Available June 3: Noble Destiny (Noble series)
Noble Destiny had one of the most unique romance characters ever and extensive dialogue.
- If you like lots of witty dialogue
- If you are a English Regency historical romance lover
Here’s my Rankings:
- 2.0/5 for characters
- 3.0/5 for plot
- 2.5/5 overall
- Note: Steamy factor (2 of 5 … little steaminess)
REVIEW FROM BOOKS FOR HER:
The seemingly fickle, but somehow loveable Lady Charlotte Collins’ only goal is to find her rightful place in society – and the best way she knows how is with a wealthy, titled and handsome husband. Katie MacAlister could be on the verge of breaking through with one of the most unique female characters I’ve ever read, but Charlotte’s totally annoying moments somehow overshadowed her fascinating moments. Although I did enjoy Charlotte’s unorthodox methods of achieving what she wanted … and I really think Alasdair MacGregor must be a saint for liking or maybe even loving her. Either way, I had a hard time enjoying the book because the dialogue was so extensive. Just not the right fit for my reading style – but the book could be a great fit for someone who loves a unique heroine and lots of dialogue.