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How to write a great review. She was unmarried, untouched, and almost 30, but novelist Amanda Briars wasn’t about to greet her next birthday without making love to a man. It was great to visit the Roxton family at the beginning of Antonia and her M’sieur le Duc. This is the prequel to the Roxton Family Saga. With this deft handling, what the imagination can concoct with what is implied!

My husband is 22 years older than I am. I also loved the way we get to see the cynical duke evolve into a man capable of great love and humanity and one determined to live a better life than heretofore. This was possibly the first book I’ve read by Lucinda Brant so it took me a chapter or two to get into it, however, stayr I did, I was hooked. For example the following are Roxton’s own words: Lucinda does an incredible job in making you want to know the main characters as well as the minor ones.


To say Roxton was arrogant would be the understatement of the century. Roxton kills two of the robbers.

There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Smile as though lucinea is not the thousandth time he’s mentioned hounds and hunting?

He is known to be heartless and has never liked any woman enough for a long-term affair.

Noble Satyr by Lucinda Brant

Narrated by Alex Wyndham. The H, the Duke of Roxton, is a former playboy and man of the world parallel with Justin Alastair from These Old Shadesbut too much was made of his murky past, whereas Ms Heyer left more to the imagination.

Antonia is heartbroken and refuses to believe that he doesn’t love her. Elizabeth Kingston Narrated by: He is such a funny character, so proud, and so righteous when it comes to the treatment of Antonia, and yet his command of English isn’t perfect, and I just love the way Lucinda wrote his character and how Alex performed him.

For readers who like intricate detail there is a wealth of carefully chosen gems to enhance the picture.

Most audiobooks reviewed at AudioGals have been provided by the publisher, author or narrator. The pairing of the dissolute Roxton with the much younger, innocent Antonia could have been the recipe for disaster but Ms Brant pulls it off brilliantly.

Countess by Coincidence House of Haverstock, Book 3. It took place in full color! Read them all, they are a delight. She is a bright light that shines on every page, exactly the kind of heroine I love: I will probably go on to read the rest of the series eventually.


Noble Satyr (Roxton Family Saga, #0) by Lucinda Brant

See if you have enough points for this item. A Splendid Defiance By: Love, love, love … Show more Show less. What first attracted me to the book is You guessed it the Georgian era setting and the plot similarity to the Georgette “the Great” Heyers’ These Old Shadesone of may favorite GH titles.

His total control over his reactions and his maturity is One unmatched in any other stories. The villain s are properly horrible and the punishment is acceptable. The Duke of Roxton is a premier duellist, half French, half English and all ladies man. Her ailing grandfather is persuaded to approve the match and her only chance to escape is to be taken to England by her distant cousin Le Duke.

The sexual tension is palpable and exciting yet subtle, discreetly closing the doors and leaving the final graphics to the imagination. Well, the plot was confused and confusing. He does not conform as do the other overdressed peacocks, preferring his own understated style. But even he draws the line at running off with his best friend’s bride.