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Ben was such a great character. I really enjoyed reading this book.
A copy was provided by NetGalley in return for an honest review. With both Ben and Barbara determined to see justice prevail they join forces to unearth the motives and to uncover the real murderer. Alyssa Everett grew up in Florida, where from an early age her favorite books typically had dukes in them. I really enjoyed the story alysa the ending was lovely.
I’ll definitely be looking forward to Ms. When they ignited, it was, without a doubt, super hot. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. But, sometimes, that sense went down the drain. And once I was through with the novel, I realized it was actually a fundamental part of the plot near the end of the novel.
She can scarcely help it if his cousin is the only other suspect.
A Tryst with Trouble by Alyssa Everett
And the new cover, which is lovely!! How to write a great review Do Say what you liked best and least Describe the author’s style Explain the rating you gave Don’t Wiith rude and profane language Include any personal information Mention spoilers or the book’s price Recap the plot. Baring It All Short Story. Until his father explained to him, why he evereth to be gay, but still married his mother. For whatever combination of reasons, I just think this particular author writes far more naturally and effectively in the third person.
A Tryst with Trouble by Alyssa Everett (ebook)
This was narrated by Lizzie Owensby. On the other hand, Helen was such a little brat. And I also enjoy when romances allow us to spend time with both the hero AND heroine’s thoughts rather than focusing exclusively on one or the other. But eventually I warmed up to it and ended up really liking the characters. Its a fun read The sexual tautness between Ben and Barbara was built up so well throughout the entire story that it would have been lovely to see the fulfilment of all this escalating tension and emotion as a finale.
I like Everett a lot.
Having been aljssa over too many times for her beautiful, younger sister, Barbara has put aside any hopes of ever attracting a man.
There is also a great cast of secondary characters, some with little quirks that are algssa, yet the comedic elements are not overdone nor slapstick. But when the footman turns up dead in her sister’s house, Teddy confesses to spare Helen further scandal and now it falls to Ben and Barbara to work together to discover the truth.
They currently live with their three children and a springer spaniel in small-town Pennsylvania. A Little Bit Alywsa. Marquess of Beningbrough or just Ben has had to dodge rumors of his father’s homosexuality, creating a cold shield around himself to protect himself from the harsh words throw at him. On several counts it’s an ecerett winner. Sparks fly as the two compete to defend their loved ones.
I already have A Truble With Trouble pre-ordered at Barnes and Noble because I know this is going to be one of those books I will always be able to turn to when I can find nothing else worth reading. I liked it, though. A Tryst With Trouble is written with the same impressive competence and a feel for Regency-era language. A Tryst with Trouble is a thoroughly enjoyable Regency romp in which our two leads — Lord Benborough Ben and Lady Barbara Jeffords, by turns bicker, sleuth, and fall in love.
Buddy read with my pretty one, Dhini Loved it so much!!!! Overall, very enjoyable read. A Tryst with Trouble is finally being published!
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They are subtle and clever. Published September 23rd by Carina Press first published Now, I often like first person wuth a lot A Little Bit Sinful.
Miss Isabella Thaws a Frosty Lord. Ben puts up a great facade of ice but underneath he’s just as fiery as Barbara. A Tryst with Trouble was a historical romance novel that made me laugh, kept me interested with the storyline centered trhst a mystery murder, and dealt effectively with issues such as sexuality, insecurity, and devotion to family.
Review with read-alikes available here. This is the third Alyssa Everett book I’ve read. Still this was a small complaint to the overall fun I had with this wonderful debut!