The Princess and the Ploughman


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(4.3 stars; 15 reviews)

On the surface, Mary is the typical literary heroine: Beautiful, animated, and accomplished. She will be rich, too, when she inherits her aunt's large fortune. There is only one problem: Mary is required to marry before her twenty-third birthday or her inheritance will be forfeited... and she is already violently in love with her girlfriend, Felice. (cadastra) (5 hr 7 min)

Chapters

Chapter One 6:03 Read by Julian Pratley
Chapter Two 27:11 Read by K.L. Zuehlke
Chapter Three 19:44 Read by David Granville Young
Chapter Four 22:43 Read by David Granville Young
Chapter Five 12:10 Read by Michele Eaton
Chapter Six 13:07 Read by Michele Eaton
Chapter Seven 16:17 Read by K.L. Zuehlke
Chapter Eight 22:48 Read by John
Chapter Nine 19:03 Read by K.L. Zuehlke
Chapter Ten 15:17 Read by K.L. Zuehlke
Chapter Eleven 16:38 Read by MrsLSid
Chapter Twelve 13:24 Read by John
Chapter Thirteen 22:03 Read by MrsLSid
Chapter Fourteen 21:23 Read by John
Chapter Fifteen 14:31 Read by John
Chapter Sixteen 18:56 Read by John
Chapter Seventeen 11:02 Read by John
Chapter Eighteen 15:24 Read by Julian Pratley

Reviews


(5 stars)

It was a sweet, light story. It certainly was unrealistic but that’s one of the perks of fiction - tossing reality aside sometimes and enjoying the ride!

romantic but not realistic


(4 stars)

I didn't have any problems with any of the readers although it isn't one single person.

cute story


(4 stars)

Well read, an easy listen.