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Review: Wallflower by Catherine Gayle – Under the Covers Book Blog
Tabitha could not boast excellent skill at playing the pianoforte, or an aptitude for painting watercolors, or cleverness in embroidery or stitchery, or expertise in any other traditional feminine pursuit. Are they at a ball? A Dance with the Devil.
There was nothing she would put past Josephine Faulkner, including a duel. Lady Tabitha Shelton, thinks every man only wants her for catehrine ever increasing dowery.
Very well-written and entertaining story especially to get it for free! It would not do for you to have a fit of the vapors.
She thought she blended in quite well, all things considered. Told from third person limited in either Noah’s or Tabby’s point of view, the author referred to several people Tabby’s brothers, and Leih with different names. However, I did like Tabitha and Noah together, they had a very sweet, although at times sedate romance.
Kiss Me at Willoughby Close. They wanted her for her money, not for herself. Toby was up to something. She said a silent prayer for sherry, though she doubted the Scantleburys wallflowef provided anything caherine the sort. I cheered when I read the paragraph: Noah deLancie, Marquess of Devonport, would prefer to marry for love and companionship – he’s a gentleman through and through – but circumstances have forced his hand: Dec 22, Virginia Tican rated it did not like it.
All Around the Ton. While there are hints of it all along, the ending just went too far for me to enjoy.
Review: Wallflower by Catherine Gayle
A little stickler for details, romantic love is a 20th century ideal, the female characters of this book would have had arranged marriages, and known whom or what type of man they would be chosen to marry, no one would have been given an option, unless financial independent or a governess, which they are of too high a class for.
It wasn’t and I didn’t care. To Enchant an Icy Earl. Beauty and the Geek. I guess all of those complaints would not be so difficult to overlook, if the story was interesting; if it was engaging and made me care about the main couple.
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Looks like she is a typical 21st century female. She took a long sip then grimaced. Add silly, cliched and over done plot twists and you have what felt like a knockoff romance of more well written romances on the market.