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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.
©2006 Tracy Anne Warren (P)2010 Recorded Books, LLC
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5 out of 5 stars
By Susynne on 03-30-13

a wife trapped

What did you like about this audiobook?

This was an enjoyable listen. As in The Husband Trap and The Wedding Trap T.A.W. delivered. This was the second of the trilogy but I listened to this one last... I wish I had listened in order but it was ok out of order too. I felt it ended rather quickly with just a "the end" and left me wanting more, at least an epilogue... I guess that bodes well for book in a whole... wanting more is a good thing. Especially if it hadn't been out of order!

How has the book increased your interest in the subject matter?

I stumbled into Regency Era London romances by accident and was immediately addicted. I enjoy the whole feel of it. I suppose the whole class system of existence should be offensive but that attitude still exists we just use different words. And what gal doesn't want to imagine the world full of fancy balls and extravagance anyway?

Does the author present information in a way that is interesting and insightful, and if so, how does he achieve this?

I found the dashing Darragh to be one of her best characters yet altho in retrospect I think the leading man in each book to be more charismatic then the females. Somehow the men just stand out to me.

What did you find wrong about the narrator's performance?

Bianca Amato did a fabulous job with the narration, as usual. Not only are her individual male vs female voices clear and distinct but her cadence and emotional expressions are flawless as well. But what really strikes me is how 'comfortable' she is to listen to, something in the tone or timbre of her voice is very appealing.

Do you have any additional comments?

In my opinion its worth the credit providing you too enjoy the 19th century London romances...

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8 of 8 people found this review helpful

3 out of 5 stars
By Sharon on 05-01-12


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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