It Takes Two to Tangle
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: September 3rd 2013
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Series: The Matchmaker Trilogy (#1)
Henry Middlebrook was a promising young artist before he went off to war. Now, after the Napoleonic wars, he's completely lost the use of his right arm. He can no longer paint, and feels cast adrift, without purpose. His sister-in-law is determined for him to make a promising match, hoping that the ...
Sweet, nicely-written story with some of my favourite romance tropes woven into the plot very smoothly - the wounded hero Henry, who lost the use of his right arm at the battle of Waterloo, ending up with a huge load of guilt because of what happened there, and a romance that is carried on by corres...
As I have said on this blog before, I always love a flawed hero. Henry is such a dear man. I really loved his character. He genuinely loves his family and wants to see them happy. The touching scene between him and his friend Bart at the end was very endearing. Having been injured in the war, h...
Gut-wrenching but still so very good. Theresa Romain is perfect at handling angst without going overboard. Highly recommended!
There are certain plot devices or character types used in romance that I cannot resist. Characters brought together through a correspondence? Yes, please! A hero with an affable demeanor hiding his pain and inner demons? Love ‘em! A mistaken identity that complicates the main characters falling in l...
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