Maybe, but the Bloodhound books are not the kind that you forget.
No. The characters drive the story. You know that some how, some way that things are mostly going to turn out fine. The dialog is fast, fun, and snappy.
She makes the characters come alive.
No, I did not want it to end. Why rush?
I really like the quirky, funny, and flawed characters.
Simply Love is tedious and repetitive. The story is fine, but the presentation is poorly executed. Instead of being 11(very long)hours, it could have been pared down to a pleasant 5 hour story. Balogh revisits the Bedwyn clan and Miss Martin's School for Girls in Bath. The heroine, Anne Jewell, is emotionally scared and her love interest is a physically scared war hero. Anne dithers a lot and the war hero is not much better. The two are always second guessing themselves. Instead of adding to the romantic tension this “should I or should I not” self-analysis makes the reader want to scream “get over it”. Unfortunately, Simply Love is simply forgettable.
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