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The Anonymous Miss Addams (Kasey Michaels Alphabet Regency Romance Book 9) Kindle Edition
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The Anonymous Miss Adams (Caroline) is my least favorite of all the heroines portrayed in Ms. Michaels' books I have read thus far. Indeed, she had amnesia and one could understand some of the frustration she felt, but she never let up in her ranting and raving at Pierre. Yes, his perfection and somewhat superior attitude might have given her cause to occasionally set him straight. And, yet - he and his father, Andre, took in the little stranger, Caroline, who had no memory and gave her shelter, protection and everything she could ask for while they sought to learn her identity. Ungrateful little wretch.
The secondary characters bombed big time. The froggie valet was plain old hateful and the little chimney sweep didn't come through as interesting at all - so nothing enjoyable there. Romance between Pierre and Caroline? Nada - she was too spiteful. The persona of Pierre deserved better. Regarding Pierre's father, Andre - now there's a gent I would love to read a romance novel about. He was fabulous. Sorry, Ms. Michaels (I know that isn't her real name but it escapes me for the present) - this books barely deserves 2 stars.
I would only suggest this book for people who want to complete the series. There are better books out there by Michaels.