Thursday, September 15, 2016

Falling for Fortune

Title: Falling for Fortune

Author: Nancy Robards Thompson [Website][Facebook][Twitter]

Publsiher: Harlequin Special Edition (May 2014, #2330)

Series: The Fortunes of Texas: Welcome to Horseback Hollow, Bk 5

ISBN: 9780373658121

Length: 217 pages

Obtained: TellHarlequin

Why this book?:

I was browsing for books I could remove from my collection.  I started reading it (at one time I really enjoyed the Fortunes, although there are too many of them now for me to really keep up), but had to go, so it went back to the shelf.  After I finished Doggone, I went looking again and decided to finish it.


It started pretty easily, the writing itself was fine.

But in the long run, I didn't care for this one.  I couldn't really connect with either character; they both annoyed me.  Christopher with his flirty and 'but I'm a hard worker just misunderstood' attitude.  And Kinsley with her 'I'm pulling myself up and making good for myself, but this means I must be never have fun and must always be suspicious.'  And the anti-bullying bit felt fake.  Just words, not enough genuine emotion.

Anyway, a bit disappointing.

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