I love losing myself in books of any kind
I think I would make the heorine have just a little more back bone. This woman was willing to pretend to be someone else for the rest of her life? I don't think so really.... have some pride woman.
I did enjoy the book. I do love a good wholesome romance with a true story line and not just about sex. This book however needed a good slap in the face by the heorine to her sister for being such a brat.
Each charater had a separate voice and personality.... Well done!
Nah...much too sappy, much better to read and use the imagination. But if you throw in a good sister to sister knock down drag out fight. I would consider it.
Say something about yourself!
The romance was believable. She clearly defined the character's personalities. Yes, the heroine made several uber predictable mistakes, but HELLO this is a historical romance. You're not getting Shakespeare. If you like historical romance with good sex scenes you will like this book. It is NOT like a Georgette Hyer book. Yes, the cover looks all sweet, but she goes into some decently descriptive scenes. Personally, I like my romances hot and my heroes dashing. This book fulfills.
I would compare a lot of the romance scenes to Lisa Kleypass.
She did a nice job with the voices. I like a reader to be non-distracting. She doesn't have to act out the whole book.
The title fits. If you've seen the parent trap etc..you get the jest of the book.
Favorite books are Elizabeth Peter's Amelia Peabody series. I also like supernatural novels such as Laurel K. Hamilton, Patricia Briggs and Charlaine Harris. I love mysteries as well as mysteries/romance for example J.D Robb's In Death series. I will read a good contemporary or historical romance novel as well. I guess what I'm saying is I love anybook that is good enough to provide me with a well-deserved escape and entertainment.
I thought the book was extremely cliche. It became boring because you knew how the book would end.
I've never listened to any books narrated by Tracy Anne Warren and I don't think I want to repeat the experience. Her voice was very monotone. She used the same voice for all the males and the same voice for all the females. It really wasn't convincing at all.
flat, unimaginative and boring.
Some twists and turns would have set it apart and made it not so predictable. Maybe some mystery and some humor... anything to set it apart! I had a hard time getting through it.
An avid listener of audio books.
Great series. I don't usually listen to this type of book but I really enjoyed the whole series and will definitely be looking for similar books. I loved the characters and the story is great. This series also reminded me of the Julie Garwood books I had read years ago. The narrator did a terrific job.
The whole story!
Violet, who wasn't the first choice but the most lovable character in the book. Violet turns out to be the most valuable of the twins.
breynolds in LA
I wondered if I would enjoy this book after reading several of the reviews, but I most definitely did. Typical of Regency-type novels, it followed a certain pattern but had certain elements that made it very unique and interesting.
This one delivered not only the hot romance I wanted to lose myself in, it was an amusing story that kept me totally engaged.
Most romances are predictable but even if you know where you are going the trip can be quite enjoyable and this was. I really liked the characters, the story and the narrator. This was my first book by this author but probably not my last.
Dragged on, this book reminds me of a soap opera. I only purchased this book because it was compared to Lisa Kleypas and Julie Garwood; what a disappointment.