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A Gentleman Says "I Do" by Amelia Grey
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May 24, 12

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Read in May, 2012

I was disappointed in this book. Grey sets up two very strong and likable characters. Each are very strong leaders and have overcome much in their lives. However, the first plot point (and this comes from the cover) of the heroine writing something under her father's name that is published, that the hero doesn't like is set up strong, but ends weak. There is no resolution, or hint of resolution later in the series of books, that was satisfactory to me. Also, the resolution of the main plot points were too easy. Devices of the characters not communicating with one another were used with abandon, making the story's conclusion hard to swallow. But, Grey is an excellent writer. The characters found balance between one another. Places and secondary characters were shown, not told. That is why this story merited two stars.
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