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- The Daughters of Allamont Hall, Book 5
- Narrated by: Joanna Stephens
- Length: 7 hrs and 57 mins
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An adventurous young lady and a bored young man find a bit more excitement than they bargained for. Can they find love, too?
A traditional regency romance, drawing room rather than bedroom.
Grace’s four older sisters have married and moved away, and life is very quiet and boring. It’s so stifling being female, occupying herself with her tapestry or painting, when she’d much rather have been a soldier, galloping about with a sword in her hand. She wouldn’t mind marrying because who wants to be an old maid? But all her suitors are dullards are only interested in her dowry. If only something exciting would happen!
George Graham is at a loose end, too, now that his Oxford cronies are settling into boring domesticity. But when he learns that a valuable diamond necklace may have been hidden somewhere in his parent’s house, he’s fired with enthusiasm for the search, and lively Grace Allamont is just the girl to help him. Along the way, they find plenty of adventure, lots of trouble - and a most unexpected love.
Book five of the six-book series The Daughters of Allamont Hall. Each book is a complete story with a HEA, but listen to them all to find out all the secrets of Allamont Hall!
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Another brilliant book in this series lovely storyline have enjoyed all the books in this series well worth the listen or to read
- Cate F.
Not my favorite
I’ve read many books by Mary Kingswood and usually find them enjoyable. “Grace”was a disappointment. George was dim and Grace was silly. The narrator was fine except when she used a high pitched, whiny voice for the younger girls. Don’t let this review put you off the other books by this author.
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Please choose a better narrator
I have really liked all of Mary Kingswood books when I read them, but I decided to listen to them on audiobook and was sorely disappointed. This one was the worst because of the inaudible and inaccurate servants’ dialects and Grace’s unappealing high-pitched voice and manner.