Reviewed by Tabatha
So I apparently missed reading the second book in this series, Simply Sinful, but I still think I’d feel exactly the same way after reading Simply Irresistible. In my humble opinion, Peter deserved better than Abigail plain and simple. Abigail is prepared to martyr herself because she feels that their circumstances are beyond what they can fix, but of course Peter isn’t about to let her get away with that and neither are their close friends. I just didn’t like the way she wanted to solve the issues surrounding them by sacrificing their happiness. Now I will say that I was a bit surprised that this one was light on the erotic romance compared to what I’ve read in past books from this series. I think that is exactly where I felt the disconnect with these two characters. I think should they had had more personal intimate time, that I would have believed their relationship was worth saving and that Abigail was worthy of Peter. I kind of have a soft spot for the guy from the previous books I’ve read. Overall, I wasn’t completely dissatisfied with this book in all honesty, I just felt that Peter deserved so much after all he had gone through. I’m excited to continue on reading this series though, and I definitely suggest it to those of you who like your regency romances a bit on the spicy side. *winks*
*I received a review copy from the publisher/author via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review*
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