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Too Charming (Choc Lit) by [Freeman, Kathryn]
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Kathryn Freeman’s ‘Too Charming’ is the perfect feel-good, romantic read! If you like a strong independent heroine and a cocky, yet gorgeous hero, then this book will have you swooning! (Sorcha O'Dowd, Old Victorian Quill)

About the Author

Kathryn Freeman has spent most of her life living in a village near Windsor in England. After studying pharmacy she began her working life as a retail pharmacist. She quickly realised that trying to decipher doctor s handwriting wasn t for her and left to join the pharmaceutical industry where she spent twenty happy years working in medical communications. In 2011, backed by her family, she left the world of pharmaceutical science to begin life as a self-employed writer, juggling the two disciplines of medical writing and romance. Some days a racing heart is a medical condition, others it s the reaction to a hunky hero With two teenage boys and a husband who asks every Valentine s Day whether he has to bother buying a card again this year (yes, he does) the romance in her life is all in her head. Then again, her husband s unstinting support of her career change goes to prove that love isn t always about hearts and flowers and heroes can come in many disguises.

Product Details

  • File Size: 2640 KB
  • Print Length: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Choc Lit (September 8, 2013)
  • Publication Date: September 8, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00F2UKUTE
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #983,855 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Megan's got a problem, she is needed to appear in court, but her parents are not available to babysit. So against her better judgement she agrees to let attorney Scott watch her. She has a thing against him because he is a defended attorney who helps get criminals off. But perhaps she is prejudging the man a little bit as there is a valid reason that he is a defended attorney. To keep the truly innocent out of jail and then other more personal reasons. He quickly charms her daughter, but is that enough? Because of the end of her marriage, she doesn't entirely ready to trust a man. Can he possibly do something to change her mind? And is one of his current clients really innocent as he claims. This was a great contemporary romance.
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I did enjoy Too Charming. Yet there were so many times throughout this story that I simply wanted to shake Megan and say Get Real – Grow Up – Stop Living In The Past. Yes, I really was that annoyed with the character. I get that Megan was hurt badly in the past by a charming man. I get it, we were told over and over again about the stupid Luke. Still up to the very last chapter, Megan is still convinced that Scott doesn’t know his true feelings. I’ll be honest, it wasn’t Megan that gave this novel a 4 star rating from me – it was Scott, Sally and the overall story that took it to that rating.

Authors create their characters in certain ways for their own reasons. So I’m not saying that Megan was a bad character, she certainly added to the enjoyment and the frustration of the story. Her constant disbelief that a true romance could ever be possible between her and Scott because of the surface he showed to the world was simply annoying. If you care for someone as much as we are lead to believe she cared for Scott then for crying out loud – have a little faith in him.

Scott’s development throughout the story was engaging and entertaining. As we got to know his reasons for the charming, smooth talker that he showed to the world, he became more real and more likeable. Scott grew from what he was to what he could become. Megan stayed a petulant child who was hurt once and forever ever after blamed all men for the actions of one jerk. She never grew up (for me).

There are a couple mysteries within Too Charming that we get to see solved. Through those mysteries we get to understand Scott so much more as well.

I would recommend Too CHarming.
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So... I'm baffled at why everyone praised this book so much... I won't say I didn't like it. It's enjoyable, sure, entertaining but is not the fabulous work of chick lit the reviews I read portrayed.

I didn't much like the main characters, couldn't warm up to either of them... All in all not a book I'd be recommending... I'm torn about giving her other novel a try, but not sure I will
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I enjoyed this story very much. Defense lawyer Scott is a charming man and that's his main drawback where Megan is concerned. The British police detective has been burnt before by a smooth talking man and she's not about to jump back in the fire. The fact Scott defends the people she's trying to get off the streets is merely another nail in his coffin where she's concerned. Scott's determined to change her perception of him but when a case comes up which involves him personally things fall apart.Their relationship goes through so many twists and turns it keeps you wondering until the last pages and makes you think about how important first impressions are and equally important to sometimes let them go.
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Defence barrister Scott Armstrong is way too charming. Suave good-looking, a lady-killer image and far too many notches on his bedpost, he’s definitely someone single-mum DS Megan Taylor should avoid. Not easy when Scott, smitten by the feisty woman who is the complete opposite of those he prefers his short-term relationships with, pursues her with relentless determination to win her over. Megan has been there though, charmed by just such a man. She’s adamant, for her daughter’s sake as well as her own, she won’t go through the pain of that kind of heartbreak again. Throw the fact that Scott and Megan are on opposite sides, Scott defending the villains Megan has worked hard to bring to justice, and you have a cauldron of frustrated emotion waiting to spill over.

Scott, though, is not the emotion abuser Megan is convinced he is. The author does a fabulous job of peeling away the layers, giving us glimpses of his past until we see the whole of the man whose charm is in fact the suit of armour he hides his vulnerabilities behind. I particularly loved the way Kathryn Freeman handled Scott’s backstory. How, you can’t help but wonder, can such a successful, handsome, smooth-talking man have had anything but the odd blip in his life? No spoilers, but aside from the fact that Scott is naturally, instinctively caring of Sally, Megan’s daughter, his tragic family history is what makes him so determined to make sure even the lowest criminal gets a fair trial.

There are hiccups along the way, a crime case which brings that history and all of Scott’s vulnerabilities to the fore and slowly we see these two coming to see each other’s perspective. Scott begins to understand Megan’s determination to put the bad guys away. Megan realises that Scott’s own heartbreak is what drives him.
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