The Trouble with True Love (Dear Lady Truelove, #2) Read Online Free - Dear Lady Truelove,
I am a girl of noble family, but I am painfully shy, especially in my encounters with those of the opposite sex . . .
For Clara Deverill, standing in for the real Lady Truelove means dispensing advice on problems she herself has never managed to overcome. There’s nothing for it but to retreat to a tearoom and hope inspiration strikes between scones. It doesn’t—until Clara overhears a rake waxing eloquent on the art of “honorable” jilting. The cad may look like an Adonis, but he’s about to find himself on the wrong side of Lady Truelove.
Rex Galbraith is an heir with no plans to produce a spare. He flirts with the minimum number of eligible young ladies to humor his matchmaking aunt, but Clara is the first to ever catch his roving eye. When he realizes that Clara—as Lady Truelove—has used his advice as newspaper fodder, he’s infuriated. But when he’s forced into a secret alliance with her, he realizes he’s got a much bigger problem—because Clara is upending everything Rex thought he knew about women—and about himself. . . .
|Title||:||The Trouble with True Love (Dear Lady Truelove, #2)|
|Number of Pages||:||384 pages|
January 26, 2018
I've given this a B+ at AAR, so that's 4.5 stars
In book one of Laura Lee Guhrke’s Dear Lady Truelove series, we were introduced to the Deverill sisters, owners of The Weekly Gazette, the single remaining newspaper in what used to be a stable of them until their father pretty much ran the busine...
February 09, 2018
I loved the first and loved the second! LOL
Where Irene was a tough nut, Clara is a marshmallow! But only at the beginning! She just needed to be forced by circumstances to open her wings and fly!
And that circumstances are summed up in Rex! ;-)
What I appreciated here was the sincerity between the...
February 16, 2018
This second installment in Laura Lee Guhrke’s Dear Lady Truelove series features the younger sister of Irene Deverill, the heroine of book one, The Truth About Love and Dukes. Clara Deverill is shy and retiring, the polar opposite of her sister who is off on her wedding trip with the Duke of Torq...
February 10, 2018
The Trouble With True Love by Laura Lee Guhrke is book Two in the "Dear Lady Truelove" Series. This is the story of Clara Deverill and Rex Pierpont, Viscount Galbraith. I haven't yet read the previous book, so for me this was a standalone book
Clara is filling in for her sister on writing the 'De...
January 14, 2018
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Oh myyyyy…….did you hear that? That’s my heart sighing over this book…Laura Lee Guhrke has mighty fine penmanship when it comes to relatable heroines and heroes and this new novel is no diff...
January 31, 2018
4.5 Stars- Rounded
I enjoyed the first in this series and the introduction of Clara as the younger sister to the headstrong and ebullient Irene. But now, with Irene married and on her honeymoon, Clara is left in charge of The Weekly Gazette, and with Irene’s prolonging of her honeymoon, she is ta...
January 30, 2018
"A woman who was shy and plain, who stammered when she was nervous and had never caught a man's eye in her life, could hardly be splendid at advising people about love and romance."
FINAL DECISION: A wonderful emotional story about two people who have a mature and adult relationship thankfully fre...
February 12, 2018
The book was mostly filled with god elements. I might not have liked a couple of things, but I wouldn't call it bad. The man characters were not able to make me love them although I can say that I liked them a little. They weren't bad and they had some flaws that made them more relatable. My bigg...
December 28, 2017
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It is the second tome of “Dear lady Truelove” series. I already had read and liked the first book this year. This one made no exception, I think I even preferred it. As usual for this author, the watchwor...
January 25, 2018
Perhaps not as steamy as many of my fave historical romances, this book still kept me captivated. I particularly loved the heroine and found her easy to identify with and sympathize for. While this sounds like a tried and true trope: wallflower and rake, the story and characters feel fresh and di...