Marriage of Inconvenience - Penny Reid

Marriage of Inconvenience

By Penny Reid

  • Release Date: 2018-03-06
  • Genre: Contemporary
Marriage of Inconvenience book review score

5 Score: 5 (From 72 Ratings)

Marriage of Inconvenience Penny Reid Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

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  • Another Great Read by Penny!

    5
    By Gail716
    I loved this book. I am a bit sad that it was the last of the knitting group girls - I have read all of them plus the Winston bros. There isn’t a book from Penny Reid that I haven’t liked. I can’t wait to reread the books from the beginning.
  • Perfect ending to my favorite series

    5
    By Anjchal
    Dan and Kat story was the perfect ending to the KITC series. I absolutely love Penny’s writing style. It has humor, emotion some real life situations and very relatable characters. They are quirky, normal, strong individuals. Dan was freaking awesome in the book. Kat was also great but I did not like her extreme self negativity. I love the ending and the epilog. Just sad that the series has ended… I am not ready to say goodbyes to these characters.
  • Review: Knitting in the City 7: Marriage of Inconvenience

    5
    By @LisaHines711
    Marriage of Inconvenience by Penny Reid is the seventh full length romance in her Knitting in the City series. This is Dan the Security Man and Kit-Kat's story, also known as Dan O'Malley and Kathleen Caravel-Tyson. Told in dual POV and can be read as a standalone this is yet another fantabulously wonderful tale from one of my absolute favorite authors, ever! I absolutely adored getting to see more of Dan's perspective having become familiar with him throughout the series. His outlook on Kat, his relationship with his brother, his origins in Boston and his Dog Wally's real name! Kit-Kat was always an enigma throughout the previous books. Quite, supportive, loyal and obviously attracted to Dan but with little else to go on seeing things from her perspective was also eye-opening and keenly interesting. These two mis-matched people together crated an absolutely perfect whole. Despite the difference int their upbringings, one person's lack was another's strength and the depth of their feelings for each other just could NOT be kept down. An addictive page-turner that was devoured in as short a time as possible I highly recommend any and all things Penny Reid. Enjoy!

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