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Arabella Dufour had always loved Ulric Griffin, but when she finds out his heart belongs to another; she tells her father that he kissed her, hoping he would have to marry her instead. However, her father banishes Ulric from the castle forever. Several years later, Arabella's father arranges her marriage to Lord John of Terryn, a knight she has yet to meet. He owns vast lands in the North and has enough wealth to keep her in the finest gowns, but can she love another man when her heart still yearns for Ulric - her lost love?

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  • Sue Guss
  • 14-04-17

Entertaining Story; bad attempt at Old English

Would you try another book from Maryse Dawson and/or Charlie Boswell?

Yes, I found the premise of the story to be quite entertaining and the narrator did a fine job. The unfortunate attempt in writing style to use the Old English was terribly annoying and distracting but cannot obliterate the good writing with respect to the plot and character definition.This is the only book I've read by this author and I look forward to trying others when they become available on

How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?

Removing the Old English styling attempt would make this an eminently more enjoyable book.

What about Charlie Boswell’s performance did you like?

I found this narrator's voice to be quite pleasing and easy to listen to.

If this book were a movie would you go see it?

Why would anyone go to movies when they have audio books. :)