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The Merry Lives of Spinsters (Spinster Chronicles, Book 1) Paperback – May 1, 2018
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SEX: None. Nice kissing scenes.
WRITING QUALITY: The author excels at writing dialogue. Her character development is better than average. However, the plot lags in the middle with too much description and not enough momentum. Though the author gives helpful introspection for the characters it becomes TOO much and she leans toward passive voice - telling us way more than necessary.
While I enjoyed the spicy narrative the story lagged. I wouldn’t mind learning the happy endings of the rest of the endearing Spinsters but I’m not sure I want to wade through that much verbiage to find them. :/
I thought this set up the rest of the series well, I'm assuming each of the spinster will eventually get their own books. Which I look forward to. Each spinster, Georgie, Prue, Charlotte, Izzy and Grace were unique and it'll be fun to see how each of their stories unfold and what man will sweep them off their feet! Georgie is the star of this book and the designated leader of the pack. I liked Georgie and thought she was easy to relate to. Our hero, Anthony Sterling, was the perfect gentleman. Very kind, understanding and charming. I thought he and Georgie had fun chemistry and banter.
Overall, this was a fun read. I did feel like there were a LOT of characters to keep track of. To the point I almost wish I had a notepad handy so I could keep everyone straight. It was a tad predictable, but still pleasant and a fun afternoon read. I look forward to reading the rest of the series.