Three spectacular stories all set on New Year's Eve. First, Stephanie Laurens enthralls us with a New Year's scandal, when a rake awakens in the bed of the temptress who seduced him years before. Then, Victoria Alexander enchants with her tale of a love promised, then foiled and then rekindled on another midnight. And Rachel Gibson delights with the reunion of two estranged friends and the passionate sparks that fly when the clock strikes 12.
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- The Goph
eh, eh, and a contemporary?!
The first two stories are regency romances. Both very disappointing. The first one, Scandalous Lord Dare, was so boring I couldn't wait fro move on. The second one, The Last Love Letter by Victoria Alexander was a little bit better but not up to what I expect from Victoria Alexander. Both of those are narrated by Danielle Cohen who is over-dramatic and I gave her only one star. Would prefer to avoid her narration in future. The third one is a contemporary story, Now and Forever by Rachel Gibson. I usually prefer regencies, but this was better written than the other two. The narrator of this story, Emily Sutton-Smith, was great and right for a contemporary. I enjoyed listening to her. While it was another HS reunion story (enough of those) I liked the way it was told, liked the characters, and it kept me engaged. If I was to rate the stories by order I would rate: * / * / * ** / * / ** *** / ***** / ***