• An Alleged Rogue

  • Georgian Gentlemen, Book 3
  • By: Sian Ann Bessey
  • Narrated by: Noah Wall
  • Length: 9 hrs and 34 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (63 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Lord Adam Dunsbourne is a tyrant. At least, that’s what everyone says. The tales are shocking: accounts of a man who gambled away the family fortune and keeps his younger sister, Emily, captive in their home at Dunsbourne Manor. So when Adam and his sister make an unexpected appearance at a dinner party, the scandalized whispers cannot be contained.

New to the town, Phoebe Hadford hears the condemning rumors and determines to do all she can to help the baron’s oppressed sister. Upon entering Dunsbourne Manor, however, she quickly discovers that all is not what she has been led to believe. 

Adam, though unsure of whether he can trust the intentions of his beautiful neighbor, is quickly drawn in by Phoebe’s genuine nature. But even as his and Phoebe’s connection deepens, a dangerous enemy from his past reemerges. For years, Adam has hunted for the man who betrayed him, not realizing he had only to wait. His foe has returned, and this time, he will threaten everything Adam cherishes most — including the woman he loves.

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Sweet Regency romance without being the same old story

I always enjoy this narrator and she doesn’t let me down in this story either! I read so many sweet Regency romances, and I do love them. Their predictability is fine with me, but it is always refreshing to find someone able to put a new twist on my favorites. The story contained interesting characters that I enjoyed getting to know. I felt like this story had the perfect balance of sweet regency romance elements with the added tension of a bad guy in the background. I recommend this book to people who like clean Regency romances but who are not sticklers for all of the rules of regencies being respected down to the letter. While I recognize that some of the things depicted probably would not have been allowed socially, I overlooked these easily and simply enjoyed the story. If you liked this book, I also recommend that you read the other books in the series. I loved them all!

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Sweet story

It’s a nice abs sweet story. Lovable characters! But, more like one time read/listen! Still recommend it!

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Great story, great characters, great narration, you could not ask for more! Loved this book!

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  • 12-06-21

Good story spoilt by narration

An engrossing, gentle story well told and redolent of the period. The narrator's many mispronounciations - Bow Street is pronounced as 'B-ow' instead of 'B-oh' - detracts from a good story Berkshire as 'Burk-shi-er' instead of 'Bark-sha'. Whilst as 'wilst' instead of 'wy-ilst'. There are numerous other mispronounciations of simple words. It's a pity as the narrator did a good job otherwise.

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