A Tryst With Trouble [Alyssa Everett] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Dogged for years by painful gossip about his father’s homosexuality. A Tryst with Trouble by Alyssa Everett – book cover, description, publication history. Read “A Tryst with Trouble” by Alyssa Everett with Rakuten Kobo. London, Lady Barbara Jeffords is certain her little sister didn’t murder the footman.
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Gathering that it wasn’t an “inspirational” book, I did look it up on Goodreads first to see what was being said about it.
Oct 07, Mummy Cat Claire rated it really liked it Shelves: All in all I enjoyed this well written fun romantic comedy!
The story is really quite good and kept my interest.
I would have liked to have seen more of Barbara’s mother and learned more of their relationship. As the story progresses, Ben comes to understand and appreciate both of his parents, but it would be a spoiler to explain how that happens.
At first I thought I’d be annoyed by the alternating points of view, but I ended up enjoying it. Sweet romance and thrilling mystery, secrets and scandals.
I really do like this writer’s dialogue and prose and, while this particular H and h weren’t special favorites of mine, I think she’s got a real flair for characterization. Ratings and Reviews 0 0 star ratings 0 reviews.
It just happened not to work for me, but objectively I think it’s a solid read that could work quite well for others. The book refers to Ben’s father, the Duke, as a sodomite.
Sparks fly as the two compete to defend their loved ones. In a way, it reminded me of Julia Quinn’s books, with the easy camaraderie between the protagonists, their witty banter, the feisty but wallflower heroine and the likable hero. You submitted the following rating and review. Have to wit about that one and get back to it, because honestly, I can’t think of one thing I didn’t like.
The romance was good.
Aug 17, willaful rated it really liked it Shelves: The story was told from the f This was a light and fun historical romance. View all 11 comments.
This is Alyssa Everett’s debut novel, but because her publisher suddenly went into bankruptcy last year, the book was unavailable. Having a story written from the first person point of view of both the hero and heroine isn’t something I see a lot of, but whenever I do see it, I love it.
Okay, as I said, A Tryst With Trouble is a simply delightful story filled with enough twists and turns to keep it light and highly entertaining. Well, anyway, on a regular basis I find myself searching high and low for my next captivating read As their investigation continues, the couple becomes more trustful of one another and more tempted by mutual lust.
How fortunate the ball hit your head instead of some part of your body you actually use. Even the suspense was decent enough.
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. She lives with Helen, her sister.
A Tryst With Trouble was nearly perfect and had me bursting out with laughter at times.
Built like a brick outhouse, a veritable Adonis, but essentially upright, uptight and efficient. This is definitely one I will be picking up to re-read, and I’ll be looking forward to more entertaining releases from this bright new author! Now, I often like first person quite a lot An Invitation to Scandal. While there is a lot of humour in the book, there is a deeper emotional element beneath the surface banter and farcical running around.