First of all, I read romance novels to escape, not for historical accuracy. I liked both the hero, heroine and their interactions in this story. The..Show More » narrator was great at giving distinctive voices for each character.
I absolutely loved this book and I'm really enjoying this fairy tale series by Eloisa James. This is my new favorite romance book! This one made me ..Show More »cry, laugh, made me mad and happy. If you are fan of historical romance or of Eloisa James then I would suggest you get this book right now! You will love it too! A credit worthy listen. 5 stars all around!
The entire story consists of the heroine complaining about how fat she is. "I'm so fat blah blah blah. No one could love me. My breasts are too big" e..Show More »tc....Not only was she a fatty, but she had a terrible personality. She's rude, insensitive, and has no thought for her family.
Her twin sister is kind, funny, generous, and pretty, but no...the hero wants the mean fat chick.
The entire romance made NO sense. They had nothing in common and no mutual interests. She actually mocks the hero's interest in mathematics. The only attraction between the hero and heroine is that he gets randy looking at her fat rolls. The hero came across as some creeper browsing a fetish magazine.
Also, I didn't find it entertaining, hot or exciting to hear the heroine rattle on about her body issues. Yes, we all have them, but I don't want to have to listen to someone else complain for 10 hours. If I wanted to hear chicks complain about their low self esteem I would call my girlfriends, not spend an audible credit.