A Note of Scandal by Nicky Penttila
A desperate composer tricks a principled newspaper publisher into printing a false story, and then falls for him. How can she prove that she's worth a second chance?
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
It took me almost half of the book to get any real interest. I was confused about Merry and Martin. For awhile I was just thinking Olivia was stuck up. Things picked up a little bit later on in the book, but I'm not a fan of Will's. I can't put my finger on it, as to why, but he just held no interest for me at all. It's hard to cheer on a romantic couple when you don't enjoy it. The language didn't feel right for the time period. The one interesting this in the book was them showcasing how soldiers were treated after injuries at war. Other than that, if it takes half a book before my interest is peaked, it's too boring for me. I expected a little bit more sexiness because it was an Evernight title...(yes even from a historical). Not impressed. It just didn't interest me.
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