Kate Reading

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Lord Perfect

Narrated by Kate Reading I haven't read a Loretta Chase book I haven't loved. Lord Perfect, book three in Ms. Chase's Carsington Family series proved no exception to this rule. Lord Benedict Carsington, Viscount Rathbourne, is perfect. It's rather miraculous when you consider the various scra ...

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The Last Hellion

Narrated by Kate Reading The Last Hellion is the last of the four books in Ms Chase’s Scoundrels series, which are linked via a number of recurring characters; and it can perhaps be seen as a sequel to the wonderful Lord of Scoundrels. We met Vere Mallory, Duke of Ainswood, in that story when, ...

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The Mark of the Midnight Manzanilla

With just one book remaining in Ms. Willig’s Pink Carnation series, I find myself savoring each new entry. So I’ll have to admit I was less than enthusiastic when I heard that Sally Fitzhugh is the historical heroine for The Mark of the Midnight Manzanilla. The Mischief of the Mistletoe, Sally ...

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Silk Is for Seduction

Kate Reading’s narration of Loretta Chase’s Lord of Scoundrels is an audio triumph, an absolutely perfect meshing of one of the best historical romances with a nuanced and note-perfect performance by a highly talented narrator. Naturally, seeing that Ms. Reading had been engaged to narrate the a ...

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The Passion of the Purple Plumeria

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Not Your Ordinary Faerie Tale

Narrated by Kate Reading Can a beloved narrator turn a bad book into a good listen? In this case, no. Blythe reviewed the print version for this entry into the Others series at AAR and gave it a D+, liking the fae aspects, but not much else. I should have paid more attention to her review before vo ...

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The Demon You Know

Narrated by Kate Reading The Demon You Know is the third entry into Christine Warren’s The Others series. The first two were hits for me but this one? Well, there are some hilarious moments as well as a lot of fun scenes featuring the rest of the cast. But the heroine, Abby Baker, is the queen ...

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Wolf at the Door

Narrated by Kate Reading I’d describe Wolf at the Door as a big roasted marshmallow. There’s nothing to really sink your teeth into – just some fluff and some heat. If I were reading this book I would have been bored more than once but listening is another story. Kate Reading is a wonderful ...