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    Historical Romance

    Her Sister’s Bridegroom by Jane Bonander As I read I thought: * Perfect plot for a black and white silent movie * Written in a similar vein to books Published in the early 1900’s * Melodramatic * Really? * Hmm… * A lot happened in 200 or so pages * Could anyone be so stupid? (at times for more than one character) I am on the fence about this one. I enjoyed the story as it ambled along but I kept finding it very difficult to believe or invest in. The twins: Robbie – darker hair, smarter, more aware, always in the background of her more vibrant sister Birdie – the more vibrant redhead coquette that attracted men to her as bees are attracted to pollen – but – a total user and useless all in one The “other” woman: Faith has had a hankering for the main character for a long time and is not as sweet as he thinks she is – an actress out for herself Best Friends (one is the hero…sort of) Gavin Elliott - is a brilliant in some ways and not so much in others. He can remember the ancients but not the names of those more recent – in fact – the reason he proposed to Robbie is he got the twins names wrong. His head is in the clouds but he can keep his feet on the ground from time to time and when he finally realizes his accident might have been a blessing…things might turn out alright Dr. Colin Innes – liked him till he succumbed to Birdie…much as those bees I mentioned earlier. He is scarred but in so many ways a good man and a good friend to many. So…easy to read, plausibility iffy, writing style sedate and modest (mostly) with snippets of naughty writing Robbie gets paid to write and a few interactions that take place between Gavin and Robbie a bit warmer, a LOT going on for the characters to deal with and in the end…I was glad I finished the story and hoped the characters would manage to have enjoyable lives… I guess it was hard for me to put myself into any of the characters shoes or want to be any of them or with any of the men mentioned. Thank you to NetGalley and Diversion Books for the ARC – This is my honest review. 3-4 Stars

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