Audiobooks Narrated by Rachael Beresford

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  1. It Happened One Summer: A Novel Audiobook It Happened One Summer: A Novel
  2. The Viscount Who Loved Me Audiobook The Viscount Who Loved Me
  3. Manifest: The Sunday Times bestseller that will change your life Audiobook Manifest: The Sunday Times bestseller that will change your life
  4. The Dark Queens: The Bloody Rivalry that Forged the Medieval World Audiobook The Dark Queens: The Bloody Rivalry that Forged the Medieval World
  5. The Dictionary of Lost Words Audiobook The Dictionary of Lost Words
  6. The Match: From the #1 bestselling creator of the hit Netflix series Stay Close Audiobook The Match: From the #1 bestselling creator of the hit Netflix series Stay Close
  7. Arsenic and Adobo Audiobook Arsenic and Adobo
  8. The Cabinet Audiobook The Cabinet
  9. The Night Circus Audiobook The Night Circus
  10. Open Mind Audiobook Open Mind
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Author: Jill Barnett Narrator: Rachael Beresford Release Date: May 2022

After too many years on the battlefield, Merrick de Beaucourt is looking forward to a simple life of peace and quiet with a docile wife at his side. But when he finally fetches his bride-to-be from a secluded English convent, he finds he needs more than his knight's spurs to bring order to his life. When betrothed at fifteen to the legendary English knight she had never met, Lady Clio of Camrose believed that love was something magical. But her youthful hopes faded as she languished in a convent for six long years, never hearing a word from Merrick. Weary of war, Lord Merrick finds little peace guarding the wild Welsh borders, and even less with the wife whose trust he destroyed. But as Lady Clio comes to understand the dark knight she so blindly wed, she sees a chance to make her dreams come true. Amidst the enchanted mists that envelop Camrose Castle, they will battle together to discover a place where all things are possible, even a love that is rare and wonderful. Contains mature themes.

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Kingdom of Slumber: A Retelling of Sleeping Beauty Audiobook

Kingdom of Slumber: A Retelling of Sleeping Beauty

Author: Deborah Grace White Narrator: Rachael Beresford Release Date: May 2022

Unlike everyone around her, Princess Azalea has never been especially troubled by the curse placed on her at her christening. But, as her sixteenth birthday approaches, even Ben-usually her only sanctuary from her well-meaning protectors-starts to worry. Not to mention he begins acting strangely about the betrothal that's bound them since childhood. Being forced to marry her best friend has always seemed like a far bigger problem than a mere curse-until the unthinkable happens. Prince Bentleigh has been in a quandary for some time. How do you go about winning a girl who's already yours, whether she wants to be or not? Any hope of finding an answer withers the moment Azalea pricks her finger and is ripped from him. The magic powering her enchanted sleep is so strong, the whole kingdom succumbs during the hours of darkness. And nothing else matters but finding a way to wake her up. Except Azalea isn't asleep. At least, not once the sun sets. And with the rest of the kingdom in an unnatural slumber, there's no one but her to fight the deadly magic creeping into the heart of her kingdom. As the curse becomes more aggressive, Azalea and Bentleigh grow increasingly desperate-enough to risk war with the dragons, their own lives . . . even their hearts.

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Kingdom of Beauty: A Retelling of Beauty and the Beast Audiobook

Kingdom of Beauty: A Retelling of Beauty and the Beast

Author: Deborah Grace White Narrator: Rachael Beresford Release Date: April 2022

After a lifetime with a grief-stricken father and a self-absorbed brother, Felicity isn't daunted by sacrifice. But when protecting her father means falling afoul of the curse that has swallowed the Summer Castle, and Prince Justin along with it, her own safety is not all that's at stake. The prince's monstrous form is the least of her concerns-the whole castle has been trapped by his pride, and his absence from the capital is driving the kingdom to ruin. Justin was born to be a king, not a beast. Between the inhuman coldness he learned from his father, the humiliation of his cursed form, and his powerlessness against his hidden enemies back in the capital, laughter is the last thing on his mind. But even though she's a prisoner, nothing seems to dampen the intruder's maddening cheerfulness. Justin has to break his curse, and he needs someone like Felicity to do it. But as she begins to thaw the ice around his heart, he discovers her past is not what it seems. With time running out, not just for the castle's inhabitants, but for the kingdom of Albury, they will need more than the help of a dragon to break the curse and prevent disaster before it's too late.

