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Miss Wonderful by Loretta Chase
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Dec 31, 2011

liked it
bookshelves: historical-romance, kindle-archives

Things I loved:
~ Chase's wonderful sense of humor as displayed in the characters banter - wonderfully, delightful!
~ Alistair - he is such a fun and interesting twist on the regency hero. He is a dandy (although there are deep
seated reasons underneath.) He lets his emotions rule him - often to his detriment. He also embraces
those emotions and doesn't try to squelch all feeling as most are written to do in this era.
~Mirabel's quirky inattention to style, her horrible fashion sense and unruly hair that never stays in place.

Things I disliked:
~ Mirabel's obnoxious behavior in every reference to the canal project. Even when Alistair works to find
alternate solutions that would make her happy, she refuses to even consider and continues to fight blindly
and for no apparent reason other than to be disagreeable.
~ Again, Mirabel's antics - in reference to the steam factor. Her behavior just didn't ring believable (finding a
ladder, climbing into his bedroom, throwing herself at him when she barely knows him, hmm????)
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