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Ramsay

A Sign of Love Novel
Series: Sign of Love
Length: 11 hrs and 45 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)

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Lydia De Havilland is shocked when Brogan Ramsay suddenly reappears in her life. Several years before, Brogan was the son of her family's gardener, and the boy she hurt and betrayed. But Brogan is no longer the quiet, sensitive boy she remembers. Now he's a man - gorgeous, powerful, and seeking vengeance.

Brogan Ramsay can't let go of the memory of Lydia tricking him cruelly, leaving his heart shattered and his family penniless. And now he's back to destroy her family the way his was destroyed. There's only one problem: The girl who wounded him so badly years ago is now a woman who still has the power to render him breathless.

Ramsay is a story of betrayal and wrath, of the strength of regret and the power of forgiveness. It is the story of the thin veil between love and hate and how more often than not, when we seek to inflict pain on others, the heart we wound is our own.

©2015 Mia Sheridan (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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story of Love,betrayal & reversal of fortune

If you could sum up Ramsay in three words, what would they be?

Captivating, intense,heart-wrenching

What was one of the most memorable moments of Ramsay?

When Ramsay Found out Lydia did not betray him ,but made and effort to find him

What does Michelle Ferguson and Aaron Abano bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

Upon hearing the Irish lilt it brings the book to life added a necessary depth to the story

If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

There is such a thin veil between love and hate.

Any additional comments?

Cannot wait until her next book comes , I am hooked

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  • Jo Fergus
  • 04-12-2016

Revenge is not always swet

Some families can be very opinionated and, at times, interfering when one of their loved ones introduces their new 'significant other' to them all. Sometimes it can have a huge influence, possibly even bringing an early end to the relationship. Of course, it is always meant with the best interests at heart right...... well you would like to think so but this was not the case for Lydia and Brogan.

Brogan was the son of the gardener on Lydia's family estate when she was growing up. His family originated from Ireland and pretty much live day to day, grateful to have jobs and to be living in America. Lydia and Brogan become friends and as they grow into teenagers, there is an attraction growing too. When Lydia's older brother finds them in a compromising position one afternoon, he is absolutely livid and kicks Brogan & his family off the estate.

Despite searching for Brogan for months, Lydia never sees him again until several years later. The tables have now completely turned. After living a destitute life, getting by on whatever he could, Brogan is now a wealthy successful business man. A man that Lydia now seeks help from. However, she had no idea that the version of Brogan that stands before her now is nothing like the one she remembers.

Brogan is filled with the desire to seek revenge on Lydia and her brother, he will not stopped until they are ruined, with feelings of helplessness like he had when he left their estate. However, revenge is not always sweet. Lydia reveals some things to Brogan that he had no idea about, secrets and truths that completely blind side him. It is also really sad too, that Brogan and Lydia could have been together and happy if not for someone with their own agenda for her life.

This is a beautiful story about love and forgiveness. Most of all, a lesson in seeking revenge - you can't fix the problems of the past by breaking someone else. I especially enjoyed the Irish accented male narrator, when he spoke it was like sitting beside the fire and listening to a bed time story :)

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  • jodiod
  • 13-11-2016

Outstanding!!

Top rate as always with Mia Sheridan. Very exciting and touching. Plus I loved the Irish accent and slang.

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  • CAROLYN 🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹🔹
  • 25-10-2016

A TURBULENT TOUCHING TALE OF LOVE & SECOND CHANCES

Brogan Ramsay was a handsome Irish lad who worked with his Father in the gardens of a rich man's estate and that's where so many firsts happened.. his first love, his first kiss, his first sexual experience.. and the first time his heart was broken. As a naive besotted teenager Lydia hatched a foolish plan to entice the boy she loved.. but the plan backfired on her and it brought devastation in its wake. It destroyed Brogan, destroyed a sweet friendship, destroyed a family and made an enemy who would wait in the shadows while he plotted his revenge.

Seven years later Lydia and her no good brother are struggling to keep their family's house and late Father's business afloat - but her addict of a brother recklessly lost it all in a game of cards.. a game that the now grown up wealthy Brogan knew he was going to win. However, it wasn't enough for Brogan to just take over the de Havilland family business - no, he was going to make Lydia suffer too.. but Brogan began to realized that his need for revenge was hurting an innocent Lydia - but it was hurting him more. His hatred had masked his true feelings - feelings that were rekindled while he watched and got closer to Lydia.. but an emotional rollercoaster was about to be unleashed and Lydia and Brogan would feel more betrayal, anguish, heartache and pain at the hands of others.