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The Duke's Wicked Wife Audiobook

The Duke's Wicked Wife

Author: Elizabeth Bright Narrator: Rachael Beresford Release Date: February 2022

Sebastian Sinclair, the Duke of Wessex, is not in love with Eliza Benton-nor anyone else, for that matter. But he must marry and produce an heir, and love is not required for either. His future duchess must be of high birth and good nature, a lady unlikely to snipe at him over breakfast. In short, the complete opposite of Eliza. So who better to help him find a bride? Eliza Benton is not in love with the Duke of Wessex. He's infuriating, arrogant, and an ass of the first order. Not that she has any intention of marrying anyone now that her secret dream is on the cusp of becoming reality. A husband would ruin all her careful plans. But she's all for finding her nemesis the perfect bride, anything to get him from underfoot so she can focus on her writing. Thank goodness Sebastian and Eliza aren't in love. That would be disastrous. Contains mature themes.

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The Most Eligible Bride in London Audiobook

The Most Eligible Bride in London

Author: Ella Quinn Narrator: Rachael Beresford Release Date: February 2022

Love conquers even the most unlikely lord in USA Today bestselling author Ella Quinn's delightful Lords of London series, as a reformed rogue endeavors to prove himself worthy of his chosen bride . . . Mistakes happen, to be sure. Rarely are those mistakes as unfortunate as the one made by Nathanael, Viscount Fotherby, when he abducted the now Lady Merton to save his friend from marriage. Nate has been trying to make amends ever since, leaving behind his self-centered ways to fulfill his duties-and that includes finding a wife of his own. One woman sparks his interest-a lady he helped when she was rescuing a child. Alas, there is a devilish complication . . . Miss Henrietta Stern, Lady Merton's younger sister, is intrigued by the stranger who comes to her aid-until she learns his identity. Nate's stunt could have ruined her sister's reputation, and her family may never forgive him. With beauty, connections, and a sizeable dowry, Henrietta has plenty of admirers. Yet no other suitor quickens her pulse quite like Nate does. Her heart insists that the gentleman has changed for the better. But can a renowned scoundrel possibly prove himself to be the perfect husband? Contains mature themes.

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The Girl Who Brought Mischief Audiobook

The Girl Who Brought Mischief

Author: Katrina Nannestad Narrator: Rachael Beresford Release Date: January 2022

In the tradition of ANNE OF GREEN GABLES and HEIDI comes a heart-warming novel set in Denmark in 1911 about love, family, grief and joy. The award-winning novel from the author of OLIVE OF GROVES When Inge Maria arrives on the tiny island of Bornholm in Denmark to live with her grandmother, she's not sure what to expect. Her grandmother is stern, the people on the island are strange, and children are not allowed to run wild or express themselves the way they did back in Copenhagen -- especially if you are a girl. Inge Maria tries not to feel sorry for herself, but she misses her mama. And on top of everything else, mischief seems to have a way of finding her no matter how hard she tries to be good ... But could it be that a bit of mischief is exactly what Grandmother and the people of Bornholm need? Ages 8-12 PRAISE and AWARDS 'Readers can only hope for more of [Inge Maria Jensen's] happy mischief and genuine heart.' -- Publishers Weekly STARRED review 'This heartwarming and richly engaging tale explores grief and the sustaining support of humor with an abundance of love.' -- Kirkus STARRED review 'A truly touching story.' -- School Library Journal Winner of the 2014 NSW Premier's Literary Award for Children's Literature A Children's Book Council of Australia (CBCA) Notable Book

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Wicked with the Scoundrel Audiobook

Wicked with the Scoundrel

Author: Elizabeth Bright Narrator: Rachael Beresford Release Date: January 2022

After ten years of adventure, Colin Smith, the bastard son of a viscount, returns to the place he most despises-London. But only until he can sell off some of his treasures. He has no use for the stifling rules of the ton, but he's more than happy to play the game if it gets him what he wants. Lady Claire, daughter of a marquess, is everything Colin loathes about the ton, but she is determined to win him over. Her life is a catalogue of dances and evening gowns, and thanks to an eidetic memory, she can remember every blasted, boring second of it. A treasure hunt for the Cleopatra Emerald promises adventure, but Claire wants more. If she can convince Colin Smith to take her with him as he travels the world, then she'll have the life she's always dreamed of. There's just one problem, he doesn't seem to like her much. But Lady Claire loves a good challenge and the intellectual beauty may be on her way to the grandest adventure of all. Contains mature themes.

