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The Courtship (Sherbrooke, Bk 5) (Audio CD) (Abridged)
The Courtship - Sherbrooke, Bk 5 - Audio CD - Abridged Author:Catherine Coulter, Anne Flosnik (Narrator) Dear Reader: — You met Heatherington in The Sherbrooke Bride and Helen Mayberry in Mad Jack. Now the two get together to track down a mystical treasure that Helen calls King Edward's Lamp. — Helen is a big girl - only two inches shorter than Heatherington - a resolute taskmistress, owner of her own inn. She adores her father, Lord Prith, and w... more »ants to find the lamp more than anything. It is her only passion - until she meets Heatherington.
Spenser Heatherington, Lord Beecham, enjoys Helen's pursuit of him. He is a renowned womanizer, a resolute bachelor, and really enjoys his life. When she throws him to the ground and sits on him, and he finally admits that he will succumb to her, she informs him, to his chagrin, that she doesn't want a lover, she wants a partner.
But things work out a bit differently than either of them expect. Indeed, Heatherington, unused to being thwarted, takes drastic steps to change his "big girl's" mind.
Do they find Helen's lamp? Is there more to this treasure than either of them knows? Listen and find out . . .
I hope you enjoy visiting the Sherbrookes when they stick their oars into the treasure hunt.
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Read by Anne Flosnik. 5 sound discs (ca. 6 hr.)« less
My absolute favorite one out of the series. I'm glad I read this one last because if I didn't, I would have hated the other ones in the series. I loved that Helen wasn't experienced and we didn't get the usual spousal rape scene in all the other books of the series. This one was a lot of fun and much more light-hearted. There is some light bondage. Spenser and Helen are a great couple. There are some cameos from the other characters of previous books so I would recommend you read them first.