Not Quite a Wife by Mary Jo Putney
I try not to say bad things about books in my blog because I feel that just because I didn’t really like something doesn’t mean that someone else won’t like it, possibly even love it. But I can’t think of anything good to say about this title. The characters are thin, the dialogue seems anachronistic and repetitive (if she said she was “increasing” instead of finding another way to say pregnant I was going to lose it) and I just didn’t get the two main characters. They couldn’t find a way around their differences in the past ten years? Argh! I’m sorry, but I really can’t say who would like this book. May be good for a mindless diversion, but there are so many better choices.