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To protect Lady Emily, Valentine Fenster must not only break his word as a gentleman, but find a way to storm a locked tower room, and expose her fiancé as a murderer. All without causing a hint of a blemish on Lady Emily's reputation.

Too bad Lady Emily has plans of escape all her own. Plans that include a ladder made of bed sheets, another elopement, and no consideration for her reputation.

©2002 Kelly McClymer (P)2013 Kelly McClymer

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  • Nancy Qualls
  • 11-03-2018

Rate/review here is for narration only

This is without a doubt the very worst narration that I have ever heard. By Ch1 I was laughing. I didn't know Emily is a Scot, or whatever that accent is. Luckily I got the narrative with a credit so I was able to turn it back in for a credit. Thanks Audible for always making the customer right.

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  • Nadine
  • 30-12-2017

worst narration EVER

Would you try another book from Kelly McClymer and/or Jaicie Kirkpatrick?

Could not get past first sentence.

What was most disappointing about Kelly McClymer’s story?

This narrator is almost a cliche she is so bad.

Would you be willing to try another one of Jaicie Kirkpatrick’s performances?

No.

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  • Susynne
  • 24-11-2016

Good book, awful Narration

Good book, well conceived. I listened to it all even tho at times the sing song silly narrative got on my nerves. I can't guess at what sort of accent the rising and falling sing song tones were supposed to represent.

There was no heat factor.... a bad narrative and I can't say if it's creditworthy since it's the narration that decides it in this case. Listen to the preview, perhaps several of this narrator in this genre, and decide then.

I have to say that I did actually stumble thru it rather than return it.