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The Silver-Tongued Devil

Narrated by: Kathy Halenda
Length: 9 hrs and 47 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
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Summary

Angelica Carew is wedded to a man she barely knows. But as she learns to care for him deeply she gets the sense that beneath her husband's sweet words of love, something is very wrong. When the truth comes out, Angelica will have to make the most devastating choice of her life....

©1996 Patricia Maxwell (P)2012 Audible, Inc.

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  • Olnega
  • 25-11-19

Drawn out angsty melodrama

I loved the plot of the story and beginning was great but slowly revenge plot turned into soapy melodrama with moody hero slowly descending into guilt and remorse. Still pretty good listen but definitely not my favourite from Jennifer Blake.

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  • Peggy Freeman
  • 16-08-19

Good Plot X Rated

Good plot but there wasn’t a rating on this book and there should be. Escape has failed the reader in not providing the steaminess rating. The mood is what they call it. Mood has nothing to do with prom. A good company protects it’s customers. I had to skip several scenes. I prefer a warning. Every book should be labeled just as movies are. The narrator is a monotone in a way. The author has talked everything to death l. The hast two lines sums it up.