Trial by Marriage

Trial by Marriage

Lindsay Armstrong / Feb 19, 2020

Trial by Marriage Reform of the rake Sarah Sutherland Twenty six years of age wears horn rimmed spectacles and works as a schoolteacher I suppose you could say I fit everyone s picture of a typical spinster I wish th

  • Title: Trial by Marriage
  • Author: Lindsay Armstrong
  • ISBN: 9780373117987
  • Page: 493
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Reform of the rake Sarah Sutherland Twenty six years of age, wears horn rimmed spectacles and works as a schoolteacher I suppose you could say I fit everyone s picture of a typical spinster I wish, though, that the fact I ve taken a job in the outback of Australia didn t automatically lead to the assumption that I m out here because I can t find a man or worse,Reform of the rake Sarah Sutherland Twenty six years of age, wears horn rimmed spectacles and works as a schoolteacher I suppose you could say I fit everyone s picture of a typical spinster I wish, though, that the fact I ve taken a job in the outback of Australia didn t automatically lead to the assumption that I m out here because I can t find a man or worse, don t want one Cliff Wyatt certainly seems to think he just has to whistle and he can add me to his harem Luckily, I m immune to his charms Or at least I thought I was Now he s started taking me seriously d I know I m in big trouble

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      • Lindsay Armstrong

        Lindsay Armstrong was born in South Africa She grew up with threeambitions to become a writer, to travel the world, and to be a game ranger.She didn t achieve the last one, but her fascination for wildlife and thatspecial something about Africa and its big game still remains with her Whenshe went to work it was in travel, at an agency and an airline, and thisstarted her on the road to seeing the world.Lindsey met her New Zealand born husband, who had been working in WestAfrica, when he was on his way home through Johannesburg He did go home butin a matter of weeks he was back in South Africa, and six months later theywere married Three of their five children were born in South Africa Thenone in London and one in Australia, after they made the decision to emigratefrom South Africa.It wasn t until her youngest child started school that Lindsay sat down atthe kitchen table determined to tackle her other ambition to stop dreamingabout writing and do it She hasn t stopped since She s not happy unlessshe has a book under way, and she s discovered she can write through justabout anything.Lindsay and her husband have moved around a lot They ve trained racehorses,farmed, and lived on their boat for six months while they sailed it from theGold Coast to the Torres Strait and back, an epic voyage They currentlylive in Queensland, overlooking the water they sold their farm, and they relooking around for another boat She and her husband love to travel and havebeen back to Africa twice in the past few years The highlight of one oftheir trips was a visit to the Serengeti, in Tanzania, where Lindsay did theone thing she swore she would never do take a ride in a hot air balloon.She was a nervous wreck as the balloon tottered upright, but will rememberit as a unique experience to see the game spreading out on the Serengetiplain beneath her as the sun rose They say you can take someone who was born in Africa out of the bush butyou can t take the bush out of someone born there Despite this passion for wildlife and Africa, Lindsay considers Australiaher home now and loves the country She travelled to Sydney to witness theclosing weekend of the Olympic Games in September 2000 it made her proud tobe an adopted Aussie


    214 Comments

    1. Gaaaahhhh! Nobody likes feeling second best to the Other Woman who was the husband's first love. And even though said Other Woman ruined their love by having an affair, the husband admits he will never experience the Grand Passion that she managed to evoke in him and continues to torture him with. He burns for her though he is also disgusted by her. Sounds like they should have had their own HP book and the heroine would have been a better fit as a bland OW.He admits that he settled for the hero [...]


    2. I have not ready many books by this author, but I have enjoyed the ones that I haveTrial by Marriage was no exception. Though this may not be everyone's cup of tea, it was a very refreshing HP read for me. I found it a little slow moving in the relationship building phase, but it worked well and helped connect me to their love.What I liked:1) Lots of sexual chemistry and tension between H/h with the hero NOT being an arrogant, alpha asshat.2) Hero is well liked and respected by his employees and [...]


    3. Just okay. Australian school teacher in the outback falls in love with the new station owner. He's typically arrogant but she is fairly strong and independent without being strident about it. There was an evil other woman of course and the hero could have given her up a little sooner. Still worth the read.



    4. Outback setting. Cute story of a prim schoolteacher and sinfully rich rancher who marry for ? Lots of outback tropes – floods, rescues, bbqs, good-hearted housekeeper etc. . . I believed their romance.


    5. Hero deserved the skillet on the head QUITE a number of time.I mean who tells their pregnant wife that I love yourta, just not as passionately as I loved my ex?I was SO glad that she told him in no uncertain terms that "I love yourta" is NOT enough for her, she is NOT going to be second best, and she DESERVES better, and will fight him with everything she has.That idiot finally understood that he cannot love his wife and keep the ex's memory, no matter how bitter and disgusting the memory was, i [...]


    6. This must have been an old one as the way it is written seemed a bit dated to me. I don't know why but I sometimes don't get what they are saying at the beginning, too subtle. I love the h, she has a kind heart but can be tough enough to call it quits when the situation calls for it (boy, I totally cheer her on her way as she left not because of an immature desire to flee and hide but because she has rationally analysed the no win situation.) The H is where I have a serious problem with. He was [...]


    7. 3 StarsThe first part of the book was boring and hard to follow. I hate not finishing a book so I finished reading and about 60% into the book it was really good, that’s why I’m giving this book 3 Stars


    8. I'm really confused as to how the title fits in with the story because it makes it seem like another story. I have read this author before but none of the books made an impression like this one. I was excited for this book because this is the first book in HP land where the heroine wears glasses! 26-year-old Sarah Sutherland meets 35-year-old Cliff Wyatt and at their very first meeting he asks why he should not fire her. (I felt that was silly because she was the only teacher in all the land rat [...]



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