Everything I Ever Wanted

Author(s): Jo Goodman
Series: Compass Club Series No: 2
Genre: Romance
eAudio - unabridged
Audio (17.00 hours)
Product Number: Z1397
Released: Mar 28, 2011
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781449885601
Narrator/s: Jenny Sterlin
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USA Today best-selling author Jo Goodman continues her dazzling Regency romance series that began with Let Me Be the One (L1086). Returning to the men of the Compass Club, Goodman unfolds the tale of the dashing young South: the Earl of Southerton. South has been assigned to a murder case, and he suspects that the stunning actress India Parr may be connected. There is only one way to get her to confess .


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Everything I Ever Wanted
Product Number: BX00002364
Product Number:CL023
Product Number:Z1397

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Author(s): Jo Goodman
Narrator(s): Jenny Sterlin
Genre: Romance
Product Number CL023
Released: Oct 03, 2003
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781402561733

Professional reviews

"In the early 1800s, the Earl of Southerton, known as South to his friends in the Compass Club, is off to find a murderer while seeking to learn how actress India Parr is involved. This slowly developing novel of intrigue and murder looks at upper-crust British society and their relations with the lower classes. As Southerton seeks the truth from Parr, he finds he must protect her life and learn her dark, hidden secrets. Jenny Sterlin narrates in a bright, sharp voice, characterizing South with loud, harsh tones and India with soft ones. During the two characters' continual verbal sparring Sterlin's voice dips in and out of audibility, requiring the listener to fiddle with the volume. M.B.K. (c) AudioFile 2003, Portland, Maine"