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Sweet Disorder (2014)

by Rose Lerner(Favorite Author)
3.85 of 5 Votes: 1
Samhain Publishing
Lively St. Lemeston
review 1: This was really hard to rate. If I were judging on the competence of the writing alone, I'd give it 5. It hurts me to give something this beautifully crafted only 3 stars. But I didn't warm to the characters, and I thought everyone was stupid for not guessing who the baby's father was waaaaay sooner. I liked the political angle-different and refreshing when so many historical romances take place with little or no true historical context. But the overall pace of the narrative was snail-like. I have a feeling one day Rose Lerner will write something I'll really love; it's just not this book.
review 2: Rose Lerner is always going to write about something totally unique and this book was no exception. Very well written as always. The reason I struggled with this on
... moree was because she skated a bit too close to the bone on how my relationship was with my sister and my relationship with my mother. I am not faulting LR for that, that is just how it happens sometime. Authors zero in on a situation that grinds right over your last nerve and that was how this book was at times. Other times the naughty talk between our h/h felt real and now...very good. I can't wait for the next in the series. less
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*happy sigh* This. Yes. Fascinating. Non-wallpapery. More!
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