Wednesday, 21 March 2018

Review: My Lady's Choosing: An Interactive Romance by Kitty Curran and Larissa Zageris

My Lady's Choosing: An Interactive Romance
Kitty Curran and Larissa Zageris
Publisher:Quirk Books
Format: Paperback
Release Date: April 3rd, 2018
Purchase: [Amazon] [Chapters/Indigo]
This scandalous chooseable-path romance novel demands you determine your own romantic adventure-and satisfy all your earthly desires along the way!

Endless scenarios of high romance, deep desire, and quivering...comedy await your tender caress in this chooseable path romance novel. You are the plucky but penniless heroine in the center of 19th-century society, the courtship season has begun, and your future is at hand...
* Will you flip forward fetchingly to find love with the bantering baronet, Sir Benedict Granville?
* Or turn the page to true love with the hardworking, handsome, horse-loving highlander, Captain Angus McTaggart?
* Or perhaps you will chase through the chapters a good man gone mad, bad, and scandalous to know, in the arousing form of Lord Garraway Craven?
* Or read recklessly on to take to the continent as the "traveling companion" of the spirited and adventuresome Lady Evangeline?
* ...or yet another intriguing fate?

Whether it's forlorn orphans and fearsome werewolves, mistaken identities and swashbuckling swordfights, or long-lost lovers and pilfered Egyptian artifacts, every delightful twist and turn of the romance genre unfolds at your behest! Prepare to open your heart, open your mind, and open-this book.

My Lady's Choosing wasn't a book I happened to stumble upon on Goodreads or in the traditional sense; at a bookstore. It was, instead, a title that was introduced to me, with much high praise, through Penguin Random House of Canada. It was pitched as a unique and interactive romance, perfect for readers who like to choose their own happily ever afters. My first experience with such a novel was with R.L. Stine's Escape from the Carnival (1995). It was a "choose your own scare" title, the first of many in that series, and I was instantly enthralled by the very idea that I could choose exactly what the hero/heroine would do and say, and take them exactly down the path I desired. With that said, My Lady's Choosing by Kitty Curran and Larissa Zageris became instantly intriguing to me.

My Lady's Choosing by Kitty Curran and Larissa Zageris can be approached in many different ways. From my experience, readers can immediately choose exactly how they wish the heroine to interact with a large array of different characters (best friend, love interests, etc). Each opportunity can be found to lead the heroine either closer or futher to her love interest, depending on their choices. In that regard, I immediately noticed that the tale could go far further than Sir Benedict Granville and Captain Angus McTaggart. In fact, there are far more characters I, personally, have yet to discover, including an opportunity to travel to Egypt and meet more intriguing characters. However, I did complete the paths for both Benedict and Angus, as they seemed to be the shortest and most easily accessible through the decision making process.

Overall, I greatly enjoyed My Lady's Choosing: An interactive Romance. It was easy to read, the characters were intriguing immediately upon introduction, and I found it to be a breath of fresh air in comparison to other historical romance novels. I highly recommend it to romance readers who are looking for something a little bit different, who are certainly intrigued behind the idea of the title, and whom are also looking for a more diverse cast of love interests they can pick and choose.

4 / 5 Cupcakes

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  1. I'm currently reading this and having fun! I'm on my second time so I can choose differently and see where I end up this time.

  2. I am not a huge romance but when I was a child I very much enjoyed the books that you choose your own path such as this one. Anyways, romance or not this is on my TBR list :)