Tressa



Tressa Escaping An Abusive Husband And The Tragic Loss Of Her Newborn Child, Tressa O Daire Leaves Her Home Of Dublin, Ireland, For The Unknown Shores Of New York City There, She Finds Work In The Powerful Langley Family As A Nurse Maid To A Baby Girl The Langleys Allow Tressa, A Master Baker By Trade, To Use Their Baking Oven And She Starts A Business And A New Life Ethan Langley, Crippled In A Riding Accident That Left Him Bound To A Wheel Chair, Has Spent The Last Eight Years In His Room Escaping The Embarrassment To His Family And The Hatred Of His Brother, Heaton The Only Bright Spot In His Life Is His Sister, Sarah Until A Certain Irish Baker Arrives And Turns His Life Upside Down.Their Very Lives Are Threatened When The Head Of The Langley Household Dies Unexpectedly Leaving The Business And Family Fortune To Heaton As Heaton And His Wife, Victoria, Bring The Family To The Brink Of Ruination, Tressa And Ethan Must Save Whatever They Can, Including The Budding Love Between Them.


About the Author: Barbara T. Cerny

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10 thoughts on “Tressa

  1. says:

    Ok but a weak 3 stars The characters were too ordinary They needed something odd or different about them.It s a pleasant story It s about a woman who escapes her abusive husband and works for a family It s about members in that family My biggest problem was one dimensional characters Tressa and others were good, honest and hard working Obstacles and problems occurred and they overcame them with intelligence, caring, and hard work.Experts say don t write about ordinary everyday people And Ok but a weak 3 stars The characters were too ordinary They needed something odd or different about them.It s a pleasant story It s about a woman wh...

  2. says:

    Life is a journey It has its ups and downs For Tressa O Daire, master baker in Dublin, soon to be wed to the handsome bricklayer, S amus Bannon, little did she know that life would have so many downs and such a long journey, far from home, before things would start to look up for her It took a lot of courage and the will to protect her unborn child to force her decision to leave her home and family a...

  3. says:

    I enjoyed reading about Tressa, an Irish immigrant making a new life in NYC in 1801 The time and setting is very different from the other books I ve been reading which was refreshing for me I liked Tressa very much She is brave and compassionate and a smar...

  4. says:

    It isn t everyday you come across a romance novel that tells a delicate story with such strength, style and grace.

  5. says:

    The Story.Tressa leaves her loveless marriage behind as she covers the expanse of the ocean to reach America Her dream of starting a new life is beautifully depicted as she transforms herself from being a nursemaid to an owner of a bakery Her business acumen makes her different from other women That along with a fierce sense of loyalty makes her a very charming character.She is a very strong woman who always stands beside the man she loves So much so that even when she is tortured and hum The Story.Tressa leaves her loveless marriage behind as she covers the expanse of the ocean to reach America Her dream of starting a new life is beautifully depicted as she transforms herself from being a nursemaid to an owner of a bakery Her business acumen makes her different from other women That along with a fierce sense of loyalty makes her a very charming character.She is a very strong woman who always stands beside the man she loves So much so that even when she is tortured and humiliated by her husband, she does ...

  6. says:

    I received this book from the author in exchange for a honest review This was a clean romance with only a brief description of the heroines rape by her husband Story The story starts in Dublin with Tressa the heroine working in her Uncle s bakery and at the same time being courted by Seamus Her ultimate dream is to one day own her own bakery Before the marriage, Seamus plays along and acts like the attentive suitor Soon, they are married and everything changes Seamus is abusive and cont I received this book from the author in exchange for a honest review This was a clean romance with only a brief description of the heroines rape by her husband Story The story starts in Dublin with Tressa the heroine working in her Uncle s bakery and at the same time being courted by Seamus Her ultimate dream is to one day own her own bakery Before the marriage, Seamus plays along and acts l...

  7. says:

    3.5 stars for me Its well written and and oh so good book, but I can t help feeling I ve read or watched something similar to this before..that said..Tressa is the main character in this book Its based around Dublin, especially at the start as this is where she works as a master baker in the family business She has hopes and dreams of opening her own bakery some day Sh...

  8. says:

    Reviewed on behalf of Readers FavoriteTressa O Daire loves one thing in this world baking In her small hometown in Ireland, she works diligently for her uncle, eventually earning the title of master baker, relatively unheard of for a woman in the late 1700s Urged by her cousin to settle down, Tressa accepts a young man, Seamus, as her beau However, once married, their life descends into something she never expected or wanted Rather than face an abusive life for herself and her unborn child Reviewed on behalf of Readers FavoriteTressa O Daire loves one thing in this world baking In her small hometown in Ireland, she works diligently for her uncle, eventually earning the title of master baker, relatively unheard of for a woman in the late 1700s Urged by her cousin to settle down, Tressa accepts a young man, Seamus, as her beau However, once married, their life descends into something she never expected or wanted Rather th...

  9. says:

    This is a beautiful story I really enjoyed it Set in Dublin a young woman escapes an abusive husband and flees to start a new life in New York Anyone who enjoys historical romantic novels will enjoy this It s long and detailed maybe a little too much is some parts , so the reader feels apart of Tressa s entire journey What made it evenspecial to me was while I was reading this book I was actually holidaying in Ireland I know most of the book takes place in America but it still mad...

  10. says:

    I was given this book by the author in return for an honest review.What a truly beautiful story.Tressa is a hard working young woman in Ireland, who marries a man who isn t what she thinks.After months of rape and the murder of her mongoloid baby baby she escapes to America to...

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