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I’m torn on my reaction to Worth the Scandal. While the concept of the story was interesting, it also felt a bit formulaic. I can get past cookie cutter storylines as long as there’s something more added in to make it its own, but I just didn’t feel like that happened here.
I also had a hard time with the hero, Alexander Worth. His mixed signals could mess anyone up and his treatment of Tessa when everything went down was baffling to him. I definitely don’t think he deserved Tessa and didn’t do enough in the end to win her back.
I did like Tessa’s character, although she is a bit of a doormat at the beginning; the steps that she took to take care of herself after everything that happened though shows how resilient she can be. I don’t blame her for her actions and readers do get a sense of her growth throughout the second half of the story.
Overall, I liked Alexander and Tessa’s story. The passion between them was evident from the beginning of the text but I didn’t feel like the characters were developed enough to truly understand some of their decisions and actions.
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Audible Review: Summer Roberts’ narration, in my opinion, made the story better. Her voice helped the story to flow and even though the story didn’t entirely grab my attention, Roberts’ voice allowed me to continue listening to see how Alexander and Tessa’s story ended.