Honor’s Splendour Audiobook [Free Download by Trial]

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Honor's Splendour by Julie Garwood

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In the feuding English court, gentle Lady Madelyne suffered the cruel whims of her ruthless brother, Baron Louddon. Then, in vengeance for a bitter crime, Baron Duncan of Wexton - the Wolf - unleashed his warriors against Louddon's domain. Exquisite Madelyne was the prize he captured...but when he gazed upon the proud beauty, he pledged to protect her with his life. In his rough-hewn castle, Duncan proved true to his honor. But when at last their noble passion conquered them both, she surrendered with all her soul. Now, for love, Madelyne would stand fast...as bravely as her Lord, the powerful Wolf who fought for Honor's Splendour.



  • I couldn't even determine if the plot was enjoyable because the narrator's performance was absolutely dreadful. Her voice was so bothersome that it constantly diverted my attention from the story. The manner in which she spoke was incredibly grating, causing me to cringe and even roll my eyes at times. It became difficult for me to develop any fondness for the characters due to the detrimental impact of her irritating voice. This audiobook definitely gets a thumbs down from me. The only silver lining is that I've learned a valuable lesson to always listen to the sample and read reviews before spending money on another audio-book!
  • For those who are well-versed in history, particularly medieval times, this audiobook may present some challenges. It's not exactly historically accurate, to say the least. Don't expect characters to whip out cell phones, but there are instances that make it difficult to fully immerse oneself in the story. However, if you approach it as a romance rather than a history lesson, it can still be an entertaining experience. There are moments where the modern elements can momentarily break the medieval atmosphere, but with a little self-encouragement to overlook those details, one can still enjoy the story. If you're a member of the SCA (Society for Creative Anachronism), proceed with caution or learn to look past these discrepancies.