the very end. It has the strong H, the strong determined h, romance, sexiness, and mystery. I kept telling myself I was going to listen to it again when it came to an end. The narrator brought the characters to life. The whole book was wonderful until the last few chapters. It was like the author spent hours decorating a three tier cake and forgot the top tier. I wanted to know what happened to Hugh when he was a child and what happened to his family. I wanted to know what his partners thought when the real villain was caught. I wanted to know about Hugh and his partners did when they met Valerie again. Instead we didn’t learn of any of those things. What happened? I felt robbed!