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Lyon's Gate

Bride Series, Book 9
Written by: Catherine Coulter
Narrated by: Anne Flosnik
Length: 10 hrs and 55 mins

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Publisher's Summary

A Sherbrooke novel from the #1 New York Times bestselling author.

Jason Sherbrooke longs to breed and race his own horses, but it’s a spirited woman who will claim his heart.

©2005 Catherine Coulter (P)2005 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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"Anne Flosnik's narration is superb, as are her characterizations of major and minor British characters, which are so good they give the sense of multiple narrators." ( AudioFile)

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  • Penny Steiner
  • 04-05-18

Lyon’s Gate

Loved this book. The ending was slow. The twin story was unique and inspired to make this book. The reader was wonderful.

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  • Deb
  • 18-10-16

Lyon's Gate

I like how Catherine Coulter bring in and connects characters from previous books Into the new ones

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  • MCubed
  • 08-05-19

Nothing new, repeat of all other story lines

Sadly, this was my least favorite Coulter book. Same basic story line same basic comments same basic arguments throughout the whole story. Pretty disappointing. Additionally, quite a few out of place or oddly inappropriate conversations that I don't think people Would normally have in those particular situations. Like in mixed company with their inlaws , or grandmothers or aunts or housekeepers. Just seemed like a forced story to get the book done.

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  • Wanda S Sauerland
  • 30-09-11

Try again, Mrs. Coulte

Well, sad, sad, and more sad!
Mrs. Coulter puts a lot of steamy scenes in this book, which, if one wishes to read such, then you will have your hearts desire fulfilled. Not me. I wanted a plot, please. There was no plot. Nothing but: Revenge? Horses? Marriage? Yeah, all of this mixed up into an **idea** of a plot that was never really formulated by the (ugh, ugh) "beautiful" man. Oh, right, there are two beautiful men, twins.

This is simply a quick placement of words on paper for eager readers hoping for more of their favorite author. Or maybe this was more the fault of a pushy editor, driving the author to write, saying, "Finish, finish, finish ... ", thus we are left with a sloppy, cut and chop book. Badly done.