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- The Silver Foxes of Westminster, Book 4
- Narrated by: Merry Farmer
- Length: 9 hrs and 3 mins
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Lady Lavinia Prior has lived her whole life under her mother’s thumb. Heaven forbid she should form an opinion of her own or want something more than the rigid role her mother has planned for her as the perfect wife of an important man. But since her mother has never deemed any man to be good enough, Lavinia is at risk of becoming a spinster by default until one cringeworthy night during a late summer house party at Winterberry Park...
Dr. Armand Pearson never expected to inherit the title of Viscount Helm and all that goes with it upon his cousin’s death. With his medical career decimated by the duties of his title, the responsibility of an estate he doesn’t know how to run on his shoulders, and a position in the House of Lords that his friends urge him to attend to, the last thing he has time for is a wife.
But fate, and Lady Ursula Prior, have other plans...
What starts out as the most awkward, uncomfortable marriage in all of England turns into something else entirely when Lavinia and Armand discover that they have more in common than they ever could have imagined. And when they make a deal to combine forces in order to defeat an old foe, both awaken to a whole new world of possibility and love.
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Excellent all around!
I very much enjoyed this engaging Regency Romance! Both main characters are splendid, and they each follow their own character ARCs, growing smoothly from the start of the book to the end. The cricket match was so much fun and very accurate, totally A+ content. The pacing moves right along while still giving the characters and readers time to breathe. The conflict is deliciously written and kept me wondering right up until the end. The author does the narration for this book and she does an amazing job, the voices are enough to differentiate characters without any over the top put-on accents. It really felt like the author was sitting beside me in the car, reading as I drove between work and home. All around an amazing book and audio book!