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Prince of Swords

Narrated by: Tanya Patrick
Length: 10 hrs and 48 mins
Categories: Romance, Historical
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A once-elite, beautiful young woman has turned to a life of Tarot card reading for English nobility in order to maintain a life of squalor for her and her family. But even Jessamine Maitland could not foresee Alistair MacAlpin's irresistible charm. A privileged aristocrat turned infamous cat burglar, he's going to take Jessamine on the adventure of a lifetime. Little does she know, the arrogant thief has absolutely no intention of ever being caught - by man or woman.

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  • Sharon Ann Skasick
  • 23-07-19

Prince of Swords

The book was wonderful. Of course, I love everything Anne Stuart writes. However, the narrator was American and of course, the book takes place in England. She couldn't quite get the accent and halfway through her talk, she would "forget" she was using an accent. And what little accent she had was terrible.

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  • Glow3
  • 07-05-19

Terrible reading of a bad story

The only reason I finished this was so I could warn people not to waste their money! The “romantic hero” in this story was cruel and abusive with no redeeming qualities or depth of character. And the reader only made it worse. A huge waste of a credit!

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