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The book has some interesting aspects of the 1800s, Napoleon, and the invasion of Russia, but overall, the murder takes precedence in the story. It's a bit repetitive in places, especially when Natasha and Matt go over the events leading up to the murder, and then again when they discuss matters with the justice of the peace who is there investigating. It does keep you guessing as to the true culprit, though, as the Matt and Natasha consider different possible murderers.
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This story had a great plot with well developed characters and the pace was good after I got through the first few chapters that seemed to drag. Overall, a great story. I haven't read anything by this author in the past, but I'll definitely be looking forward to more entertaining novels in the future.
I was gifted this copy of Tryst at the Brighton Inn for an honest review.
Natasha a Russian princess while staying at Brighton inn runs into an old enemy of sorts Matthew a physician. Natasha and Matthew in the past have had an intense dislike and distrust of one another but on a stormy snowy night their passions get the better of them and in the morning besides their passion and affection for each other there is a murder to solve, who did it could it be Natasha especially since Matthew suspects Natasha of the murder. In spite of Matthew suspecting Natasha what about his strong feelings of affection and possibly love will they leave Brighton never to reconcile their feelings of distrust enough to solve the murder and erase Natasha as the main witness.
Ms. Rasley definitely knew how to catch my interest not only was I intrigued by the whole storyline much more than the characters but I was eager to find out who exactly committed the crime. Yes, at first I didn’t really care for Natasha she seemed a little bit cold, aloof and very impersonal but maybe it had to do with the fact that she was Russian and a princess to boot. I did like Matthew however. Yes he was a bit cynical and reserved but he was also smart and very clinical so I think I could overlook his cynicism. I couldn’t help but view him as a sort of Dr. Watson type person especially since he was a doctor. Plus he was good looking so I really couldn’t help my little crush on him. I did want more into their history and why Matthew and Natasha did really like each other. I do hope there is more stories of them together romantically making that relationship work and solving numerous regency crimes while holding their feelings for each other at bay which will be interesting to read plus the ending kind of alluded to more in Natasha and Matthew’s future. That’s why I rated the book four stars, can recommend for any historical regency lover and will get more books from Ms. Rasley!
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