With more than 25 million copies of her books in print, Amanda Quick is one of today's most popular authors of Regency-era romances. Her 23 New York Times best-selling novels are delightful combinations of fascinating characters, clever conversations, and fleet-footed suspense. Emma Greyson is grateful for her position as lady's companion. The salary is generous, and Lady Mayfield is kind. But when Emma meets the darkly handsome Edison Stokes, a guest at her employer's estate, the flame-haired beauty is lured into his dangerous quest for an ancient book of potions. Can she help him find it before its magical powers are used for evil purposes? From passionate moments to midnight ambushes, Amanda Quick keeps I Thee Wed moving at a delicious clip. Narrator Barbara Rosenblat brings to life not only the intrepid heroes, but also the opulent society that serves as a backdrop for their growing attraction. If you enjoy this audiobook, look for Affair, Mischief, Mistress, Mystique, and With This Ring.
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by Amanda Quick
by Mary Jo Putney
by Judith Ivory
"Barbara Rosenblat's stellar performance turns this inconsequential literary fluff into a delightful piece. Emma Greyson, lady's companion and woman of intuition, is unwillingly drawn into a conspiracy of intrigue surrounding a lost book of mystical secrets, including a recipe for "telepathic tea." Edison Stokes, hot on the trail of the same items, enlists Emma's help, and the two (predictably) fall in love amidst the multiple murders and peccadilloes of early England. Rosenblat's character portrayals, down to the least important footman, are impeccable. Her dialects are perfect. Best of all, she brings a delicious sense of fun to the story. R.P.L. (c) AudioFile 2001, Portland, Maine"
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