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What the community says about Scandal in Spring (Wallflowers)
- "This is book four in part of a really good series. This is the final installment in the Wallflower series and you would have to read the other books in the series to be able to understand this story. The story has really great reviews and most people love this book."
- "I love great series, and while this one is a bit different than what I'd usually read, it looks interesting, and a promising cap as one of the best by the author. This is the fourth book, but I can see myself being immersed in the world easily from the description. The protagonist is described as fun loving and an heiress that must find a husband by demand of her father. Queue scandal! I anticipate finding out if she finds true love, or just settles!"
- "The final installment of the Wallflowers series delivers on all expectations. If you’re a historical drama nerd like me, this series is a must-read up with Hilary Mantel. It’s got a compelling story, but the real treat is the author’s mastery of historical details; everything from the morning routines to the speaking styles and accents of the characters is properly bespoke. This book follows the character Daisy, who I didn’t like much in the previous books but surprised and delights in this one. She gets a lot more depth and becomes very interesting, continuing to grow as a character throughout the story. But the real hero is her husband-to-be Matthew, who gets a boddess-ripper story and hidden background that perfectly match the tone and style of these books. It might feel a bit cliché to modern audiences (and I’d complain about it in a modern book) but in the historical period it feels perfectly at home, and I love it. If I have one complaint, it’s that some of the Wallflower characters have changed a bit, or aren’t treated with the care and respect they’re normally given. They have some out-of-place and out-of-character dialogues and interactions that make me feel Kleypas was starting to run dry on ink, meaning that – as much as I’ll miss them – this is definitely the right place to wrap the series up. "
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