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The Lady Hellion: 3 (Wicked Deceptions) Audio CD – Import, 16 September 2015
About the Author
Joanna Shupe has always loved history, ever since she saw her first Schoolhouse Rock cartoon. While in college, Joanna read every romance she could get her hands on and soon started crafting her own racy historical novels. In 2013, she won Romance Writers of America's prestigious Golden Heart Award for Best Historical. She now lives in New Jersey with her two spirited daughters and dashing husband.
Carmen Rose is an Earphones Award-winning, critically acclaimed British actress. She trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and has narrated numerous romance and erotica audiobooks.
- ASIN : B08XL7ZDTN
- Publisher : Tantor Audio; Unabridged edition (16 September 2015)
- Language : English
- Audio CD : 1 pages
- ISBN-13 : 979-8200004799
- Dimensions : 13.46 x 19.05 cm
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This also touches the subject of someone afflicted with phobia. But I can't get past the heroine's asinine recklessness with no thought of self-preservation.
Joanna Shupe is one of my 'one-click' authors, this novel's heroine just didn't tick all the boxes for me.
I love the idea of a woman in Regency England being able to get away with dressing like a man to help women! What a fun twist. Allowing her to bring Quint 'back' after he almost died, by not taking no for an answer was another example of thinking outside of the box. There were so many in this book. I also love that Quint loved her as she was. Not an innocent? No matter. Dressed like a man? No matter except he provided her with a guard. He was as much removed from the Regency period as Sophie was.
As in the previous books in this series, there is romance, a look at the seamy side of the Regency era, and what the main characters of the book and their friends were trying to do to help those less fortunate. The love story isn't lost by these actions, but in my opinion, enhanced. Add in Sophie's fathers dedication to England, Quint's expertise in solving ciphers and codes for the Crown, and their handler, you now have some quite tense moments that add to the story.
We get to see other characters from the last two books make an appearance towards the end to help get Quint out of the house, and insure Sophie's safety. We FINALLY find out who has been murdering the prostitutes!
All in all a fabulous end to the story and the series. If I could request that Ms. Shupe does a 'ten years later' story, I'd love it. I really want to see what's happened to all of these remarkably forward thinking people!