Masked Ball at Broxley Manor by Rhys Bowen
Narrator: Katherine Kellgren
Length: 1 hr and 14 mins
Date Read: August 2015
Genre: Cozy Mystery, Mystery
A delectable prequel to the national bestselling Royal Spyness mysteries featuring Lady Georgiana Rannoch—thirty forth in line to the throne, and England’s poorest heiress.
At the end of her first unsuccessful season out in society, Lady Georgiana has all but given up on attracting a suitable man—until she receives an invitation to a masked Halloween ball at Broxley Manor. Georgie is uncertain why she was invited, until she learns that the royal family intends to marry her off to a foreign prince, one reputed to be mad.
When the prince, dressed as the devil, rescues her from an embarrassing situation at the ball, Georgie is surprised to find her unwanted suitor to be a dashing, charming man—especially when he pulls her aside and gives her the kiss of a lifetime. But as the time comes for the unmasking, Georgie’s rescuer vanishes and the party is thrown into chaos, making it clear that everything at Broxley Manor is not as it appears…
Includes a preview of the latest Royal Spyness mystery, The Twelve Clues of Christmas, available November 2012.
Series: Her Royal Spyness #.5
Also by this author: The Twelve Clues of Christmas, Heirs and Graces br> br>
Also in this series: Heirs and Graces
From Here to There TBRJar Reviews are for those books that come out of my TBRJars. These will be short, sweet, and to the point!
Listened for Fun (Audible)
Overall Rating: 4.50
Story Rating: 4.50
Character Rating: 4.50
Audio Rating: 5.00 (not part of the overall rating)
TBRJar Thoughts: Oh what fun it was seeing how Georgie met Darcy! Masked Ball at Broxley Manor by Rhys Bowen was a short but fun listen. I do think you need to be familiar with at least one book in the series to get the full enjoyment. If you already know Georgie and Darcy though—you will love it!
Narrated By Katherine Kellgren / Length: 1 hr and 14 mins
I adore this series on audiobook. This is another one of those combos that I couldn’t imagine experiencing any other way than on audio format.
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