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Too Charming (Choc Lit) Kindle Edition
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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.Read more ›
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
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Megan is good at her job, she is strong willed, and she really can be nice. Just not to Scott. I could not connect to or really like Megan at all in Too Charming. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Sue P
Too Charming was a quick read for me, and a gentle one. I, like many other readers, had a hard time with the heroine. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Janet
There’s a lot to enjoy in this romantic tale between the police detective and the defense lawyer, dealing with a woman who’s lost all her faith in men and a man who has never been... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Book Gannet
Too Charming by Kathryn Freeman delivered as promised in the synopsis. Our hero was devilishly handsome, smooth, and sexy. Our heroine was smart, strong, and loyal to a fault. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Amelyn Randall ~ Double-Edged Words Book Blog
With dashes of wit, introspection and crime, this is a charming (yes, pun intended) tale of finding love in the most unlikely of places. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Chris123
A real page turner. I loved it.
I read romantic fiction avidly and this is, by far the best book I have read for many a year.
Kathryn Freeman is a real talent.
I can only comment about this story in contradictions.
It's well written - but boring. It's just a so-so Mills and Boon style plot and the characters leave me unengaged. Read more
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