The Sum of All Kisses
Publish date: October 29th 2013
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Smythe-Smith Quartet (#3)
This review is also available on my blog, Bows & Bullets Reviews Lady Sarah Pleinsworth will always hate Hugh Prentice. He has never done anything to her directly but his actions caused her beloved cousin Daniel to be exiled from England for several years. Now that Hugh has fixed that and Daniel i...
15/12 - I didn't like either Hugh or Sarah at the start of the book, but by the end I felt like maybe I wasn't supposed to like them from the beginning. They both changed so much that I got the feeling that Quinn wanted to show them growing through the book, being tempered by love and their relation...
I think it’s about time to call this one, this is the first of Julia Quinn’s books that I just couldn’t finish. I tried, I really did, but I found the story, characters, and romance just so frigging boring, I couldn’t make myself read more of this utterly disappointing book. And just let me say, I a...
Normally Julia Quinn is one of my go to authors of historical romance, I usually enjoy her light-hearted, romantic stories and like her characters. But this time I was a bit disappointed because I didn't enjoy "The Sum of All Kisses" as much as I expected to. The romance was the main thing that didn...
This book wasn't bad. Aside from the hero taking all the blame on himself for the past when it wasn't all his fault, especially what injured him. And aside from the heroine's 'all about me' response to something that had nothing to do with her (and saved someone she loved, by the way). The only thin...
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