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A Tryst with Trouble by Alyssa Everett
He has always been a fighter to prove to everyone he does not follow in his fathers footsteps. The resolution wasn’t a nonsensical mess that will make you want to hurl your Kindle across the room, but it failed to leave me with that ‘ah, yes, of course I know, I know But Barbara wasn’t all bad.
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There was so much sexual tension, plenty of kissing, and even a few scenes which involved more than kissing but no sex. 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. She met her husband, a darkly handsome doctor with a wicked sense of humor, at Harvard University.
I really liked this couple. He has some daddy issues which I loved how Everett addressed this issue.
A Tryst with Trouble by Alyssa Everett (ebook)
There were alot of laugh out load moments that had me tryat with laughter and each moment with solid gold. Sep 13, Maggie Hesseling rated it it was amazing Shelves: Oct 04, Dhini rated it really liked it Shelves: I really liked him and I thought he was just wonderful. While Barbara and Ben start off as mere partners in trying to solve the mystery for their families, what develops is a serious physical attraction, and eventually a mutual respect and love for each other.
For the most part, he was a kind, sweet, sensible man.
The author uses the POVs of both the heroine and the hero and it’s just superb. Once I even had to glance back to remind myself whether the “I” in question was the hero or the heroine in that particular chapter. The Duke of Dark Desires. It was all a bit thin. Kissed by a Scottish Rogue. This admiration of course leads to attraction but as soon as things begin to get interesting between them, the murderer ups the ante and they have to fight for their lives and their newfound trust to each other is put to the test.
Lady Barbara is Lady Helen’s sister. Here’s a bit from Barbara’s perpective that made me laugh out loud: Review copy provided by the publisher via NetGalley. The mystery element was clunky. The more they work together though, the more complicated their relationship gets, as they begin to admire each other’s devotion to family and intelligence along with courage.
I completely adored his character. The title should frouble at least 4 characters long.
Now it appeared he was doing the same to me. I was nowhere near that idiotic. The book refers to Ben’s father, the Duke, as a sodomite.
Heart of the Diamond. Although, I suppose I have nothing rverett compare her to, never having read an historical in FP I don’t think I’ll read more of her books.
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My review at “Dear Author”: On several counts it’s an unqualified winner. Alyssa Everett grew up in Florida, where from an early age her favorite books typically had dukes in them. I’m not usually a fan of novels written in the first person, but this novel is perfect just as it is. Unlike the other two, however, th This is Alyssa Everett’s debut truoble, but because her publisher suddenly went into bankruptcy last year, the book was unavailable.