**** 4.5 stars: Often you find characters with flaws, but rarely do they have physical deformities. We loved Someone to Wed for its realness and depth of character.
- If you like Mary Balogh
- If you want a real historical romance
- If you like imperfect characters with depth
Here’s my Rankings:
- 5/5 for characters
- 4/5 for plot
- 4.5/5 overall
REVIEW FROM BOOKS FOR HER:
Known for her historical romances that go more than skin-deep and step away from a plot focused on passion, Mary Balogh’s latest is true to her signature and maybe even more so. Wren Heyden has half her face covered in a birthmark, which has caused her scarring deeper than just her skin since childhood. She’s spent most her life as a recluse and when she comes into a great fortune, she wants more for herself. Looking for a husband – she think she needs to use her fortune to get – she finds the new Earl of Riverdale. It’s hard to imagine a character like Wren in a romance novel, but Balogh makes it happen and with substance. We loved Someone to Wed for its realness and depth of character.
Available Nov. 7: Someone to Wed by Mary Balogh