Much Ado About You
I will tell you, there was a period of time during college when I one-hundred percent fantasized about escaping to somewhere in the British Isles and charming a local into falling in love with me. While I worked in a book store. So I definitely salute Evie, the heroine of this book, for achieving my 2005 Caiti fantasy life.
As for the book overall, it was fine. I can’t say it was bad. It just wasn’t really for me. I felt like there were a lot of side stories at play and a lot of other characters which would not have been a problem for me if the two protagonists has been developed a bit more. Formulaically, it felt like this was a book about Evie in England verses a romance novel. And I just wanted a romance novel.
Thank you Netgalley and Berkley for the opportunity to read an advanced copy. I voluntarily read and reviewed this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.