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It Takes Two to Tangle

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  • Posted April 30, 2014

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    Frances, the widow of a soldier, agrees to help Henry woo her fr

    Frances, the widow of a soldier, agrees to help Henry woo her friend, only she really has feelings for Henry. Henry's healing from physical war injuries and in denial of the mental trauma he suffered. As the second son, he doesn't have a lot to offer other than his heart. Frances helps him learn to write again and encourages his quest, but unbeknownst to him, she actually is the one answering the letters he writes. Torn between truths, lies, and feelings, both seem destined to deny what's right in front of them--a real love, a real connection, and a chance to start over. 




    I love how this story develops. And, I love when they wake up and discover the depth of their feelings for each other transcends everything else in their society bound by "rules." I love a good HEA!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 28, 2014

    It Take Two To Tangle is a sweet and fun historical romance. Thi

    It Take Two To Tangle is a sweet and fun historical romance. This is the first book I read By Theresa Romain and I love it. I am glad That now there is another author I am looking forward to buy her books. The story is emotional, romantic and funny.Thank you Mrs. Theresa Romain

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 15, 2013

    The author has beautiful symetrical phrasing.

    The author has beautiful symetrical phrasing.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 25, 2013

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    Only a very special book can make you fall in love with a genre


    Only a very special book can make you fall in love with a genre again. It Takes Two to Tangle did just that, rekindling my love of historical romance. Theresa Romain has a talent, a rare ability to blend beautiful writing, great characters, delicious banter and a lovely romance, all in one perfect package.

    ITTtT is simply beautiful, inside and out; the cover sweeps you away to Regency England as does the story contained inside. Within a few chapters, I knew it was to be a favorite of mine, and I look forward to enjoying Romain's books again in the future.

    I loved how the sparks flew between Henry and Frances. There were more than a few such passages that I marked, though I won't be sharing them today, as they were fairly long--sorry! You shall just have to trust me--if you love wit and banter in your romance (and who doesn't?) then you will love this book!

    As wonderful as the story and characters are, it is Romain's writing that captured my attention the most. She has a way of writing that turns a seemingly simple scene into a powerful one.

    Truly, her writing is gorgeous and it made me feel as if I were there with Frances and Henry. Well done, Ms. Romain, and thank you for this delightful story!

    4.5 STARS!

    ~ * ~ * ~

    For my full review, including favorite book quotes, please visit my blog, TBQ's Book Palace.

    I received an e-ARC of this book from the publisher, via NetGalley, in exchange for my honest opinion.

    TheBookQueen

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 18, 2013

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    This is the first book I read from Theresa but I loved it. Widow

    This is the first book I read from Theresa but I loved it. Widowed Frances lives as a companion to her cousin Caroline, Countess of Stratton. Caro gets all the men and Frances sits in the background. They are introduced to injured war hero Henry Middlebrook at a ball, and he is instantly smitten by Caroline, who is not that interested in him, but Frances is. Henry asks Frances' help in pursuing the widowed Countess. What a tangled weave was woven.

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