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The Mischievous Mrs. Maxfield (2000)

by Ninya Tippett(Favorite Author)
4.4 of 5 Votes: 10
review 1: I don't read wattpad much and when I do, I usually give up within the first few chapters. This story however was like a breath of fresh air in the world of online authors. I loved the way the protagonist, Charlotte interacts with everyone. Not a big fan of Brandon, I don't think people change that easily. I didn't really have high expectations for this book so I gave it some slack. I just wished that the author explored with the harsh businessman version of Brandon more and slowed down the love. The whole 'poor-girl-marrying-rich-guy-because-father-blackmail-him-to' unrealistic but come on, falling in love within 2 weeks? Anyways, the writing was pleasant and mature and I encourage the author to keep on writing.
review 2: Wow. Wow. Wow. I am speechless. What ca
... moren I say?! Aside from being perhaps a little lengthy, this is one of the best novels I have read all year, and I don't say that lightly for just any plain old book. This amazingly refreshing read by Ninya Tippett is yet to published as print but I don't think it will stay that way for too long given how heartwarming her romance plot is, how beautifully inspiring her prose is and how enriching her characters are. From the very first line of the book, I immediately warmed to Charlotte, whose outlook on life is inspiring and heart breaking for a girl who has endured so much suffering at the hands of an abusive alcoholic father and an abandoning mother in the past. Despite a few shortcomings in her character, such as her inability to fully trust those she loves, she nevertheless gives a whole new definition to making lemonade when life gives you lemons. Her personality is absolutely adorable and empowering to others and the advice she gives is invaluable. After starting off as a handsome but arrogant playboy who immediately assumed the worst of Charlotte, Brandon developed into a devoted and loving husband who couldn't let Charlotte go even if she tried to escape. Many times throughout this novel, I was swooning at the realistically adorable romance between these two wonderful characters. Their journey to love after a rather difficult start is enough to restore the belief in fairytales of even the most cynical of readers. A recurring motif of hero and villain was seamlessly blended into this well-planned storyline and reflected through the drama of the secondary characters. These other characters added realism and complexity to a story that mainly followed Charlotte's personal growth and discovery as she marries into socialite life. They all had their own downfalls, conflicts and personal journeys, all of which were cleverly conveyed to the reader through an exciting and consistent plot. The author's fluidity throughout the entire novel reflects an incredible talent in crafting a whole new world from words. A gripping must-read! less
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By far the best book I have read so far this year.I cant wait to see what's next for this author
Great Book!Humor,romance,drama,fairy tale all in one book!One of the best I had read.
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