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The Minx Who Met Her Match

The Brethren, Book 4
Narrated by: Tim Campbell
Series: The Brethren, Book 4
Length: 6 hrs and 59 mins
Categories: Romance, Historical
4.8 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

In the next book in USA Today best-seller Christi Caldwell's The Brethren series, sparks fly between a spirited lady and the unyielding barrister she goes toe-to-toe with. 

Duncan Everleigh, barrister, widower, father. Accused murderer... Found innocent in the death of his wife, Duncan's reputation is ruined, his law practice is nearly destroyed, and his daughter hates him. He's content living for his work. Until one day he meets....

Miss Josephine Pratt... Her life is in tatters. Her oldest brother has brought them to financial ruin. Her betrothed has broken their engagement. Looking to escape, Josephine loses herself in her real passion - her other brother’s law books. A chance meeting in the London streets soon finds her employed by the last man she should, the barrister who'll be opposing her brother in court. 

Soon, Duncan and Josephine, two people who have vowed to never love again, find the protective walls they’ve each built crumbling. When past secrets threaten to destroy their future, they’ll have to decide if love is enough.

©2019 Christi Caldwell (P)2019 Christi Caldwell

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  • Joyce Reece
  • 21-10-2019

Wonderful moving story

Christi Caldwell has written a wonderful moving story that will leave you smiling with tears in your eyes. Tim Campbell delivers a great performance that only adds depth to the story and characters.

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  • Christine
  • 17-10-2019

Delightful and enjoyable!

A love story that is just right in so many ways! It is definitely worth the credit. I don’t want to say too much, because I don’t want to give anything away, because the book is just that good.

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  • Nana Mar
  • 29-03-2020

Very clever humor

Loved this book for a boring spring cleaning at home. Both characters are complex and very smart. Add the humor and it’s 👌

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  • Thor
  • 03-04-2020

Weak, too predictable.

The narrator as usual was good and I feel sorry the material was so weak. He is a barrister, who lost everything after being wrongly accused of killings his wife. He is defending a man committed for treason, but is actually the fall guy for the establishment. She is the type of woman I have no time for, though I have to keep reminding myself we are in a Parallel Universe. Really paddling in Hyde Park, get soaking wet and no one saw you, PLEASE !!! It is bad enough the ease, the man gets under the woman's skirts in her stories.The Acers of material involved, what with the petticoats, makes it herculean task. If she is a suffragette, she is out of time. However; she forces her opinions and wishes down the throats of others, never expects her principles, codes of standards or agreements should apply to her. The men come out looking ineffectual wimps, not romantic figures.