The Black Moth (version 2)


Read by Terra Mendoza

(4.4 stars; 113 reviews)

Jack Carstares, oldest son of the Earl Wyncham, has been disgraced by his brother. Gone for six years, living the life a highwayman he meets the woman he will fall in love with. Saving her from being kidnapped by a dastardly blackguard he is injured and must stay with her family until he is able to return to his life...will she discovery his true identity? Will he be able to leave her when the time comes? Mystery and humor follow this intriguing cast of characters until the very end. (Summary by Terra Mendoza (10 hr 5 min)

Chapters

00 - Prologue 3:11 Read by Terra Mendoza
01 - At the Chequers Inn, Fallowfield 27:22 Read by Terra Mendoza
02 - My Lord at the White Hart 24:57 Read by Terra Mendoza
03 - Introducing the Hon. Richard Carstares 27:11 Read by Terra Mendoza
04 - Introducing the Lady Lavinia Carstares 23:29 Read by Terra Mendoza
05 - His Grace of Andover 18:06 Read by Terra Mendoza
06 - Bath: 29 Queen Square 22:20 Read by Terra Mendoza
07 - Introducing Sundry New Characters 27:58 Read by Terra Mendoza
08 - The Biter Bit 19:47 Read by Terra Mendoza
09 - Lady O'Hara Intervenes 15:45 Read by Terra Mendoza
10 - Lady O'Hara Retires 13:36 Read by Terra Mendoza
11 - My Lord Turns Rescuer and Comes Nigh Ending His Life 16:17 Read by Terra Mendoza
12 - My Lord Dictates a Letter and Receives a Visitor 21:01 Read by Terra Mendoza
13 - My Lord Makes His Bow 23:00 Read by Terra Mendoza
14 - Mistress Diana is Unmaidenly 16:37 Read by Terra Mendoza
15 - O'Hara's Mind is Made Up 28:37 Read by Terra Mendoza
16 - Mr. Bettison Proposes 18:01 Read by Terra Mendoza
17 - Lady O'Hara Wins Her Point 18:29 Read by Terra Mendoza
18 - Enter Captain Harold Lovelace 22:00 Read by Terra Mendoza
19 - The Reappearance of His Grace of Andover 32:18 Read by Terra Mendoza
20 - His Grace of Andover Takes a Hand in the Game 15:17 Read by Terra Mendoza
21 - Mrs. Fanshawe Lights a Fire and O'Hara Fans the Flame 15:31 Read by Terra Mendoza
22 - Developments 23:25 Read by Terra Mendoza
23 - Lady Lavinia Goes to the Play 23:42 Read by Terra Mendoza
24 - Richard Plays the Man 17:26 Read by Terra Mendoza
25 - His Grace of Andover Captures the Queen 21:48 Read by Terra Mendoza
26 - My Lord rides to Frustrate His Grace 16:17 Read by Terra Mendoza
27 - My Lord Enters by the Window 14:28 Read by Terra Mendoza
28 - In Which What Threatened to be Tragedy Turns to Comedy 22:27 Read by Terra Mendoza
29 - Lady O'Hara is Triumphant 9:50 Read by Terra Mendoza
30 - Epilogue 5:14 Read by Terra Mendoza

Reviews

A Romance w/a Rogue


(5 stars)

This is a superior romance, with all one would care to find in thus, sans any but the most chaste of physical contact. I completely enjoyed the volunteer's voice, and, as is my habit, will listen again, & again, & again....


(5 stars)

A thoroughly enjoyable story! The voice modulation for each character is superb

Well Read


(4 stars)

The reader has a lovely, soothing voice and well-timed pace for this story. The story itself was satisfactory. The only negative things I can comment on, and they're trifling things at best, are the reader's weak French accent and an Irish accent that sounded more Scottish. However, she has such a pleasant reading style both were easily ignored.

Great Story. Great Narration


(5 stars)

Enjoyed the story. Reader was very good except where another reviewer stated the French accent wasn't very good and Irish sounded more like Scottish. But likewise, I thought Terra did a fantastic job, overall.

a great read.


(4.5 stars)

was a great story with a quick paced plot and the narrator did an wonderful job! ( not like so many other books with long descriptions) thanks !

Thanks a lot for so much fun!


(5 stars)


(5 stars)

It is hard to believe that a 19-year-old wrote this book. The plots and subplots are excellent. Simple and complex at the same time. I thought the writer was very consistent with personality traits of each person. The reader is excellent. I enjoyed it very much and will be reading more from this author

Romance and Intrigue in Powdered Wigs


(4 stars)

This is an exciting romance with twists and turns. The characters are complex and believable. The ending is happy but not simplistic. The reading is also quite well done, but a trigger warning: there are very many mispronunciations. Online dictionaries are free and easy to use, everyone!