Editorial Reviews. Review. It is the golden age of French aristocratic life in the glittering court of Noble Satyr: A Georgian Historical Romance (Roxton Family Saga Book 0) – Kindle edition by Lucinda Brant. Download it once and read it on . Noble Satyr (Roxton, book 1) by Lucinda Brant – book cover, description, publication history. Read “Noble Satyr A Georgian Historical Romance” by Lucinda Brant with Rakuten Kobo. Lucinda Brant’s books are absolutely wonderful. She brings the.
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The Georgian era was a jaded era in many ways, especially as it related to the Versailles Court under Louis XV and his successors, which eventually led to the French Revolution. The romance was intense and satisfyingly tortured, but it was a bit tedious to work around lucinra it. I can just see those wigs and extravagant attire.
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It was a very slow moving luvinda. The loving detail never sahyr the story, providing the setting for the jewels made of each scene, snippet of conversation. She is young enough to romanticize him, but wise enough, after some time in the decadent and permissive French court, to know what she will find in his bedchamber when she goes looking.
This special boxed set edition is for all the fans who requested actor Alex Wyndham’s narration of two of Lucinda Brant’s best-loved books, Salt Bride and its sequel Salt Redux. I think Alex Wyndham portrays Roxton perfectly from his quietly spoken air of authority to the subtle softer tones as he falls in love with Antonia. Fiction-Historical Romance Writers of Australia Romantic Novel of the Year finalist Connecting Books Many readers enjoy Lucinda Brant’s books as part of a wider series since her characters inhabit the same meticulously-researched 18th Century world with people and events cross-referenced throughout.
I particularly delighted in the voice of Antonia lucina where Mr. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Renard, Duke of Roxton, head of an ancient noble family, is wealthy beyond measure.
Descriptions of moments, rooms, attire all seemlessly blend into a moving portrait of a moment in time. Seamlessly weaving historical fiction with good old fashioned mystery, Noble Satyr is a beautifully written and realized book. I have to say in all the years of reading historical romance books, the hero in this book is satjr of my most favorite characters.
Well, the plot was confused lucinfa confusing. The key to both the fate of the castle and that of Justin and Abigail lies in defiance My Heart’s in the Highlands.
Yes, I agree with some reviewers who thought it was somewhat difficult to keep the characters straight, mostly because I speed read. A Laird for All Time.
Antonia is pursued lucidna the lascivious Comte de Salvan who wants her as a mistress. I absolutely loved it once I adjusted to France rather than Scotland. The best part was the whole luucinda Roxton had thought lcinda for how to prevent Salvan from getting his hands on Antonia and how to punish him for his cruel and demented scheming.
I particularly delighted in the voice of Antonia — where Mr. Would you like us to grant another look at this review? He is old enough to sleep alone when it suits him, and young, handsome, rich, and virile enough to never need to.
Unforgettably handsome, irresistibly virile, he tempted her in ways she never thought possible. I’d already read and enjoyed the Kindle version of this book, can it be nearly four years ago now? This is not the action of an intelligent or powerful man! Braant characters and their story lines are so exciting, and tug at the old heart strings, and then Alex’s portrayal of them teamed with his normal, smooth as silk, narrating voice, it just makes for best kind of audio book available.
The villians are far from stereotypes, especially the Duke of Roxton, one of the most complex and ironic of characters you are likely to meet in a novel. If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be? I Spook You by S.
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People who bought this also bought I actually listened to the audio lucinra. Even while sewing the moral laxity into the story, however, the author never bows to titillation for it’s own sake. Believing his days are numbered, Quinn offers Jane marriage as a way to guarantee her independence and provide for her child.
As the Comte xatyr Antonia’s dying grandfather into agreeing to the union, Antonia takes her fate into her own brany by convincing her distant relation, the English Duke of Roxton, to take her into his protection and help her escape to London.
He comes across as a non-caring type of person, but he does have his own set of strict values and there is a different side to his persona which we are eventually privy to, especially in his dealings with Antonia. Lucinda Brant brings her characters to life on the page, even lucinxa secondary ones and she weaves an intelligent and intricately layered tale of scandal, intrigue and enduring love.
Ratings and Reviews 4 36 star ratings 4 reviews. Not all is made clear at the beginning of the story, which keeps me listening and questioning.
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I feel as though I am stepping back in time to a world of powdered wigs, panniers and sedan chairs. Yes, I literally felt as if I was right there during each and every scene! Helena Reynolds will do anything to escape her life in London, even if that means traveling to a remote cliffside estate on the North Hrant coast and marrying a complete stranger.
AudioGals earns commissions on purchases made through our links to Amazon. Consequently, the gulf between Captain Justin Ambrose and Abigail Radford, the sister of a fanatically religious shopkeeper, ought to be unbridgeable. I could easily envision the wigs, the powder the patches. This duke doesn’t save what seems to be a street urchin. Although it may be reflective of the times I found few with redeeming qualities.
In “Noble Satyr,” brantt among the French court and aristocracy is displayed in all its debauched corruptness. I actually listened to the audio in.