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Publisher's Summary

In this glittering Regency romance from acclaimed author Tracy Anne Warren, wallflower Eliza Hammond has suddenly become a wealthy heiress. Now, every eligible bachelor is interested in marrying her. Hoping to instruct Eliza in the social graces needed to attract the best suitors, her best friend Violet enlists the help of her brother-in-law, Lord Christopher "Kit"Winter. Just one problem. Eliza has always secretly pined for Kit.
©2006 Tracy Anne Warren; (P)2009 Recorded Books, LLC

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No So Much

This installment was not as good as the others. I had a good news story, some good passion, and the predictable ending – like I buy these books for other reasons. I found that Eliza’s reticence annoying – after a while. I understood it earlier in the book but then things go along well and wham, she is back in her quivering bubble. I found myself fast forwarding through cajoling her out of the ‘attack’ of crippling shyness, then the next scene she is no so shy at all. I felt sorry for the losing suitor – there had to be one, and I really enjoyed the narrator, Bianca Amato. She did a superb job.

Not a bad listen all in all but I liked the other ones much better.

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funny story

What did you love best about The Wedding Trap?

There were no dull moments

Who was your favorite character and why?

Kit was funny character to see change as the story progressed

Which scene was your favorite?

The fighting scean at gentlemen Jackson between kit and one of elizas suitors

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Steamy romance.

Would you try another book from Tracy Anne Warren and/or Bianca Amato?

Yes, this was actually the 2nd one I listened to.

What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)

I was happy with the way it ended.

Was The Wedding Trap worth the listening time?

Sure

Any additional comments?

This author doesn't hold back in the sex scenes. If you like a more clean read, I wouldn't listen to this one, the sex scenes are definitely explicit. Just a warning for those who prefer a more wholesome romance...

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  • Valerie
  • Salt Lake City, UT, United States
  • 02-05-13

It's too slow...

While the series continues with the interesting regency romance, it takes WAY to long to get the point. Not sure it is worth the credit. But the narrator is fair.

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Colorful and Expective Read

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No spoilers in this review :)<br/><br/>The narrator did a marvelous job! Her accent and emotions are wonderful to listen to. She had fairly distinguishable male and female character voices where you could identify who was speaking before the author has written who was speaking.The description and colorful language was great. I could picture everything in my mind as the narrator went through it. The story was typical, I was annoyed with some of the physical and emotional manipulations and confusion that the hero and heroine put themselves into. I kept saying, "Well, what outcome did you EXPECT would happen if you ____?" I was also interested in waiting to see if they would figure out how their ministrations and relationship would effect others around them.<br/><br/>She has loved him forever, he didn't even notice her until she blossomed (conformed to the mind set of dressing more maturely). Can she seduce him (physically) into loving her and making a marriage worthy relationship? We shall see...

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Same oh same oh

I've heard so many historic love story they are begging to sound the same. Girl is virgin wallflower or bookworm in love with the bad boy who do not wish to marry, and somehow they are finally thrown together and he finally notices her fall in love and live happily ever after. It's well worth the credit if you like happy ending and a well played out story that sound much like the other ones (smile)

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Sweet and Passionate

Would you consider the audio edition of The Wedding Trap to be better than the print version?

I love to read and have switched to Audio because I can do other things while I listen. Sorry the written word is always better

Who was your favorite character and why?

Lord Christopher, is was just so younger brother annoying

Which character – as performed by Bianca Amato – was your favorite?

Eliza. I loved how Bianca performed her. I did find Eliza annoying in the end

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Their wedding night....

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  • Elana
  • NASHVILLE, TN, United States
  • 09-03-12

an 1800s english romance novel

i was pleasantly surprised by this series. i generally dont seek out romance novels but the characters are endearing and the romance is fun.

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  • Susan
  • BLOUNTS CREEK, NC, United States
  • 03-25-12

Just so so

The plot was predictable and pleasant enough which is what I want when I download a historical romance. I just didn't find myself wrapped up in it. The narrator did a good job of communicating the shyness and inner turmoil that accompanies those sections.

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