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While the Duke Was Sleeping: The Rogue Files Audio Download – Unabridged

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  • Listening Length: 7 hours and 54 minutes
  • Program Type: Audiobook
  • Version: Unabridged
  • Publisher: HarperAudio
  • Audible.co.uk Release Date: 25 Oct. 2016
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01KYGI20E
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While you were sleeping is one of my favourite films, so I was interested to see how Sophie Jordan would handle this version. Before long I was so caught up in this book that comparisons faded away. I enjoyed Poppy and Struan's story and the extra dimensions the author added to their characters.
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By Detra Fitch TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 7 Dec. 2016
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Poppy Fairchurch fantasizes about the handsome Duke of Autenberry. Yet she knows that it could never happen. After all, she is but a plain shop girl. As the duke is exchanging blows with a large Scot, Poppy spies a carriage bearing down on him and leaps into action. Poppy manages to push the young duke to safety, but he lapses into a coma. Poppy is mistaken for his fiancée. She planned to tell his family the truth, but the duke’s best friend, Lord Strickland, convinces her to continue the ruse until the duke is well – for the family’s sake. As the family embraces Poppy and her fifteen-year-old sister, Bryony, into the fold, she feels even more guilty. But one family member is not fooled. The infuriating Scot.

Struan Mackenzie is the illegitimate and abandoned son of the late duke. He may have been born in poverty, but he now has more money than his half-brother would ever acquire. Struan knows that he will forever be an outsider among the ton, just as he knows the annoying Poppy to e a fraud. His haughty step-brother would never court a lowly shop girl, much less propose to one. Struan finds Poppy to be a liar and tightly wound; however, he soon also finds her to be charming, loyal, and far too tempting.

**** FOUR STARS! Sophie Jordan has long been one of readers’ favorite authors for Historical Romance stories. This novel clearly shows why. All characters are well developed, including secondary ones. The writing style is easy to read and the plot is not only realistic, but humorous at times. The heroine, Poppy, is kind-hearted. She enjoys daydreaming about the duke, but never really fools herself into believing her fantasies could ever happen. As always, I look forward to Jordan’s next romantic tale. ****

Reviewed by Detra Fitch of Huntress Reviews.
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I cannot understand people giving this turgidly written book more than one star. If possible I would have awarded it none. In my humble opinion the plot is so unbelievable it is almost laughable. And the colloquial words in the mouths of 18th century characters made my eyes roll. Ages ago I saw a ridiculous film of a woman in a subway booth handing out tokens, who saved a man from falling on to the line. He was in a coma and his family thought they were engaged. Then she fell for his brother. Sophie definitely saw the same film. The plot was terrible in that film and ditto in this book. I like this author and feel very let down, oh yes, I have returned the book.
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