Once the ton's most notorious rake, Dalton MacIain has returned from his expedition to America during the Civil War-wounded and a changed man. Instead of attending soirees, he now spends his time as a recluse. But Dalton's peace is disturbed when Minerva Todd barges into his London townhouse, insisting he help search for her missing brother Neville. But Dalton has no interest in finding Neville-for he blames him for his injury. Minerva has never met a more infuriating man than the Earl of Rathsmere, yet she is intrigued by the torrid rumors she has heard about him . and the fierce attraction pulling her toward him.
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by Karen Ranney
by Karen Witemeyer
by Karen Rivers
by Karen Campbell
by Karen English
"The second in Ranney's MacIan series suffers from uneven narration. Dalton MacIan, the former Rake of London, has returned home from America a changed man. Blinded in combat, he's greeted by the news that his elder brother is dead, meaning that he's now the Earl of Rathsmere--and a most reluctant earl at that. Minerva Todd is convinced that Dalton carelessly lost her brother in America, and he refuses to help her find him. While John Lee is wonderful at reading narrative, he's challenged by the dialogue here. The female characters have a tendency to sound similarly high-pitched and breathy; the men are somewhat better distinguished but are, likewise, unsubtle in their characterizations--in particular, the villain, who is obvious before he's spoken five words. K.M.P. © AudioFile 2016, Portland, Maine"
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