Book Review: Wigs On The Green


I can’t believe I’m writing this review. But I truly did not like this book!

I was so hopeful when I started it having loved the previous two books by Nancy but slowly I found myself really not liking it and by the time the pageant happen I was praying for it to end!

Jasper Aspect comes across as an annoying character and just gets worse throughout the book.

Noel Foster had a lot of potential. With the money he inherited he could have built a good life for himself instead his story ends the way it starts, in a dead end job with little prospect of being anything.

I also found the plot too political. Eugenia is clearly a thinly veiled version of Nancy’s sister Unity. There are also no mentions of my previously loved characters created by Nancy such as Albert or Jane.

I give this book 2/5


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