Pages: 100 pages
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Intro Babble: Kate is my favorite character in all of Shakespeare. That being said, I don't like Shakespeare very much. But, nevertheless, I have always identified with the shrew. I spent much of the time I was reading Woo'd in Haste anticipating reading Wed at Leisure.
Heroine: Kate-I loved Kate as I expected I would. Some may dismiss her as just a typically bratty character but she had her reasons for raising hell. I wanted to give her whole family a sound wallop especially her mother. She had such emotional depth. She wasn't exactly likable all the time but I always empathized with her.
Hero: Peter-When you first meet Peter you wonder how he could be the one to end up with Kate. His is such a mellow and fun character. He was immediately likable and I worried for him because I thought Kate would tear him limb from limb.
Chemistry-When you first meet Kate and Peter, it's almost amazing to think that these two completely different people can have even the slightest bit of believable chemistry. But they do. And I think it's their differences that make it work. Kate and Peter make each other better. In a way, I think this works better than Bianca and Lucien who are very similar.
Ending Babble: I loved this book. I liked Woo'd in Haste but this is the book that will keep me coming back to this series. I love Kate and Peter and they had such amazing chemistry even though I doubted that Peter would even manage to survive Kate. I really loved the contrast in Kate and Peter's characters and the way Darby was able to build chemistry based on those differences.