The Wife Trap : Trap Trilogy

  • by Tracy Anne Warren
  • Narrated by Bianca Amato
  • Series: Trap Trilogy
  • 12 hrs and 30 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

New York Times best-selling author Tracy Anne Warren is among the world’s most popular Regency romance novelists. She sweeps listeners to the Irish countryside for this saucy tale of deception. When Lady Jeannette Brantford is banished from her family’s estate in England, she encounters the dashing Darragh O’Brien. Too bad the common architect is well below her station.


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I really enjoyed book 1 and could not put it down. I also really liked book 3. So I thought this one would be right up my alley. Not so much, I hated the main character, she was selfish and self absorbed and I found it hard to believe that anyone would find the character attractive. After Jeannette's horrible behavior in book 1, the author was going to have a hard time redeeming her. Tracy Anne Warren tried but I think she came up short. Still, the book is well written and entertaining at times. I'm not saying pass, especially since the other books in the series are so good, but don't start with this one and don't let this one put you off book 3.
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- Sharon "Love Sci-Fi, Fantasy and Romance books."

Ladies, Prepare to fall in love with and Earl!

Warning: You will not be able to put this book down. I found myself listening to it much too late into the night. I know some of the other reviewers were disappointed by this book, but I can honestly say I wasn't. If you started with book 1, you're going to be surprised to see that Lady Jeannette does, in fact, have a heart. I thought the author did a good job of explaining her behavior in the previous novel. But, the person you're really rooting for in this book is Darragh O’Brien. He has just the right mix of bad boy attitude and good guy behavior. I also like that this book doesn't end with the oft-employed "they got married and lived happily ever after" ending. Instead, she chose to show some of the problems they had after the marriage.

Like any good historical romance novel, Tracy Ann Warren's writing style brought you back in time without beating you over the head with mundane, useless descriptions of attire and buildings. Instead, she gives you just enough to be able to envision the world she describes. And Bianca Amato continues to do an excellent job as narrator.
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- Queen Squared "Queen Squared"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-15-2011
  • Publisher: Recorded Books