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Deceiving an Earl Audiobook

Deceiving an Earl

Author: Sharon Cullen Narrator: Rachael Beresford Release Date: December 2021

Oliver McCaron, Earl of Armbruster, is an influential, self-made man who lives life by his own rules. Though he's never lacking for female attention, there's only one woman he wants. And she's the one woman who won't have him . . . again. Widowed Lady Fieldhurst has spent the last seventeen years avoiding Oliver, after one glorious night together. Her parents had already planned out her life-she was never to become Oliver's wife, despite their plans to run away. To protect her secret, she had to follow their wishes and marry the elderly earl they had chosen. Now Ellen's world is threatened by a blackmailer who could expose everything. She'll have to face the only man she's ever loved and ask for help. Because if the truth comes to light, it could ruin more than one life . . . Contains mature themes.

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Lady Gone Wicked Audiobook

Lady Gone Wicked

Author: Elizabeth Bright Narrator: Rachael Beresford Release Date: December 2021

Nicholas Eastwood is finally about to get everything he ever wanted. As a reward for his service to the Crown, he has been offered the title of marquess. All he has to do is stay scandal-free until the papers are signed. There's just one problem: his ex-lover, presumed dead, is remarkably alive. Adelaide Bursnell is determined to right her wrongs. She will be a dutiful daughter and loving sister. Most importantly, she must marry before her scandal catches up to her. Nicholas was once her ruin, but now he is determined to be her salvation. If he can find her a suitable husband, their shared past can stay buried. But old temptations prove impossible to resist, and scandal can never stay secret for long . . . Contains mature themes.

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Twice as Wicked Audiobook

Twice as Wicked

Author: Elizabeth Bright Narrator: Rachael Beresford Release Date: November 2021

Miss Alice Bursnell is determined to wreak revenge on Nathaniel Eastwood, Viscount Abingdon, for the seduction, ruin, and death of her beloved twin sister. But how to expose a seducer without falling prey herself? As she gets closer to Nathaniel, she finds she is in serious danger of following in her sister's much-too-tempted footsteps. The man is nothing like the heartless rake she expected . . . and his kisses are truly divine. Could she be wrong about him? When a mysterious and gorgeous woman confronts Nathaniel at a fancy ball, he suspects she has murder on her mind-his own. But the more he tries to determine who the deceptively innocent beauty is-and what she's up to-the deeper he falls under her alluring spell. Nathaniel fears he's in imminent danger of losing his life . . . or worse, his heart. Contains mature themes.

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Girl A Audiobook

Girl A

Author: Dan Scottow Narrator: Rachael Beresford Release Date: November 2021

All Beth has ever wanted is a quiet life for her and her family. And that is what she has, until one evening a note is pushed through the door, with two words scrawled in menacing black ink: Found you. As Beth's neatly crafted life begins to unravel, an unseen menace torments her and those she loves. But who's behind the threats? Somebody is out to get Beth, but do they have the right woman? Beth faces losing everything, and there is far more at stake than just her marriage . . .

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The Art of Self-Improvement: Ten Timeless Truths Audiobook

The Art of Self-Improvement: Ten Timeless Truths

Author: Anna Katharina Schaffner Narrator: Rachael Beresford Release Date: September 2021

A brilliant distillation of the key ideas behind successful self-improvement practices throughout history, showing us how they remain relevant today Self-help today is a multi-billion-dollar global industry, one often seen as a by-product of neoliberalism and capitalism. Far from being a recent phenomenon, however, the practice of self-improvement has a long and rich history, extending all the way back to ancient China. For millennia, philosophers, sages, and theologians have reflected on the good life and devised strategies on how to achieve it. Focusing on ten core ideas of self-improvement that run through the world's advice literature, Anna Katharina Schaffner reveals the ways they have evolved across cultures and historical eras, and why they continue to resonate with us today. Reminding us that there is much to learn from looking at time-honed models, Schaffner also examines the ways that self-improvement practices provide powerful barometers of the values, anxieties, and aspirations that preoccupy us at particular moments in time and expose basic assumptions about our purpose and nature.

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