Thursday, February 11, 2016
My American Duchess by Eloisa James (Review)
The second half of My American Duchess focuses on Trent and Merry and their marriage. It starts off a little rocky, but by the end of it works out. Trent wants to go about marriage a logical way, but Merry being herself can't really do that. However, she starts to mold herself to be the perfect English Duchess, and funny Trent has a hard time with this.
Overall, I did enjoyed My American Duchess. I adore Merry's spitfire and she's so American and I love that about her. As far as I know there isn't going to be story for Cedric, by the way I would love to see. At the end of the book we see that he changes drastically. At some parts of the story I wouldn't have been sad if he had died on his journey, because he was that horrible. I'm glad that My American Duchess ended up being a full novel instead of a novella, because it's complex storyline it would have been short changed had it been a novella.
Copy provided by Avon.
4 1/2 Stars