Friday, 8 March 2019

Audio: Lady Derring takes a lover - Julie Anne Long

Narrated by: Justine Eyre
Length: 9 hrs and 13 mins
Release date: 02-26-19
Publisher: HarperAudio
Series: The Palace of rogues #1
Historical romance
Thank you Harper for this audiobook!

My Thoughts
Delilah is a young widow left with nothing. Her husband was in debt, but he did leave her a house by the docks. And she gets the idea of making into a boarding house...by the docks...

She was kind, but she did have a side she never got to show as she was the nice little wife for her husband. I did like her snark, you never saw it coming.

Tristan is looking for smugglers and his quest leads him to her door. And honestly why this was I do not know. i mean I get why, but two and four does not five make. Still he fancies her, she fancies him back. He is the stoic kind, but there is more to him, even if not shown a lot.

The boarding house proved to be a fun idea. A weird collection of people with nothing in common. A quest for smugglers, and a couple falling in love. The next book looks to be a fun one too.

Conclusion
Cute and fun

Narrator
Justine Eyre! Ha, I can not grow bored with her voices.  Her narrations are always fun

Blurb
Delilah Swanpool, Countess of Derring, learns the hard way that her husband, Dear Dull Derring, is a lot more interesting-and perfidious-dead than alive. It's a devil of an inheritance, but in the grand ruins of the one building Derring left her, are the seeds of her liberation. And she vows never again to place herself at the mercy of a man.

But battle-hardened Captain Tristan Hardy is nothing if not merciless. When the charismatic naval hero tracks a notorious smuggler to a London boarding house known as the Rogue's Palace, seducing the beautiful, blue-blooded proprietress to get his man seems like a small sacrifice.

They both believe love is a myth. But a desire beyond reason threatens to destroy the armor around their hearts. Now a shattering decision looms: Will Tristan betray his own code of honor...or choose a love that might be the truest thing he's ever known? 


30 comments:

  1. Justine Eyre is a fabulous narrator, love her voice too!! I found this to be charming too.

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  2. I just bought an audio narrated by Justine Eyre! I'll have to check this one out, too. Love a good historical romance! :)

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  3. A boarding house sounds like a good setting for this type of romance.

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  4. Sounds like the male lead maybe needs more development?

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  5. I haven't tried this narrator but she seems to be a fan fave! Thanks Blodeuedd

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  6. I like the boarding house idea too, a fun excuse to get a bunch of interesting people together :D

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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    1. Maybe that is why I like house parties :)

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  7. You never know who'll show up at a boarding house!

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  8. Ha a good snarky heroine is perfect. And yes to Justine Eyre for sure.

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  9. Yeah, that does sound like it'd be entertaining with the boarding house of characters.

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  10. This sounds like a really fun story! Hugs...RO

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  11. I'm not sure why, but I rarely listen to romance audiobooks. This one does sound fun.

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  12. Oh, this does sound like fun! Those crazy smugglers!

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