• A Notorious Countess Confesses

  • Pennyroyal Green Series 7
  • By: Julie Anne Long
  • Narrated by: Justine Eyre
  • Length: 9 hrs and 23 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (41 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

A notorious lady learns just how wicked a good man can be in the latest installment of RITA Award nominee Julie Anne Long's emotionally charged Pennyroyal Green series. 

The breathtaking romantic adventures of a former courtesan-turned-noblewoman, A Notorious Countess Confesses stokes the Pennyroyal fires hotter than ever before, providing listeners with all the passion, scandal, and true love they could possibly hope for.

Contains mature themes.

©2012 Julie Anne Long (P)2020 Tantor

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  • 07-03-21

Would listen to Justine narrate a phone book

I would listen to Justine Eyre narrate a phone book her voice is so great. I have no idea how she manages so many voices and accents but she is so talented, I think all regency romance novels should be narrated by her. I only discovered Julie Long because I was looking for more books Justine narrated, and I'm so glad I did find Julie because I'm loving this series, so different from the typical regency romance novel formula, there is great story telling and I'm really enjoying the variation.

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Just ok

Narration was great. Justine Eyre has been a slow acquired taste for me as I really hated her voice in the past but with time and finding a good speed to listen to her with ( usually .95x) I've come to actually really love her.

If it weren't for Evie, this would've been a fail. I loved her!! Adam fell short and was much too passive and just blah for me.

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  • Natalia Morelli
  • 07-22-21

amazing story

wonderful and romantic
everything one could wish and dream
in my mind the characters are real and share life

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  • kfkf
  • 06-14-21

Likeable heroine

Maybe I’d appreciate this more if I read the rest of the series. This was my first by the author, and it was OK. If I’d known the hero was a vicar, I wouldn’t have read it. There were many quotes from the New Testament, which is not for me. Still, the focus was more about their relationship than religion.

I’ll try another book by this author and see how it goes.

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  • sam ainsley
  • 03-20-21

Excellent writing

This was very well written believable characters erotic and at times sharply humorous. Full marks.

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  • normally a fan
  • 04-10-20

Spoiled by the reader

This is one of my favourite Julie Anne Long novels but the audible version was spoiled by the woman reader. Who told her to pronounce courtesan as courteSARN? Each time I winced. And the Countess's name was Eevie not Ev-vie.

The voice for Adam was excruciating - if Rosalyn Lander and Alex Wyndham can portray male and female voices, why can't this reader? To make matters worse, she made Evie's voice educated - she wasn't - and Adam who went to Oxford she gave a pleb voice.

I concentrate on the reading in this review to show how it can spoil a novel I already liked and fancied hearing.

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  • Morgan Windle (Morgan & Many Books)
  • 03-25-20

Wow is all I can say

This really rivals What I Did For A Duke.. can’t say which I prefer. It’s strange that reviews of the novel itself are a little mixed... this story was so wonderful and true and emotionally fraught. I listened in less than a day, and in one sitting. It was great to get to know Adam, who is a very different Eversea, and Evvie, who in classic JAL style, was a wonderful portrayal of a complex woman. I cried several times, and loved every second of this. Highly recommend and can’t wait for the next in the series to arrive on Audible. Also, this is definitely one of Justine Eyre’s best performances. The quacking in both Adam and Evvie’s voices on the settee in that very devastating scene really broke my little heart. So good. So damn good.