• Beauteous

  • Age of Honor, Book 2
  • By: Tamara Leigh
  • Narrated by: Paul Draper
  • Length: 10 hrs and 11 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (14 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The Wulfriths. First. In between. In the end.

Once upon a beauty

The once beauteous Lady Ondine Wulfrith holds close a secret for which she conceals her face, surrounds herself with all things lovely, and is drawn to those of broken wing. When she happens on an enemy of the Crown wounded during his escape from the king’s men, she delivers the warrior to her family’s abandoned hunting lodge to tend his injury. While thwarting his efforts to return to flight until he heals, attraction to her resistant patient becomes something more—and unexpected—once the two are discovered by her brother in what appears a compromising position. Now that her scarring is revealed, will Sir Sinjin do the honorable thing? And if she secures his release long enough for him to put his affairs in order, will he return to her before King Edward arrives and exacts a price that could cost her everything, above all, her heart?

Once upon a beast

Sir Sinjin Daschiel of questionable English loyalties and unquestionable Scottish sympathies is determined to shed his manacles and escape those charged with delivering him to London. Injured while overpowering his escort, he falls into the hands of a masked woman who seeks to restore his bid for freedom—but on her terms. By the time he learns the savior who tempted him to a kiss amid shadows is the same earlier glimpsed in the wood commanding an owl and wearing a gown that seemed woven of the wind, Sinjin’s purpose has begun to unravel. And when a sword at his throat evidences she is far from the commoner she pretends, his purpose becomes entangled with the deceiver’s. But only until her family learns whose blood flows through him. Or the king severs his life. Whichever comes first.

©2022 Tammy Schmanski (P)2022 Tammy Schmanski

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Exquisite!

Tamara Leigh pens a thoroughly satisfying love story, and the narrator’s execution of it is perfection!

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Such a Lovely Tale

I am an avid fan of Tamara Leigh's novels. I especially love listening to them in their audio formats. This book is no exception. I loved the story. I found the character of Sinjin to be a most swoon-worthy hero. I also enjoyed the transformation of Lady Ondine as she came into her true beauty. Finally, I enjoyed the narration of this book. Paul Draper did a really nice job with the different accents throughout this story.

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disappointed 😞

I love Tamera Leigh , I Have purchased pretty much all of her books. love her stories and Mary Sarah's narrative, that being said,I have tried to keep and open mind when listening to Paul Draper. My first book to me took a bit to get into the story but I did, and finished it . Beauteous skipped in the first 3 chapters and then I realized that it's not it . Just can not listen to the narrative. I will be returning this one. Wish Mary Sarah was back.