This was a riveting dual POV second-chance love story about mistakes, broken dreams, betrayal, regrets, revenge, misunderstandings and the healing power of forgiveness and love. Lydia was a likeable Heroine who had made a naive mistake years previously and was now paying very dearly for that mistake at the hands of a handsome Gaelic speaking Irishman whose loveable, sexy and tender character made him a swoon-worthy Hero. Mia Sheridan has spun a heart-wrenching captivating love story that tells of drama, angst, cruelty, secrets, lies, bitter regrets, heat, forgiveness, sex, treachery, heart and a lot lot more.. and then she finished the story off with a touching Epilogue that'll warm your heart. However, IMO, this lost a star because of the mismatched narration - Charlotte Wright (not a listed) sounded a wee bit too young and Aaron Abano sounded a touch too old.. but they did give it their best.

Worth a credit? It wasn't my favorite from a series that's been perfectly penned by one of my favorite Authors.. however, IMO, it's still very creditworthy.

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  • AMY KITTERINGHAM
  • 24-10-2016

Another great story in this series!

This series has been so good. Stories with depth and actual plot- refreshing! This story was as good as the rest although the Audible narration was hit and miss. Most of it was fine, but there were parts where both the male and female narrators made Lydia so annoying! It wasn't what they were saying but rather how they said it- making her sound like a whiney, childish idiot. I recommend reading the book but I'd pass on the narration on this one.

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  • mcgman
  • 04-01-2020

Ok

3.5 overall

Likes
- The basic storyline of two brothers interested in the same girl.
- The buildup of the relationship between the main characters.
- Introspection on difficult issues including cultural and mental

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- Way too much head conversations for each statement
- The strange way one of the relationships was overly drawn out.

I ended up skipping past at least an hour of constant head babbling and did not miss anything critical. I do love Mias's stories; however, they tend to be a bit drawn out at times.

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  • Angela G.
  • 02-01-2020

Interesting and Intriguing

Lydia and Ramsay's families have history - some good, but mostly bad. So bad that revenge drives Ramsay to seek out and destroy Lydia'sonly remaining family. But fate and the deep underlying feeling of love puts a kink on his plans.
This story line was really intriguing. The plot was thoroughly developed. The scenes and event flowed together really well.
I listened to the audiobook and found the narrators interesting. At first, the heavy accent Aaron Abano used threw me off but really set the tone of the character. Michelle Ferguson did a great job of narrating Lydia's POV.

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  • KM~BookLover
  • 07-12-2019

Love this series...

... and this one didn't disappoint. Would've been 5 stars, but I felt Aaron's voice doesn't sound like a teen or a young man (maybe it was the accent making it sound too mature?). His flow & inflection was also kinda off sometimes, but Michelle was on point, perfect for Lydia!!
Love how Mia tells her stories & I've read enough of her books now that I think that if I didn't know she wrote a book I was reading I would figure out it was her. I recommend all the books I've read so far, and am going to keep going until I'm finished. I have about 8 or 9 left. So far my favorites are (in no order) Stinger, Archers Voice, Eden & Calder, Whisper Collector, Preston's Vow and Kyland, but all her books are 5 star as far as I'm concerned and I've read about 500+ romance novels over that last few years. Mia will not disappoint.

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  • Amber
  • 31-10-2019

Next time, I’m saving myself for the ☘️!

5 ⭐️ for this one guys! Such a beautiful story of vulnerability and insecurity being overcome by true love. It’s a long wInding road, but Ramsay and Lydia make it in the end. Unlike a few of the other Sign of Love novels by this author, Ramsay is less on the heavy hard stuff (although it’s there to an extent) than some of the others that were just too depressing for my taste. Ramsay will have you laughing, crying and wanting to hold him close in order to protect his fragile heart from the worlds evils. Way to go Mia! You have ruined me for all other imaginary men! ❤️

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  • Kayla Rayne
  • 18-09-2019

Meh, it’s just ok

I love Mia Sheridan but this book was a little boring and fell flat for me.

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  • Arin bentley
  • 27-06-2019

Another great story in the signs of love series!!

A great story of how social standing still affects us in today's society. What's up with that anyway, money, revenge and social standing doesn't make you better or happier as this story clearly tells. All though parts of this story are frustrating and you want to scream at the ignorance, it is definitely worth the listen if you get the chance. Anther great story in the Signs of Love series, thanks Mia.....