Wednesday, February 9, 2022

Blog Tour: Review & Audio-Excerpt from Taming the Lady by Daisy Landish


: Daisy Landish
Narrator: Harry Frost
Length: 1 hour 5 minutes
Publisher: Daisy Landish2021
Genre: Historical Romance
Series: The Lady Series, Book 1
Release date: Sep. 29, 2021

Josephina flaunts society's rules to drive carriages in the park and join the men in a spirited hunt. She refuses to marry and wears her old maid label with gusto.

The Earl of Sunningdale reluctantly fought a duel to defend his sister's honour and had to leave the country for some years. When his father died, he inherited the title and returned home. 

Fated to meet, their relationship is doomed to failure. Bathed in a scandal, thwarted by well-meaning mothers, and engrossed with their siblings' antics, Frederick and Josephina are sure to win you over in this engaging Regency Romance.

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My thoughts:

Taming the Lady is a very short and sweet story about two people who are considered scandalous by society.  Josephina has been content to be on the shelf.  When she meets Frederick, she realizes maybe marriage might not be so bad.  It thought this was a really cute romance. I loved how the couple's family members helped move the romance along.  It's only flaw is the length.  I wish it was a full length book because I wanted to take my time watching this coupe fall in love. 

 I do recommend the audio.  The narrator was engaging and made the short runtime really fly by. This is a great first story in this series and one I do recommend checking out.

About the Author: Daisy Landish

When she’s not writing romance books, Daisy Landish enjoys hiking at dawn and riding into the sunset on her trusted steed, Rosebud.

About the Narrator: Harry Frost

Harry Frost is an English voice actor specialising in audiobook narration and production. He’s passionate about the power of the audio medium to bring literature to life in every sense; to turn books into true companions for life as it is lived, rather than things one must escape the world and defer responsibility to read. His studio is in rural Leicestershire, he has recently found an unlikely love of Economics, and he mixes a really good Manhattan.

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