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Narrated by Alex Wyndham. I nearly managed it in two sittings, but as the second one led into the very wee hours of the morning and I had an early appointment that day, I had to stop listening with just one hour left to go. Everyone, even this young lady, knew everyone else’s past history, to include all their lovers and where they were kept.

Renard is a distant cousin and Antonia’s father noted in his will that he wanted the Duke to look after her.

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This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Even the language doesn’t go too far away from Heyer’s. The H, sagyr 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. Salvan is turned on my very young girls and is determined to have her.

When vilians or petty, spiteful characters work to create rifts, even without absolute proof the hero and heroine believe each other, assume the best of each other; apology acccepted, eyes turned toward thei future. And so, I stalked Audible until Noble Satyr was available and shamelessly honestly, there was no shame whatsoever involved reminded the author of her generous offer zatyr a download code. Branr to see his granddaughter safely wed, the old man agrees to this unsuitable match.


It is the golden age of French aristocratic life, the glittering court of Louis XV.

So, what didn’t I like? Even if your not normally into reading historical romance!

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

View all 5 comments. I do however feel profound sadness to know that the other stories happen when this Duke is a very old man. I sztyr read a little bit and then just put it aside. Given the bulk of the story is set in France, many of the characters speak with French accents, which Mr Wyndham maintains consistently and which are not so thick as to be unintelligible.

Noble Satyr

Too many temper tantrums and then impulsive acts by one young man and his father. The inevitable happens, lucind it is not without consequences. But this proud nobleman also possesses a loyal, passionate heart – and it is this fierce loyalty that has brought Colonel Lord Aidan to Ringwood Manor to honor a dying soldier’s request. In this book, the age difference is mentioned much more frequently, to the point where it starts to feel a bit creepy.

I’m not going to spoil this story, so I won’t go into branf storyline in detail.

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I found it boring. I agree with you. I will not buy any of the other books in this series. I reread this novel, and it didn’t not improve over time, nor mental altitudes.

There are a lot of characters to sort through, creating a story fabric of varied textures. Mar 03, Mermarie rated it it was ok Shelves: Throughout the Roxton series, Lucinda, again and again, shows the highest levels to which historical romance can be taken. But of lucindaa the authors I’ve read after being assured that they were very Heyer-esque, Brant is the only one that I’ve truly enjoyed in the same way. Seriously, I was disgusted with her at that point.


Her novels are described as from ‘the Golden Age of romance with a modern voice’, and ‘heart wrenching drama with a happily ever after’. Into this licentious arena comes Antonia Moran, an lucind young woman, whose lack of protection makes her a prime target for the dissolute Comte de Salvan. As a heroine Antonia is wonderful balance of outrageous, innoccent but wordly, and delightfully smart.

Miss Mary Whitsun is far too intelligent to fall for the rakish charms of a handsome aristocrat. Antonia is only slightly less silly than Leonie from “These old shades” while Roxton is even more arrogant than Avon.

Roxton restricts himself to unhappy wives and experienced widows. Antonia may be innocent but she is not stupid. When he appeared at her door, she believed he was her gift to herself, hired for one night of passion.

Item s unavailable for purchase. Although this is by no means graphically sexual, I liked the higher level of sensuality compared to the much tamer GH titles. In the court at Versailles, this leaves her vulnerable to the attentions of men like the slimy Comte de Salvan, who wishes to marry Antonia to his son so that the Comte can more easily make the young girl his own mistress.

Do NOT hesitate to purchase this book. Who was your favorite character and why?

A Body in Berkeley Square.