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HAHAHAHAHA, so okay you guys, this is the premise: Twwoo Wuvvv Sexiness is overcome by some itchy hair powder. I liked the scene where it ultimately came about and Poppy (the heroine), got over her shyness, but everything before that... Jemma and Poppy's relationship was the most loving of the book, Charlotte and Villiers' the sweetest (though also unbelivable).
Everyone else's relationships can pretty much fly off to never-neverland and I wouldn't care.
I'm a huge fan of her work and every book I've read of her's so far has not disappointed except this one. while reading It takes a lot for me not to finish a book, no matter how much I'm frustrated with it but this one really pissed me off and for several reasons.
I'm a huge fan of her work and every book I've read of her's so far has not disappointed except this one. while reading this because it was so disappointing to the point of unbearable to get through at times (one of the reasons why I couldn't finish it).
It's very simple and could have been solved in one chapter instead of dragging it out through the entire book.(I already know this given the hints here and there in the book and reading some of the reviews beforehand) I generally don't let reviews make a decision for me before or while reading a book but this one I just couldn't finish. The naivete I can understand given her psychotic lunatic satanic mother who fills her head with such misguided exaggerated nonsense about the marriage bed.
I kept thinking EJ was trying to be funny and comical in her witty way by doing this but it ended up falling completely flat and silly. I lost count how many times the woman ranted and spitted about what 'disgusting pigs' men are. And what's worse is Poppy sitting there like a good little girl and listening to all of it and actually taking her advice. I wasn't a fan of Poppy before even reaching the middle of the book.
One spectacular Christmas, Lady Perdita Selby, known to her friends and family as Poppy, met the man she thought she would love forever.
The devilishly attractive Duke of Fletcher was the perfect match for the innocent, breathtakingly beautiful young Englishwoman, and theirs was the most romantic wedding she had ever seen.
I never reached the part where she finally supposedly stands up to her raving bitch of a mother but I just drew the line where she decided to leave her mother to Fletcher as 'punishment' simply because she caught him flirting with a woman. Well tell him and don't keep it a secret for four years!
I don't see myself checking this book out again to continue it already knowing where it's going to lead.
I liked Fletcher I understood his frustration, while I wasn't crazy about his complete obsession with finding someone to sleep with, I understood him, more then I did Poppy.
I appreciate that James shows geniune female relationships in her books, and her heroines have more dimensions than whatever ties them to men. I know, I know, she was young and dominated by her mother. This was a woman who was married for four years to a man that adored her and tried to do everything in his power to please her sexually, only for her to rebuff him and show him nothing but distaste. So she goes off to "find" herself, telling him that she really wasn't in love with him whe I had so many problems with this book. I know, I know, she was young and dominated by her mother. This was a woman who was married for four years to a man that adored her and tried to do everything in his power to please her sexually, only for her to rebuff him and show him nothing but distaste. So she goes off to "find" herself, telling him that she really wasn't in love with him when they married and she only married him because her mother browbeat her into marrying a Duke.
(In Jemma's case, her chess passion, in Poppy's her interest in obscure naturalism, in Charlotte's, her feel for and interest in politics.) However, in her quest to make them independent beings, she makes a whole lot of people really bitchy to each other, and I honestly can't believe the great majority of them would ever speak to each other again. I'd already bought the third one, and thank goodness. I really like Duchess by Night, so this book is not a reflection of the quality of the rest of the series. I can't think of any book I have ever read where I wanted the hero to go find a mistress and cheat, repeatedly, on the heroine.