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Publisher's Summary

At 16, Phoebe Layton had imagined that Gabriel Banner was a brave and valiant knight, a noble-hearted hero born to rescue ladies in distress. Which was why, eight years later, when she desperately needed help to carry out a vital quest, she could think of no one more suited to the job than Gabriel.

But when she lures her shining knight to a lonely midnight rendezvous, Phoebe finds herself sparring with a dangerously desirable man who is nothing like the hero of her dreams, and when he sweeps her into a torrid - and blatantly unchivalrous - embrace, she can't help but fear that she's made a dreadful mistake. It's a kiss that will seal Phoebe's fate. For now, the exacting Earl of Wylde has a quest of his own: to possess the most intriguing, impulsive, outrageous female he has ever met...even if he has to slay a dragon to do it.

©1992 Amanda Quick (P)2010 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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Classic Amanda Quick

This book is in my box of "keepers" from A. Quick. I've read it many times and this time, enjoyed both the book and narration. Anne Flosnik's British accent is ideal for historical romances set in feudal and victorian England. She adds an element of authenticity to the read.

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Great book

I don't listen to romances usually but these add a bit of spice and mystery to their stories making them worth the time.

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solid

i love amanda quick - old amanda quick and this is still a solid listen but i think its the same narrator that did a bunch of her books and she just feels too old. i wish she had a sassier younger reader. the story is so solid though - that you get over any problems with the narrator.

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Enjoyed the book not the narrator

I enjoyed the book itself but wanted to strangle the narrator at times. The narrator has a tendency to drag the words out to such a degree that it really slowed down the pace of the book. I expected it to be slow paced anyway but the narrator really dragged it down. At one point I was so frustrated with this tendency that I almost switched to another book, but being a compulsive completer has its benefits. I am glad I stuck with it but will seriously hesitate before I buy another book with her as the narrator. It drove me crazy, well crazier at least!

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Book - 5 stars Narration - 2 stars

As in other AQ reviews I have done, I love her books and have read and reread them. I however, am very saddened that I have this in my library. Anne Flosnik's narration made this too painful to actually listen to for very long. I didn't finish Ravished and I could barely get through the first few chapters of this one. I would not have even tried had I not already bought this at the same time as Ravished (meaning I did not know how terrible it would be).
Reasons I do not like Anne Flosnik's narration. Her voice is thready and has a tendency to wobble. Although I do appreciate the British accent! Her attempts at a masculine voice is a disaster. And there is just something very annoying about the way she measures her phrases. I have listened to hundreds of audiobooks and trudged my way through some horrible 'reads', but I am tired of doing that.

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Great Story/Horrid Narration

Great story but the narrator makes Gabriel sound like a melodrama villain at best, on the verge of an orgasm at times!

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smart love story

i had to get past the narrator, shr2was somewhat annoying. After awhile i changed my focus and just enjoyed the story.

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Reckless

Amanda Quick is an Amazing Author! I love how she is able to weave an unlikely romance in amid the chaos of a mystery. Excellent read! 😍

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love it! I've read the book and was very excited when I found it in Audio. Unlike others I thought the narrator was wonderful and very entertaining. Well Done

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esta bien

I thought that this book was just ok. I usually enjoy Amanda Quick books, but this one was just ok.