Category Archive: Langton, James

Romance Audiobook Reviews of narrator James Langton

Daniel’s True Desire by Grace Burrowes

Narrated by James Langton Daniel’s True Desire is the second book in Grace Burrowes’ True Gentlemen series, although the series title is perhaps a bit of a misnomer as the books are in fact linked by virtue of the fact that the heroines are the sisters of Nicholas Haddonfield, Earl of Bellefonte.  Regardless of that, …

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Matthew by Grace Burrowes

Narrated by James Langton I am a fan of Grace Burrowes’ historical romances and always enjoy a visit to “Burrowesworld” the corner of the South of England that she has peopled with her various, numerous and inter-related characters and series. I admit though, that she’s published so many books now, that I sometimes have to …

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Lady Maggie’s Secret Scandal by Grace Burrowes

Narrated by James Langton Lady Maggie’s Secret Scandal is the fifth full-length novel in Grace Burrowes’ series about the eight Windham siblings; the three sons and five daughters of the Duke and Duchess of Moreland. Like Devlin St. Just (The Soldier), Magdalen – Maggie – Windham is illegitimate, fathered by the duke before his marriage, …

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The Soldier by Grace Burrowes

Narrated by James Langton The Soldier is the second book in Grace Burrowes’ eight-book series about the sons and daughters of the Duke and Duchess of Windham and, as with the first book (The Heir), it features a number of recurring characters and family members. That said, the story works well as a standalone; anyone …

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The Heir by Grace Burrowes

Narrated by James Langton As a big fan of Grace Burrowes’ historical romances, I was doing the happy dance of joy when I saw that at long last, more of her novels were going to be made available as audiobooks. My dance was even happier when I saw that Tantor had retained the services of …

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The Professor by Charlotte Brontë

Narrated by James Langton Before I got into romance reading and listening in a big way, my usual literary diet consisted principally of historical fiction and classics, mostly from the 19th century. I don’t listen to so many of the latter these days, but when I realised that 21st April 2016 was the 200th anniversary …

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The Bronze Horseman by Paullina Simons

Narrated by James Langton At more than 30 hours long, The Bronze Horseman is a big audio commitment. It’s not quite Outlander level but it’s getting there. Fortunately, what both books have in common is an excellent narrator (though, not the same narrator) and that makes the time pass so much more easily. I’m not …

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