Winner of a RITA, a National Readers’ Choice Award, the HOLT Medallion, and the Golden Quill, New York Times best-selling author Tracy Anne Warren is among the most acclaimed and popular Regency romance storytellers. In The Husband Trap, the reserved Lady Violet Brantford agrees to swap identities with her vivacious sister. Before she knows it, she’s married to the Duke of Raeburn, who finds himself pleasantly surprised with his charming new wife.
This book was so stupid, I skipped half of it, from the middle. Extremely improbable, even for fiction. Warren's books always seem to end abruptly. The writing is fine, some of the little day to day action is charming and fun, but as a whole, the book was boring.