Sunday, September 29, 2013
IT TAKES TWO TO TANGLE may be purchased here.
IT TAKES TWO TO TANGLE
Henry Middlebrook has returned to London after fighting Napoleon and losing the use of his right arm. Henry's brother and sister-in-law are worried about him and decide to help him find a wife. Caroline, the widowed Countess of Stratton, a favorite of the ton, seems a likely candidate. When Henry meets Caroline, he decides to try and woo her, but she is surrounded by admirers. Because of this, Henry seeks help from Caroline's companion, Francis Whittier.
IT TAKES TWO TO TANGLE is an enjoyable Regency romance with complex characters, but something of a lull in pacing during the middle of the book. Henry has to adapt to his new reality and try to fit back into society after the horrors of war. Although, at first, Henry sets his sights on Caroline, he soon finds himself drawn to Francis. Francis is an intelligent woman with lots of spunk, and she is just the remedy, that Henry needs to overcome some of his obstacles.
All in all, IT TAKES TWO TO TANGLE is an entertaining book with a lovely couple, which I recommend.
NOTE: I received this book in return for an impartial review.
Posted by Marlene Breakfield at 4:39 PM