The Reluctant Widow and Sprig Muslin by Georgette Heyer

The Reluctant Widow

This was more mystery than romantic comedy. The lead male was a bit too smooth through the whole thing. It was enjoyable to read most of the time, but I feel like I wanted more of his interactions with the female lead. The romance seemed to be an afterthought in the whole thing. It was amusing mostly.

Read on Kindle August 18th 2013.

Sprig Muslin

Gosh, this book had an annoying young female character. I had a feeling that about the ending early on, but I still had to endure Amanda’s ridiculous schemes. It’s a lot like another Heyer novel, but I can’t remember which one since they all blur together after I’ve read about a dozen of them. The ending was nice, but again, not enough of the main couple. Not one of the better Heyer books.

Read on Kindle August 19-21 2013.

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