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This was unsatisfying with a confusing message. The plot was a bit too over-the-top, especiall because the ol Our hero is a bit of a coward Bets in the book at White’s, dual, and meddlesome relatives!

So why doesn’t she just tell her friends that? A Rogue’s Christmas Kiss. An old, scraggly ape. After all, Tabitha would need assistance to pull it off. Still, Tabitha wants to be loved for herself, and not her dowry, and doesn’t believe a thing Noah tells her.

Some characters show up, and then soon vanish, even those integral to Tabitha’s schemes. With so many characters, none of them were developed well enough to be interesting.

We will not use or share your information with anyone except as described in this Privacy Policy. I enjoyed reading Wallflower and look forward to reading more from Catherine Gayle in the future.

Had a hard time putting down my Kindle when I was reading this! Part of her self-confidence issues stemmed from “people she loved” saying such to her, frequently she would have you believe but no one did!

Wallflower | Catherine Gayle

Lady Plumridge was younger, yes. I guess all of those complaints would not be so difficult to overlook, if the story was interesting; if it was wxllflower and made me care about the main couple. Had all the insecurity that I appreciate in my favorite themes chubby spinster while still managing to have decent gender politics. Jun 25, Crazychriss rated it really liked it Shelves: A little stickler for details, romantic love is a 20th century ideal, the female characters of this book would have had arranged marriages, and known whom or what type of man they would be chosen to marry, no one would have been given an option, unless financial independent or a governess, which they are of too high a class for.


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Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori. Turns out this is like one of those real estate ads that tell you The problem to convince her of that whilst the vultures circle. Toby had a very particular type, so she would have to meet his requirements. It wasn’t and I didn’t care. Lady Plumridge nodded frantically. Dec wallflowwer, Virginia Tican rated it did not like it.

Father had, yet again, increased her preposterously large dowry to near epic proportions. Kiss Me at Willoughby Close. Sure, at times, the changes were a bit too cathrrine but I could keep up.

Review: Wallflower by Catherine Gayle

You know as well as I do how much better a married brother is to have around than an unmarried brother. Not only that, but she would also make it much easier for Lord Oglethorpe to resume his attentions. And really, I get he was worried about her brothers causing a scene if they found out about the bet, but he’s simply leaving her uninformed and unsafe. All of a sudden he sees how beautiful she is?!

She took a long sip then grimaced. Catherine Gayle has done a excellent job on this story. I believe I have just found one of my newest favorite authors! Clearly an editor was need or a better one. Told from third person limited in either Noah’s or Tabby’s point of view, the author referred to several people Tabby’s brothers, and Leih with different names.


Tabitha dared a surreptitious glance in order to confirm that Lord Oglethorpe had not somehow already returned to the ballroom. There was some fairly strict ‘HR cultural mores rules’ through out, mixed with blatant, ‘that would be too annoying for me to write, so we’ll skip that rule in this scene.

Review: Wallflower by Catherine Gayle – Under the Covers Book Blog

However, I could probably squeeze into some PNR, I am fully prepared to give a horn job to my favourite demon, or suck on my sexy vampsā€¦fangs and I am definitely up for some heavy petting with some fine looking shifters. She is plump, plain, pleasant. This book is so awkwardly written, with a plethora of hard to read scenes and dialogs. Also, damages her future marriage which will ever be gossiped about if it goes ahead.


The title should be at least 4 characters long. Thankfully, she had not yet heard tell of his charming the stockings off wsllflower innocent. Toby, however, had no intention of becoming anything close to resembling respectable. Catherine Gayle is a new-to-me author but I will definitely be reading more of her work.


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