Feel good, Humour, Romance

Charity Girl by Georgette Heyer


I have reviewed a lot of Georgette Heyer’s books:

If any of these sound interesting, do check them out. I redirect you thus because this was a pretty steady read, and nothing too special. That does not mean that if you have the time, you should avoid the book. It is the story of one well meaning man who sets out to help a damsel in distress but ends up bringing a lot of trouble on his head for the thoughtfulness. He has a very nice family, the conversations amongst them are fun to watch (or in this case, listen) them unfold.

There is also a bit of suspense as to who will end up with whom in the beginning but towards the end, it all becomes very clear. It is not as funny as some of the others on the list above, but it does have its moments. I recommend listening to any of the author’s works when in a slump and uncertain about which book to pick up next. It leaves you feeling light enough to tackle anything that comes next. Considering that I reviewed All That Remains by Sue Black (do check it out if you haven’t already)a few hours ago being the exact opposite of this book, being non-fiction and much more deeper, it might make sense as to why I decided to review this next.

Instead of going into a continued Georgette Heyer spree like I usually do, I took one of Amazon’s suggestions and now my queue looks something like this:

36434976  A Forever Thing (Three Magic Words Trilogy, #1) 40175492 39890691 40175491 36439328 13356706 40849216 17284593

The book I got instead of the one I just finished is all the way on the other end of the spectrum, we will have to see how I like it.

Her Last Day (Jessie Cole, #1)


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