- File Size: 2533 KB
- Print Length: 254 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: January 25, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00QEE7MHA
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #48,005 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Reluctantly Married (The Married Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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The recent explosion of reality shows lends to the plausible nature of the story line.
If you are looking for a sweet, clean romance, you've found it! I whole heartedly recommend Reluctantly Married!
(Though reviews are inherently subjective, I prefer to provide some organization to my opinions through the use of a personal rubric. The following notes may contain spoilers.)
Plot and Setting: 2.8 -- Plot is mostly cliche and parts are hard to follow. Includes scenes that pull away from the main focus. Setting (including timeline) is somewhat unclear or inconsistent. The plot of this one went from unlikely to ridiculous rather quickly. I don't understand why they didn't tell Leon 'No' or call him out on his invasive, exploitative actions earlier. I didn't buy it, and I didn't like it. There were tidbits of a decent story buried in there, but overall the plot didn't appeal. The timeline was also disappointing. It clearly starts not long before Easter, but once the reality show takes over, time all goes rather vague.
Characters: 2.8 -- Main characters are only partially relatable, realistic, interesting, or dynamic. Minor characters are two-dimensional. Relationships between characters are not especially well developed. We get small glimpses of who Megan and Adam are and what makes them tick, but that's mostly obscured by the lies they are telling, the secrets they're keeping, and their TV personas. There are also hints of what could make a real relationship work between them, but again that's largely lost behind the mess of their situation. Minor characters were all fairly one-note personalities, and their producer drove me crazy.
Mechanics and Writing: 4.2 -- A handful of typos, punctuation issues, or word errors. (<10/100 pgs) None of the errors seriously hinder understanding. Good use of POV. Generally skillful writing. Errors include: compound word confusion, mild punctuation or formatting issues, a few awkward or repetitive phrases. POV alternates between Megan and Adam.
Redeeming Value: 3.2 -- Neither uplifting nor depressing. Drugs, alcohol, violence, etc, are not glorified. No explicit sex scenes. Vague moral guidelines for behavior. The whole premise of the fake dating/marriage, and especially the reality TV aspect, is sketchy at best. Lots of lies and decption. I was glad that they ultimately came clean, to each other and the public.
Personal Enjoyment: 2.3 -- I’m not a fan. Some good bits, but not one I plan to re-read.
No violence, no bad language, no sex (some kissing, but not descriptive).
Perfect way to spend an afternoon. I love a sexy but vulnerable H. The h was sassy, confident, and had her act pulled together. The plot was super far-fetched, but escapism is what romance novels are about for me.