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Lost with a Lord

Ravishing Regencies, Book 1
Narrated by: Verity Burns
Series: Ravishing Regencies, Book 1
Length: 3 hrs and 5 mins
Categories: Fiction, Sagas
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Summary

A man in search of a courtesan and a woman in search of a ship - and neither will find what they thought they wanted.... 

Lord George Northmere is tired of his lonely existence and takes the radical decision to go against the ton and society's rules and seek out comfort. But in all his 30 years, he has never met anyone quite like the fiery Italian Miss Florence Capria. 

After a riot forces them to take shelter for the night in an intimate small room, can Lord George ignore the growing passion Miss Capria is igniting in his once-cold heart? Will being lost with a lord change Florence's destiny forever? 

This is the first in a series of eight Ravishing Regencies.

©2018 Emily Murdoch (P)2018 Emily Murdoch

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  • Danielle Carpenter
  • 23-07-18

Lost no Found

The story was well written to a point, but the ending did not finish with acceptability of society. The only good point is the fourth son doesn't have all the social rules applied to him for marriage that is required for the first born. Florence is a spitfire and knows what she wants, that she wants George to want her to stay. She expects George to act like an Italian and George expects her to understand his English ways. Why do people forget that love is a two way communication? The performance of the audio version is wonderful.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 21-07-19

Review of Audible narration performance only (book review on Amazon)

Unfortunately the narrator has no talent for character development. Our lead female, Florence Capria, is Italian yet only when she says an Italian word/phrase does she sound somewhat Italian. I would not recommend buying this performance as she did not bring the story to life. I do want to thank our author for including Audible narration with her books as my eyes do not allow me to read for more than a couple of minutes.

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  • BookAddict'sReviews
  • 06-08-18

Excellent audio book!

I like Murdoch's writing style a bunch and the way she develops her characters. So this was no exception for me. I also enjoyed the narrator here. They did an excellent job of adding emotion and life to the characters so I felt I was there listening in on conversations!

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 12-03-20

Interesting to listen to.

Very entertaining! The narrator did a good job changing her voice enough to distinguish characters. The story line is very good And closed well. A good love story and one of reconciliation.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 13-11-19

Love

A cute story of love! I like the way woman finds man and they fall in love!

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  • Michele
  • 04-11-19

Excellent

Loved this book. The narration was great. Truly adore this time period and I'm looking forward to listen to more

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 26-10-19

Fun Story

This was a fun story that had an interesting plot. I'm not always into stories where the characters fall in love in an exceedingly short period of time, but this one still seemed to flow well. I did really enjoy the narrator; she did a good job varying the voices of the different characters and I didn't' have to adjust the speed once. Overall, it was a nice story to listen as I cooked this afternoon.

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  • John
  • 17-10-19

A sensual period romance

Lost with a Lord is a sensual period romance with a lord and an Italian lady who meet and are forced to spend time together by chance and circumstance. The story is short and somewhat simple, but it is entertaining as well.

Recommended for adult readers/ listeners. Contains two sex scenes, but nothing too graphic or disturbing.

The narrator does a decent job with the book, though her male voices could use work.

I received this audiobook as a gift. This is my honest and voluntary review.

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  • Avid Book Lover
  • 07-11-18

Great Story!

Enjoyed listening to this book. What with a Lord wandering the London docks looking for a non-existent lady of ill repute and a young lady being where she should not be--on her own looking for a ship--enter in ruffians trying to accost said lady--a night of said Lord and young lady hiding together from said ruffians--and you have the beginning a romance plagued by misinterpretation. Will there be a HEA? You'll have to listen to this tale to see.

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  • di115
  • 26-07-18

Hiding from a mob

I enjoyed George and Florence's story. They meet in unusual circumstances and have to hide from a mob. This story is done as a dialogue between two people. Verity Burns does an excellent job with the voices and brings out their emotions as they talk. Well done and enjoyable to listen too.