• To Catch a Suitor: A Regency Romance

  • Dalton Family, Book 2
  • By: Sarah Adams
  • Narrated by: Rachael Beresford
  • Length: 10 hrs and 15 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (33 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

She needs to move on. He wants to let her go. Will they finally be able to go their separate ways even though their hearts seem to have other plans?

Elizabeth Ashburn is madly, deeply, irrefutably in love with her best friend. They know each other better than their own minds. There is only one problem: To him, she is Little Lizzie, and nothing she does seems to replace the idea in his mind. No matter. It is her first Season and she is determined to make a match with a gentleman - any gentleman - who will help her steal her heart back from Oliver Turner and his sea-blue eyes.

Oliver Turner can remember the exact day that Lizzie grew up. And now, he cannot see her as anything besides the beautiful woman stealing his breath - no matter how much he needs to. He won't marry her. He can't. He loves her too much for that. Now, he simply needs to help marry her off so that she will officially be out of his reach.

©2020 Sarah Adams (P)2020 Tantor

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Sweet love story

This was such a sweet story of how love and friendship can conquer any darkness in someone’s life. My heart broke for the sadness in Ollies relationship with his father but love message of this story that true and pure love conquers all.

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Sweet and clean

I enjoyed this! The only two negatives were the rushed ending (I hate those) and the way the author “told” and didn’t show them falling in love the first half of the book. The second half was better. The narrator was pretty good. I listened at 1.2 speed b/c anything less was too slow.

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No real plot or obstacles to romance, just angst

This is a solidly written book with very appealing characters, but sadly the storyline is lacking. He and she are made for each other, they both know it, everybody knows it. We just have to wait the full length of a novel for one of them to overcome angst and self loathing. It’s a shame, this pair deserved a rollicking adventure instead! Honestly it would have been more in character for her to have staged her own kidnapping or such to get him to declare himself. Instead we just get chapters full of agonizing over why they can’t admit their feelings.

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The narrator needs to speed up!

Good story. Good writing. But I returned another book with this narrator bc her slow voice is annoying. Improve the performance and you’ll get more listeners. 😊