A wonderful adventure!!
The whole book was memorable. Ms. Warren did a nice job giving just enough details to put you in the time period.
I love all Ms. Amato's narrations and she was the reason I purchased this audio book in the first place. Wonderful selection!
The ending...but I can't tell.
Give it a try, it is fun and light.
I am a child of the 50's, love kids, animals, plants. I adopted a Sulphur mustang mare (desendant of the warhorses of the Conquistadors).
The plot seemed so predictable - perhaps more character development would have helped...
With such a predictable plot the author should have tossed the reader a bone by having more character development, and/or more historical background. If this book were a painting the main characters would have been stick people...
The narrator didn't have a lot of range as far as making the voices of the different characters distinguishable, but I don't know if it's possible for the narrator to have changed that. Not every narrator has the talents of Davina Porter or Marguerite Gavin...
With the predictable plot, and weak character development each character was needed...
This was a passable book, especially if you like soft, text-type porn...
Graduated college, got a job, got married, traveled, had children. Breathing air and growing hair.
The narration was very slow. The story pace was slow and the characters were not my favorite. It was not an enjoyable book for me. I increased the playback speed and doggedly finished this listen. I will not continue this trilogy. The idea was excellent but I think the narrator might've ruined it for me. Next.
It had a good premise but the heroine is such a push over it becomes annoying. She is so insecure and lets her sister walk all over her even though she knows she is being deceived. It was worth one read...maybe if it was free or less than $5. Not worh a credit though.
Just a book fool.
BAH this is a wonderful story but SO FRUSTRATING! I didn't know if I was going to make it there for a while. The narrator was fantastic, the characters are so charming, and the setting is perfect.
I highly recommend The Husband Trap to fans of romance, comedy, and 19th century British lit.
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I wouldn't tell a person NOT to buy this audiobook. In truth I did find it quite satisfactory. It was an easy audiobook to listen to, having romance, no real antagonist and presenting an uncomplicated plot with basically 'good' characters whose only conflicts are the ones they create themselves. I listened to this book while doing chores around the house and I found it to be good company as I worked.
The author bases her story around twins who are identical in appearance but complete opposites otherwise. A turn of events puts the wrong sister in the right place...and so the story unfolds, progressing as one might suspect with little to no surprises.
I loved this book and the narrator truly brought this book to life. Being married to an identical twin I can see how this could very easily happen and how Violet is so much weaker than Jeannette. The other two books in this series are just as good. I love them all.
I read book two in the series first and absolutely loved it. Yes T A Warren did drag the story in parts and repeats sentiments and feeling but overall I enjoyed the book. I then purchased book 3 and liked that one as well. Since this book appeared on sale for 4.99, I decided to give it a shot. Nothing much happened the first almost half of the story and as I was about to give up on the book, it finally became interesting. At the end, the only 5 stars I would give this book will have to go to Bianca Amato. Her performance was WONDERFUL.
Very entertaining book
How hurt Adrian felt when he thought Violet was seeing someone else
She was able to make you feel their emotions and as if there's a movie playing out in your head
Good start to the series!
This was waaaay better than I thought it was going to be. I could not stop listening.
Adrian, the Duke. She captured a British peer's subtle humor and sometimes obtuse mannerisms in her portrayal.
The duke and his mama. Sounds like fun and I'm dying to see what this guy would look like in person. His description is fab. The twins-- not so much.
The writing is very good and draws the listener into the plot. It's written in a very tight style where the action takes place in but a few places, not overly weighed down with descriptions of clothing and residences and other characters. The focus is really on the perspectives of the main characters and I loved how you were inside of their heads; listening to their thoughts, fears and concerns. Well done. I gave it five stars because it was truly enjoyable.