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A Match Made in London

(Twice Shy #3)

3.36  ·  Rating details ·  45 ratings  ·  9 reviews
A fiery companion and a roguish gentleman spar over matchmaking—but is there more between them than meets the eye?

Miss Rosalind Merriweather's life has been one of hardship and servitude since her late sister's ruination. Now a paid companion, her latest post brings her to London to watch over the daughter of a social climbing harridan. She vows to protect her charge—and h
Paperback, 280 pages
Published May 21st 2019 by EverAfter Romance
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May 22, 2019 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Can’t stand it anymore!
It is very rare that I gave up on a book but I took an immediate dislike to the heroine and the more the story unfolded, the more I hated her.
First she decides at first sight, the hero is a vile rake to never be trusted, and when she discovers he plays matchmaker, she sees it as a way to overpower some plain shy girls not as a mean to help them find love when their shyness lock them on one place.
And later, they share their deepest secrets and when they kiss and engage to m
Deborah  Cleaves
Too much and not enough.

Rosalind was too vicious and mean throughout to make this pairing with Tristan believable. Downright abusive. In the end I was screaming “don’t do it” to him. The so-called love was utterly facile and unbelievable. The HEA seemed a lie told to readers. While the elements are there in theory, there was nothing trustworthy about the coupling. Even the epilogue falsely praises Rosalind for her forbearance when she instead was delivering yet another abusive cut direct. Not re
Jun 20, 2019 rated it really liked it
I’ll get straight to the review. First, Ms. Britton is an excellent writer. Her prose is impeccable. Very impressive. The words flowed smoothly on the page. There was a lot of internal narrative coming from both main characters that could have been edited out, which made the story longer, but it was still an enjoyable read.

Both characters had believable backstories that created conflict between them. Rosalind lost her sister to a rake, and she blames this man for her sister’s ruin and death. Whi
Sep 21, 2019 rated it it was ok
Shelves: regency
As a few of the other reviews have noted... Rosalind is not a nice person...I really didn't like her. And while Tristan was super likable, it was sad that the good guy falls for the pretty but hateful girl. It was also a little hard to believe the quick change of heart she was also disappointing that after finding out the core of Rosalind's issues, and Tristan reading and knowing people so well, doesn't honor that understanding or his own personal values. Sorry if that's confusing, but ...more
Sep 08, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Can this be love?

Sir Tristan Crosby's two best friends found love. He considers himself a matchmaker, but the chaperone of one young lady keeps getting in the way of his plan. Once the young couple is engaged,Tristan feels proud of himself, until the lady's chaperone, Miss Rosalind Merriweather loses her position. Suddenly she's living in his house as companion to his cousin, Grace. What's a man to do when he can find no peace from the woman in his own home? Numerous confrontations
Susan Swanson
Jul 26, 2019 rated it really liked it
Not my favorite book in this series. I enjoyed the last third better than the first two-thirds. The first part of the book seemed to hit one note, repeatedly. I enjoyed it much more once we saw the interaction between the three friends introduced in the first two books of the series. Would that the author could have found a way to bring the other characters back sooner. But as this was a quick read with a predictable and satisfying ending, I liked it well enough.
Diane Madison
May 30, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I loved this book....... I don't know what is wrong with some of the other people reviewing this book but I at least know a good book when I read it! Also, Thumper said "if you can't say something nice, don't say nothin' at all......" and I go by that advice. Any readers out must read this is a keeper.
Faith Hsi
Aug 14, 2020 rated it it was ok
Shelves: drop, sucks
Not feeling this book to be honest. I don’t see the chemistry between Rosalind and Tristan. Dropping at chapter 5. Disappointed.
Aimee Conroy
Feb 05, 2020 rated it liked it
It was a slow start but very emotional by the end and worth the wait I guess.
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Christina Britton developed a passion for writing romance novels shortly after buying her first at the tender age of thirteen. Though for several years she turned to art and put brush instead of pen to paper, she has returned to her first love and is now writing full time. She spends her days dreaming of corsets and cravats and noblemen with tortured souls.

She lives with her husband and two childr

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