The Troubleman: Can A Marriage of Convenience Really Work?

The Troubleman Can A Marriage of Convenience Really Work Cordelia Browne newly engaged to handsome congressional aide David Rodgers awakens one morning to an uneasy feeling As it turns out there is good reason for her anxiety Corrie s fianc and her schem

  • Title: The Troubleman: Can A Marriage of Convenience Really Work?
  • Author: Patricia Costa Viglucci
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 163
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Cordelia Browne, newly engaged to handsome congressional aide David Rodgers, awakens one morning to an uneasy feeling As it turns out, there is good reason for her anxiety Corrie s fianc and her scheming cousin, Valerie, have eloped to Las Vegas To escape the gossip, Corrie flees to an isolated family retreat in the Allegheny mountains To the rescue comes her arch eneCordelia Browne, newly engaged to handsome congressional aide David Rodgers, awakens one morning to an uneasy feeling As it turns out, there is good reason for her anxiety Corrie s fianc and her scheming cousin, Valerie, have eloped to Las Vegas To escape the gossip, Corrie flees to an isolated family retreat in the Allegheny mountains To the rescue comes her arch enemy, company troubleshooter Matthew Cade who proposes a way for her to save face Marry me, he says But you hate me is her response Do I he asks.

    One thought on “The Troubleman: Can A Marriage of Convenience Really Work?”

    1. 4.5 stars I love marriage-of-convenience stories and this was fun to read!Cordelia (or Corrie) Browne has been raised by her Aunt Jess and Uncle Will ever since her parents died and works as her uncle's personal assistant. Her uncle's company is getting ready to merge with a new company and they have sent Matthew Cade, a "troubleshooter" to help with the transition. From their first introduction, sparks have flown between Corrie and Matt. They can't be within 10 feet of each other without a figh [...]

    2. Fun marriage of convenience story that keeps the bride and groom wondering if they are really loved by the other. I especially like the first half to two thirds of the story. Cute and fun. The lodge where he proposes is a beautiful setting. I love the apartment that she decorates and their trip to Toronto. I got a little exasperated by her perceptions of the marriage by the the end. It was hard to believe that she couldn't see how much he loved her. Still, it was fun to watch them finally learn [...]

    3. Prob 3.5 overall. I always like marriage of convenience books and I really enjoyed the first half of the book, but Corrie's character seemed to be so difficult for me to understand. Almost too "gloom and doom" for me. She couldn't accept that she really could have a HEA. I had a hard time with the dialogue too. It seemed too formal. Other than that, I liked the story itself and look forward to more from this author.

    4. This story was good but there are a lot of missing words, punctuation, and sometimes fractured thoughts leaving your mind pausing rather than flowing smoothly through the story. The girl kept me puzzled by her bipolar thinking. I was glad I wasn't her. This story is written in first person but sometimes feels like he is talking/thinking. Still, I liked it.

    5. 3.5 i enjoyed the first half more than the second. as i was reading the first half i was thinking this one is going to get 5* bt in the second half things went downhill a bit but still a nice clean read but could have been better.

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