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A Deal with the Earl

By: Sadie Bosque
Narrated by: Sienna Frances,Timothy Campbell
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Publisher's Summary

Theirs is a marriage of convenience.

She loves another...

Lady Julie has dreamed of marrying her childhood sweetheart since she was four years old. Unfortunately, her father has other plans. He has his sights set on her marrying an earl. When she is forced into an unwanted betrothal, Julie needs to make a choice: wait for her true love and destroy her honor, or make a deal with the forbidding earl.

He vowed to never love again...

Robert, the Earl of Clydesdale, has sworn off love. A marriage of convenience is more to his liking. So he wasn’t about to turn away a beautiful young lady’s plea for help in exchange for her hand in marriage. But once he spends more time with his betrothed, his icy heart begins to melt. Only his betrothed is in love with another. Now Robert has a choice, either lock his heart away and live in misery, or take a risk and fight for the woman he loves.

A Deal with the Earl contains adult content, strong language, violence, unseen death, bullying, nightmares, pregnancy and miscarriage. Listener discretion is advised.

©2021 Sadie Bosque (P)2022 Podium Audio

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Gorgeous book!

I loved this book so much! Sadie Bosque is a gorgeous writer and her books are always unconventional, surprising, even distressing at times. She isn't afraid to deal with difficult topics and her characters are flawed, sometimes not very likeable, but always vivid and so very human. I loved Robert and his broken heart and Julie as well, even if I didn't like her very much at the beginning. And her sister Mary is adorable! She’s a wonderful addition to the book and her disability is addressed with tact, respect and realism. The narrators are gorgeous and the dual narration improves the experience quite a lot. And there's also a surprise deleted scene! I can't wait for the next books!

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What a deal

What an enjoyable listen
The narration was beautiful especially Timothy’s lovely deep sexy voice as the lord .I do enjoy listening to males in a story rather than a woman putting a bad voice on .
The story is an emotional one for sure .
The cruelty of a hateful father and the loss of a loved ones and innocence, this roller coaster of a journey will hold your interest throughout , this story has it all with Excellently written love scenes that make you smile and swoon .
Certainly one to listen to as well as read .

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Loved it! Can't wait for more

I loved the story! The alternate narration was enjoyable. I'm not sure if it was just me, but sometimes the female narrater sounded like she wanted to cry?