The Trap (Trapped Prequel)

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Paige didn’t like that I went so far away to university. I thought we could swing that no problem.
But she hated the distance. She hated not seeing me every day.
My girlfriend thought she was losing me. She wanted me home. But I couldn't imagine the trap she'd set to make that happen.
And like an idiot I walked in right into it.
And it's a mistake I'm going to have to pay for the rest of my life More
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About Beverley Kendall

I have always loved books, romance and wished that everyone (most especially me) would find their happily ever after. Add in my love of London, England set in a period when ladies strived to be genteel and dresses could barely fit through doors, and it was obvious I could write nothing but historical romances.

As the mother of one too bright and mischievous young boy, I pull full-time duty on all fronts. When I'm not working at my techy-type job, mothering, writing or reading, I'm probably sleeping and dreaming of a time when I'll have time for my favorite hobbies: knitting, crocheting and sewing.

I'm currently being represented by the wonderful Kevan Lyon at Marsal & Lyon Literary Agency.

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Gur01 reviewed on April 25, 2020
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From the synopsis not able to decide whether it is a sweet romance or bitter one..So not trying..
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Evelynxxx reviewed on Nov. 15, 2014

Enjoyable. I read this before the first one however I still found it a good read.
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booklover reviewed on Aug. 7, 2014

This novella is great. It is a prequel to the novel 'Trapped'.

The author jumps straight into the story.
It's written in dual first person POV's and the two main characters Mitch and Paige are engaging people.

I felt some sympathy for both characters in the beginning and as the story progressed I wanted to hurt Mitch.

It is a well written novella and I wouldn't really label it as a romance but it is a story of what can go wrong in a relationship.

The dialogue was so realistic. Despite the characters actions there were no immature whiny teenagers in this story.

I got the novel 'Trapped' straight after reading this prequel and read both books within 2 days.
I am going to read it again because I really enjoyed it.

I rarely give out 5 star reviews but I can't stop thinking about 'The trap' and 'Trapped' so it deserves 5 stars.
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Jeanne Jernegan reviewed on May 8, 2014
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Note: Haven't read it!

The snyopsis to this story suggests to me it isn't about romance but rather bitter entrapment. Not my cup of tea.
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