Not the Duke's Darling

Author(s): Elizabeth Hoyt
Series: Greycourt Series No: 1
CD - unabridged
Audio (9 discs)
Product Number: DD41047
Released: Dec 18, 2018
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781549121494
Narrator/s: Ashford McNab
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Don't miss the first book in New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth Hoyt's Greycourt Series! Freya de Moray is many things: a member of the secret order of Wise Women, the daughter of disgraced nobility, and a chaperone living under an assumed name. What she is not is forgiving. So when the Duke of Harlowe—the man who destroyed her brother and led to the downfall of her family—appears at the country house party she's attending, she does what any Wise Woman would do: she starts planning her revenge. Christopher Renshaw, the Duke of Harlowe, isn't best pleased to be blackmailed into attending a house party … and that was before he recognizes Freya. She's fiery, bold, and sensuous—in short, maddening. But she also reminds him of the sins of his past—sins he'd much rather forget. When it becomes clear Freya is in grave danger from someone at the gathering, he knows he will do anything to keep her safe. But first Renshaw will have to ferret out Freya's secrets-by whatever means necessary.

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Author(s): Elizabeth Hoyt
Narrator(s): Ashford McNab
Product Number Z100142504
Released: Dec 18, 2018
Business Term: 2 Year
Publisher: Hachette Book Group
ISBN: #9781549121487

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"Ashford McNab's narration of Hoyt's romance novels is always a treat, and this story is no exception. Freya de Moray, the daughter of disgraced nobility, is also a Wise Woman who is working as a companion under an assumed name. At a country house party, Freya encounters Christopher Renshaw, Duke of Harlow, whom she blames for her family's downfall. McNab gives Freya a subtle Scottish accent. Christopher's voice takes on a huskier quality as the passion between him and Freya deepens. There are several people attending the gathering, and McNab gives each of them a distinctive voice, making it easy for the listener to identify who is speaking. S.B. © AudioFile 2019, Portland, Maine"