Reader Review: "The wedding trap" is the last of the "Trap" trilogy of Tracy Anne Warren. It is the typical story of the ugly duckling transforming into a swan. Eliza is a shy, homely and bookish wall flower who inherits a fortune from her skinflint aunt. After several unsuccessful seasons, she is determined to wed and fulfill her desire to have children . She gets coached by Kit, the brother in law of her best friend and old infatuation. Kit is tutoring her on fashion, conversation and art of love. During their lessons Kit falls for Eliza and vice versa. The Wedding Trap is sexy and romantic. Kit is handsome and devastatingly charming and Eliza is a sweetheart.
From ugly duckling to beautiful swan
Eliza Hammond has always been quiet and reserved–hardly the best qualities for finding the man of her dreams and living happily ever after. A new heiress, Eliza is financially secure, courtesy of her aunt’s fortune, but even great wealth has its drawbacks since every greedy, fortune-hunting bachelor suddenly finds Eliza irresistible.
To help her best friend, Violet takes Eliza’s romantic dilemma into her own hands, enlisting the social skills of her brother-in-law, Lord Christopher “Kit” Winter. Kit helps transform Eliza into a stunning belle, certain to attract a worthy beau. There’s just one problem: Eliza has always been head over heels in love with Kit, the very man who is trying to find her a husband! But during Eliza’s sometimes-comic extreme makeover, and with a few secret love lessons from Kit on the side, sparks–and passionate kisses–begin to fly. Kit soon finds himself completely overcome by an all-consuming desire for Eliza. But if he fails to realize his true love for her, he may lose this fair lady forever.
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|Title of eBook: The Wedding Trap||Series: The Trap Trilogy, , #3|
|Release Date: 05-30-2006|
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|Publisher: Random House Publishing Group||Store Sales Rank: 4208|
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The Wedding Trap
London, February 1820
This business of acquiring a husband is going to be far from pleasant, Eliza Hammond decided from her place on the saffron-and-white-striped sofa in the upstairs family drawing room of Raeburn House.
Considering this would be her fifth Season—a lowering realization indeed—she knew she would need all the assistance she could get, despite the immense fortune her late aunt had quite unexpectedly left to her only six weeks ago. At least she knew she would be able to count on the steadfast support of her dear friend, Violet Brantford Winter, Duchess of Raeburn. Perhaps with Violet’s assistance, the process would not be as dreadful as she feared. Then again, thinking of the assorted ne’er-do-wells and fortune hunters already vying for her hand, perhaps it would.
“There is Mr. Newcomb,” Violet stated as she reviewed the current selection of Eliza’s prospective suitors. “He seems a very pleasant sort of gentleman with a genuine interest in the arts.”
“Yes, he was most attentive when we happened upon each other at the gallery the other day,” Eliza agreed, recalling the man’s even features and straight auburn hair, a shade that had put her in mind of a glossy-coated Irish setter. “He demonstrated a definite command of the great masters. Perhaps he has an interest in historical subjects as well.”
“What he has is an interest in card playing, followed a close second by a love of the dice,” interrupted a deep, smooth male voice that never failed to send a pleasurable tingle down Eliza’s spine no matter how f
Title: The Wedding Trap
Average Customer Review:
Number of Comments: 6 Rating(s) 6 Review(s)
2 of 4 people found the following eBook Review Helpful
February 27, 2010
Reviewer: A reader from Brooklyn, MS US
I don't know what it is about this book, but it bores me to death. I loved the first two, The Husband Trap and the The Wife Trap, so I was looking forward to this one. There is nothing that keeps me interested in Eliza and although I liked Kit in the previous books, he does nothing to generate interest in me now. I think that I find them both insipid people and I don't recommend this book at all.
The wedding trap
August 10, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from BARRANCO - LIMA, NA PE
For me this is the best of the trilogy, you will love the story, you will wish to be the heroine, if you love the happy endings this is your story, you will be trap from page one, you will want to read it again.
the wedding trap
July 16, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from BARRANCO - LIMA, NA PE
The third one, and a pity that the series end, the three stories are wonderful, full of romance, funny situation, a bit of intrigue also, highly recommended reading for all romance book lovers you can not missed it.
I really enjoyed this book. I must admit I fell in
May 5, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from north charleston, SC US
I really enjoyed this book. I must admit I fell in love with Kit right away. You will enjoy this
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