Like I said, don't think too much about this book.
Readers should take these similarities for what they are but don't expect a full modern-day retelling of Pride & Prejudice or anything quite like Austen.
I don't understand what point she meant to make about four beautiful, marriageable mulatto women.
I enjoyed this book - very different story, interesting mix of characters. The author took a current phenomenon, reality shows, and built an interesting story around it, pulling... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Diane Finley
I enjoyed this book for what it is: a humorous take on human foibles, with a bit of romance thrown in. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Leyenda
The Jane Austen spin off books were interesting in the beginning, but now I am just beleaguered by them. The volume of them is ridiculous. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Kelly Houser
i don't usually like these kind of books - i should have stopped but kept going - easy reading but i didn't like itPublished 16 months ago by rosemargaret
Silly and an absolute horrible attempt at modernizing Pride and Prejudice. I read this for my Book Club and could not have been more disappointed. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Twiggy123
I have read quite a lot of Austen-inspired fiction, and Imperfect Bliss is certainly among the very best. Read morePublished 19 months ago by ALK
I like how it highlights how ridiculous and how interesting reality TV shows can be. It also deals with self hatePublished 20 months ago by Zoe
I noticed that this marriage of Caribbean, British and American characters pulled me into Susan Fales-Hill story. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Haitianmom
This book is no more than what it says. A light read about finding love through a reality show. The characters are not deep or multi faceted, but the majority are likeable. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Prairie Wife