- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 10 hours and 18 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Marie Higgins
- Audible.com Release Date: October 3, 2014
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00O5CQRAG
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The Sweetest Kiss: Sons of Worthington, Book 1 Audiobook – Unabridged
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I love Ms. Higgin's novels and will continue to read her books as they come out. She creates vibrant, colorful characters and clean, but passionate, romance in which her readers may immerse themselves and drift into another realm.
Trey Worthington, the duchess's son,is charged with the responsibility of looking after Judith, since his older brother is kept at his pregnant wife's side. A rogue, firmly against marriage and his heart set against falling in love, Trey is attracted to Judith from the beginning. Kisses are sweet and temptation follows their every encounter.
It's a nice plot but true Regency's lovers will find Judith's childish and brash actions at the beginning a bit too much for the time period. There is no way that she would have expected not to be left in a guardian's care and young ladies did not have the opportunity to meet prospective spouses unattended.
It's well written, the dialogue is fun and, once Judith settles in, the story is very enjoyable. I look forward to the next books in the series.
If you love a book where the characters from the beginning cannot keep their lips and hands off each other, this book IS for you.
I didn't like this book because Trey is too much of a "player" and Judith is way too "easy" for this time period. The proposal at the end is super unromantic. Yah, I realize Trey decided to say those things in public and "save" Judith, but her reputation would have been ruined and it WOULD have bothered her and Trey's family. However, the family all seem perfectly okay with it, they are just glad Trey has finally decided to settle down. By the end of the book I was not convinced that they were truly in love and that their relationship was going to make it. I WAS convinced that they couldn't wait to jump into bed together. The author did a fine job of making that clear.
On a positive note, I did like the first line of the book, I was intrigued. Also, she does know how to write a steamy love scene.
There are so many good regency romance novels out there, this one was not one I'd recommend. I will probably never read another book from this author again.
The bad: she was a bit wishy washy. The plot was a bit iffy with "her secret engagement" she didn't react believably with that part. Also, no epilogue, so no concrete happily ever after.
Overall: kept me interested, well written, no glaring errors. One of the better free kindle offerings in a while.
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