DNF Book Review-Miss Wonderful

Miss Wonderful
Carsington Brothers (1)
Loretta Chase
Berkley Sensation
Mass Market Paperback
Published March 2004
342 Pages
Historical Romance
ISBN: 0-425-19483-3
Author’s Website

Synopsis
ans of USA Today–bestselling author Loretta Chase will be completely charmed by her new hero, Alastair Carsington, and this fresh romantic tale of opposites attracting. The story opens with Alastair receiving an edict from his father, Lord Hargate: Alastair must marry an heiress. Lord Hargate has tired of paying for the romantic indiscretions of his third son. Further, Alastair has returned from the battlefield at Waterloo with a severe limp and an excessive interest in clothes. Alastair is dispatched to the wilds of Derbyshire in winter, with a charge to promote the canal proposal of Lord Gordmor. Opposing him: the very intelligent, obstinate, and unstylishly dressed Mirabel Oldridge, who wishes no change in her beloved countryside. How Alastair and Mirabel resolve their differences, uncover a deadly plot, and manage to get her out of those terrible clothes makes for most entertaining reading.

My Thoughts
I was really looking forward to reading Miss Wonderful, but after reading 100 pages and not really getting into it, I decided to put it down. It seemed like it had a good plot and some strong characters, however I just was unable to enjoy it, I was almost skimming, forcing myself to read it. I don’t know why when I have always enjoyed all of her other books so far. I do plan on reading more from this author, however I don’t know about the rest of this series. I do plan on one day re trying reading this once again, see if I like it in the future. I have so many books that I want to get to, that I don’t want to spend 2-3 days trying to force myself to read it to the point of it becoming a chore.

My Grade
DNF

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