Captain Stanfield and bookish Ariel Hawthorne have resigned themselves against love-until infamous matchmaker Miss Tibbles decides to step in......
|Title||:||Miss Tibbles Interferes|
|Number of Pages||:||224 Pages|
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Miss Tibbles Interferes Reviews
DNF.The characters were rather boring, I couldn't get into the writing style.I started reading it because the main character's name was Ariel, but she was instantly dull, and didn't seem to react humanly at all. Her dad gets murdered, and she has one moment of feelings of despair, but then manages to rally almost instantly and think swoonful thoughts about our hero? The hero was rather dumb too.I really am not a fan of when the first thoughts any of the insta-attraction model, nor when after only two sentences spoke to one another, characters feel like they really "know" one another. Unrealistic. Even if it's regency, which tends to have a bit of fluff going on. So I didn't finish it. The end.
Do you remember reading Nancy Drew mysteries? Well, if you do, change to the Regency Period and fast forward to 2002 and when Ms. Kihlstrom wrote this book. Need I say more? No...
The middle dragged for me. Plot had potential, though.