Never Judge a Lady by Her Cover: The Fourth Rule of Scoundrels Audiobook [Free Download by Trial]

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Never Judge a Lady by Her Cover: The Fourth Rule of Scoundrels

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RITA- Award-winning author Sarah MacLean reveals the identity of The Fallen Angel's final scoundrel in the spectacular conclusion to her New York Times bestselling Rules of Scoundrels series . . .



  • I really appreciated how Georgianna, who we met in the previous series, now has her own series. However, I felt that there was a bit too much indecisiveness from the main characters about their self-worth, and West's big secret wasn't as shocking as I had anticipated. On a positive note, I thoroughly enjoyed the narrator's performance.
  • Rosalyn Landor is an incredible narrator, she did an amazing job with the previous books in this series. However, in the last book, there was a change in narrators and Justine took over. To be honest, I can kind of understand the reasoning behind it because there was a big reveal about the main character's true identity. Some people had mistakenly believed the character was a man, but if you paid attention to the previous books, the signs were pretty obvious. But seriously, why did they choose Justine? Her narration was like nails on a chalkboard. I mean, her other performances weren't great, but this one was just unbearable. She really went overboard with the throaty Valley Girl, sultry, two-pack-a-day voice and it made me feel nauseous. I struggled with listening to this audiobook for days. I love the stories and characters, and how they all intertwine, but let me tell you, enduring Justine's voice was a means to an end for me. I'd rather not know the end of the story than suffer through even one more second of her voice clawing at my brain. On top of that, I'm a bit bitter because she ruined several other Jennifer Armentrout books for me too. I'll never listen to another audiobook narrated by her again.
  • Rephrased: Rephrased: Listened for Fun (the service) Overall Rating: 4.25 Story Rating: 4.00 Character Rating: 4.50 Audio Rating: 4.50 When I finished Never Judge a Lady by Her Cover by Sarah MacLean, I couldn't help but feel that it was a fantastic conclusion to this series. While Pippa/Cross remains my favorite couple in the series, I thoroughly enjoyed Chase/Duncan's story as well. It stayed true to her character and left me emotionally satisfied. This series has definitely become one of my favorites, and I'm eagerly anticipating the spin-off! Regarding the audio narration, Justine Eyre did an amazing job throughout the series. I've had a blast listening to her, and it's a bit sad to see it come to an end. Part of the Read It, Rate It, File It, Done Reviews
  • I absolutely adore this book. It's an absolute blast and it's refreshing to delve into a story that showcases the strength of a woman in a world dominated by men. The fact that she reigns supreme is just the cherry on top. Can't get enough of Justine Eyre, the narrator. She truly brings the characters to life. Trust me, this book is totally worth your time and money, or even a credit.
  • I've been loving the entire series - binged all four books in less than a week. Gotta say, both Rosalyn, who narrated the first three books, and Justine, who narrated this one, did an amazing job. I did come across some negative reviews about Justine's performance, but personally, I beg to differ. I wholeheartedly suggest giving this series a shot.
  • I was really pumped to dive into the last installment of this hilarious, excellently written, and captivating series. It's a shame that the fabulous narrator Rosalyn Landor, who totally won us over in the first three books, wasn't able to wrap up the final chapter. The plot was solid, but it was hard to ignore the grating and monotonous tone of the replacement narrator. The characters blended together too much, and I had to eventually give up on the audio and switch to the physical book instead.
  • If it wasn't for the silly reason at the end, this book would have easily earned a solid five stars from me overall. It was disappointing to see the plot take such a weak turn. However, I thoroughly enjoyed the main character's dual life and her determination to navigate a harsh world filled with snobbish aristocrats who had rejected her. I was impressed by the respect she garnered from the very same men who had shunned her. This, combined with her softer, more refined side, made for an excellent mix in this historical romance. As with all of Sara McLean's books, the passionate scenes were beautifully crafted and tastefully erotic. They added a delightful spark to the story without crossing any boundaries. The hero, who unexpectedly turns out to be a newspaper man, was a pleasant surprise. He carried himself with the grace and dignity of a nobleman, earning the respect of those around him. His moral compass was stronger than most, and his handsome looks were simply irresistible. Overall, I found this book to be highly enjoyable and entertaining. It was certainly worth the credit.