"The Trouble with True Love" is a true Laura Lee Guhrke story that delivers her brand of romance and humor that you will love. Clara is the younger sister of Irene, who does the Lady Truelove column in the family newspaper every week. While he sister is away, Clara is in charge of writing the column and finds herself in a conundrum of what to write about! Very shy and lacking in self confidence, Clara was fortunate one day to overhear a conversation between Rex Galbraith and one of his friends. Rex is known as a rake and Clara feels she can use some of the conversation she hears in her column. One thing leads to another and Rex and Clara work together to aid each other. What they don't expect is the intense attraction that evolves pretty quickly between the two. There is a lesson in this story of possibly not judging a book by it's cover. The story goes through the gamut of humor, strong emotions that evolve and an attraction that cannot be denied. When the last page was turned, I realized I could not wait for the next story by this author. She never disappoints!!!
Dear Lady Truelove,
I am a girl of noble family, but I am painfully shy, especially in my encounters with those of the opposite sex . . .
For Clara Deverill, standing in for the real Lady Truelove means dispensing advice on problems she herself has never managed to overcome. There’s nothing for it but to retreat to a tearoom and hope inspiration strikes between scones. It doesn’t—until Clara overhears a rake waxing eloquent on the art of “honorable” jilting. The cad may look like an Adonis, but he’s about to find himself on the wrong side of Lady Truelove.
Rex Galbraith is an heir with no plans to produce a spare. He flirts with the minimum number of eligible young ladies to humor his matchmaking aunt, but Clara is the first to ever catch his roving eye. When he realizes that Clara—as Lady Truelove—has used his advice as newspaper fodder, he’s infuriated. But when he’s forced into a secret alliance with her, he realizes he’s got a much bigger problem—because Clara is upending everything Rex thought he knew about women—and about himself. . . .