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A History Nut's Romantic State of Mind

"I never travel without my diary. One should always have something sensational to read in the train." - Oscar Wilde

Currently reading

Her Husband's Harlot
Grace Callaway
A Risk Worth Taking
Laura Landon
Texas Destiny
Lorraine Heath
Devil's Bride
Stephanie Laurens
Comanche Moon
Catherine Anderson
How the Marquess Was Won
Julie Anne Long
The Rake
Mary Jo Putney
The Other Guy's Bride
Connie Brockway
The Hawk and the Dove
Virginia Henley
A Dangerous Love
Sabrina Jeffries

Made for Mischief

Made for Mischief - Regina Carlysle The story was pretty good, until they got married. That is about around 60%.

By 60% we have established that she is the one and only for him and this must be special. He cannot lose her because she is so very precious.

And I completely lost my will to continue reading. It does not hold any more intrgue for me. I know the ending anyways. So why bother with it if the book has reached the happliy ever after at 60%? The rest will just be some evil people try to take the heroine away and the hero fights to get her back. The story will be filled with how the heroine bravely fights off the villain and how gallantly the hero tries to find her. I can see why some readers might like that. I am not one of them.