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Lady Arabella Danvers is happy with her life just the way it is. She is free to be herself and take care of broken and abandoned animals. Her mother is desperate for her to marry, and has decided to take things into her own hands. There is just one little problem with her plan.

Nash, the Earl of Clarendon, has determined it is time to take a wife. He has selected a woman to whom he intends to propose. However, the annoying Lady Arabella has stumbled into his life at the wrong time, and in the wrong place.

But he of all people should know if Lady Arabella is involved, plans will go awry.

Contains mature themes.

©2017 Callie Hutton (P)2017 Tantor

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  • 31-10-2020

Boring

I did not care for this book. I found it to be boring. The heroin was dull, she nursed animals back to health. The hero was almost broke and he needed to marry someone with money.

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  • Katybaggs
  • 06-10-2020

The narrator is the WORST!!

The narrator COMPLETELY ruined this book, not that it was all that great of a book, but she made it 10x worse. She literally sounded like a robot and half the time she read like she just learned how to read with a staccato like reading. It just made me want to scream “JUST HURRY UP AND SAY THE DANG SENTENCES”; she spoke so slow in some places it was just nerve racking. She made me dislike this book immensely. And, don’t even get me started on her male voices that make, what I assume were supposed to be young men, sound like they are about 80yrs old or just very effeminate. UGH...I just can’t with her, I will NEVER listen to anything else she narrates.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 06-10-2019

Fun Light Romance

This is a fun light romance that was witty and amusing. It is the first time to hear any of the author work but I am already looking forward to the next book The narrator did a good enough job

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  • Thor
  • 13-06-2020

Disappointed and Frustrated

The narrator cannot do male voices as a result they are false, staid and painful to listen too. The story is disjointed and stupid. She is a strong, independent woman who will choose her own husband. Yet allows her mother to push her around marries a man who she is not going to tolerate his dictatorial ways, yet follows everything rule. I have never understood authors who make a character, then fo everything to undermine them. I pity the animals under her care, in this instance her mother was right. It was a hobby maybe to get attention, but not for the animals welfare. They are picked up and forgot at whim and finally offered up to alter to be sacrificed, with tiny tinge of consciousness. The male character is no better he seems to swing with the prevailing wind. Though his main stance is he is the "master of his house and his wife must obey". I would like to return the book and get my money back.

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  • Eurotait
  • 27-08-2018

Enjoyable and fun.

Thoroughly enjoyed! Good narration and lots of fun. Characters developed well throughout the story . Would recommend .

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