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  • The Baron’s Betrayal

  • A Marriage Mart Mayhem Novel
  • By: Callie Hutton
  • Narrated by: Sienna Frances
  • Length: 6 hrs and 9 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (31 ratings)

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The Baron’s Betrayal

By: Callie Hutton
Narrated by: Sienna Frances
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Summary

It has been two years since Lady Marion Tunstall lost her husband at sea, two years of sorrow and grief. Only now has the comely young widow finally reentered society. It is then, when she and her family attend the merriment of a country dance, that Lady Marion sees her dead husband, alive and well - and faints dead away.

Lord Tristan Tunstall has no choice but to confess: He is alive, yes, but not a whole man who can be a husband and father. When he offers her a divorce, however, Marion stubbornly refuses. Now she has forced herself back into his life and into his home and (oh, God forgive his weakness) his bed. He cannot stop himself from wanting her, loving her. But can he live with the secret she is keeping from him?

©2015 Callie Hutton (P)2021 Blackstone Publishing

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Not THAT bad!

Listened to the prior books and it’s a nice story to listen to. Yes he’s an ass and Yes she is treated badly BUT don’t forget era it’s set in and frankly none of these stories are realistic but sod it! Marriage nower days is flippant and no one forgives but simply ditch their losses, back then you had no choice! I think both of them are brave in the end, her with determination and him conquering what would be very hard for a man! As always there is a happy ending and it’s currently a free listen so why not! Plus there is always some kink and reference to proud members! 😂

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Waste of time

The woman has no honour. How many times the man has rejected her and she went crawling back to him.

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got to the end

what a wimpy blind man. or was it the heroine who was the wimp? he behaves appallingly, she takes him back . taraah. and then his coversion to super-lover at the end was too dramatic, did not ring true..
but the good language well narrated kept me listening.

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  • brs5113
  • 15-06-22

Don't waste your time

Garbage. Tristan is an unlikeable selfish ableist twat, and Marion is a doormat. "I'm blind." "But we're married!" "But I'm blind!" "But we're married!". And now you've read the book.

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  • Joan Graves
  • 13-03-22

We Need A Hero

Tristan is a whinny man with no substance or courage. His constant complaint of blindness makes him a bad husband is tiresome at best, idiotic at worst. Marion is a weak willed woman with no self-respect. She goes crawling back to Tristan despite the fact he gives her not a hint of encouragement & definitely no fireworks. Between his constant "Oh poor me" & her "love me please" it's a sad sapling of a story with much lost potential.

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  • Hannah S
  • 10-04-21

Lisp??

The reader has a bit of a lisp/strong "s" sound which detracts from the story sometimes.

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  • Dex1578
  • 26-01-23

It's Okay

It was a standard regency romance novel. It wasn't exciting or adventurous. It was just a basic novel and I am not sure I will like the others more or less than this, but I will give a few of them a try before I make up my mind.

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  • Anita Adzo
  • 03-01-23

Not Great

I really disliked the Male lead in this book. His behaviour towards his so called beloved wife was just inexcusable. It would have made more sense if theirs was a marriage of convenience before his blindness but to claim to love someone and treat them so poorly the whole book just doesn't do it for me. I understand that his misfortune must have affected him but he was just too annoying for me to enjoy the book. The narrator's voice for him was hilarious and ridiculous. it really took me out of the story because I laughed when he was supposed to be expressing anger.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 14-12-22

Clean an captivating.

I enjoyed this wonderful clean romance from start to finish. The narator was also excellent in portraying the different characters.

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  • note4lana
  • 11-10-22

Not too sure about this one . . .

I am a recent fan of Callie Hutton and love to listen to Sienna Frances. I know this is a fictional period piece but I was a little put off by the "less than a man" theme spouted by the main male character up until the last chapter. Typically, these types of books are what I read when I need something light and needs no thought - usually after reading something heavy. I came away a bit irritated after this one.

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  • LM Pichner
  • 09-10-22

I thoroughly enjoyed this read.

This was a wonderful story.
Two years of thinking your husband is gone. Wow.
I can't wait to read more of this series.
I highly recommend this book.

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  • catherine Shema
  • 07-10-22

Too routine

The book was same thing over and over again. It was boring. Man returns home but doesn’t realize it is his home he’s blind he doesn’t think he’s gonna make a good husband anymore. His wife still loves him and she thinks said she can get them back together. And that’s the gist of the story. Over and over and over again. The dog was the best part of the story

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  • Josh
  • 27-09-22

Need more like this

Need more like this because I do have a disability and it was nice to hear a story like this because I am too legally blind. So I don’t know why people gave it such a bad review I think it was OK.