Non Review ~ The Study in Charlotte by Brittany Cavallaro

Posted January 30, 2016 by Michelle in Review / 24 Comments

My Non-Review:

This is going to be a very quick review since I DNF’d this book at 16%. I was excited about this book but I just felt like everything was happening to fast and the relationship between Charlotte and James was super forced. I didn’t want the book to drag but I would have liked to have a little more build than it did. I couldn’t get passed the entire forced together because they are related to Sherlock and Watson. I felt it was missing so much beginning. I know this was probably more me than the book so I wouldn’t say don’t give it a try but it really just didn’t work for me.



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24 responses to “Non Review ~ The Study in Charlotte by Brittany Cavallaro

  1. Oh too bad! I can see why the forced relationship just felt a bit much. I’m a little worried about that as well without even reading the book! I’m planning on doing a library loan on this one. It has the potential to be great but I’m not all in with the concept.

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  2. Aw, that’s too bad, I’m sorry it didn’t do what you wanted! That’s always disappointing when you’ve been looking forward to it and it just doesn’t deliver. Hopefully your next read will be great!

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  3. I am so bummed that you didn’t like this one because I have it to review soon and I wan’t to love it! Sighs, maybe I will like it and the things that bothered you will not bother me as I have been forewarned. I know Lexie liked it so now I have a yea and a nay review…lol. So I am prepared! πŸ™‚

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    • I totally wouldn’t go by me, I just didn’t get their relationship but you might. I look forward to your review. It’s fun to read reviews that might be opposite to what you think. πŸ™‚

    • It was a weird forced like it didn’t make sense to me. I think my taste in YA is changing might have to stay away from the YA romance for a bit.

    • I just couldn’t get passed how forced it was. It distracted me from the story. I just didn’t understand it. Sorry your book wasn’t as good but it least for both of us it’s one book off our TBR.