First of all, thank you to AAR's Speaking of Audiobooks column and Tantor Media for the free copy of the audiobook.
I was interested in this book because of the peculiarity of Lord Ian's madness and how that would hinder or help him find love. The story is a romp around the continent from Paris to Scotland, with England in between, following Lord Ian and his well intentioned brothers. I found the characters believable and interesting. Lord Ian's madness seemed like a perfect amount of quirks to add to his character without making him a caricature of mental illness. The romance was hot and had plenty of tension.
As far as the audiobook portion, Angela Dawe did a great job. There were several different accents, many Scottish males, some English and even an Irish lass in there too that added to the difficulty of narrating this book. She must have an ear for languages because she seemed to pull them all off with ease.