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Lady Anne Tremayne is coming to Town.

Anne was not best pleased when her godmother's family dealt with their troublesome ward by shipping her off to school. After years of being ignored by the aristocratic young Debenham brothers, a bit of revenge may be in order. Especially that arrogant, overbearing, insufferable Charles needs a lesson, and Anne is determined to teach it to him. And London may never be the same. Charles, Laurence, and Edward Debenham are steeling themselves to do their duty and guide the rebellious young miss through her first London season. They are completely unprepared for the fact that the wild, gawky girl has grown into a dazzling beauty - and she's about to turn all of their lives upside down.

©2014 Jane LeCompte (P)2014 Audible Inc.

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  • 01-02-2015

One of the worst novels I've ever heard.

Long, drawn out, and uninspired. Worse because the voice that the narrator gave some of the men was obnoxious. I made it to the end but only barely.

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  • 07-11-2018

Probably the worst narrator ever.

I am afraid I did not make it past chapter three, the narrator has an extremely whiny vocal delivery, that makes it sound like she is not enjoying reading the book one bit and you certainly won’t enjoy hearing her read it. The female characters’ voices were bad but the men’s were excruciatingly awful. Give this a wide birth unless you have a high pain threshold. It’s such a pity because the story could have been fun.

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