Book Review: The Earl's Cinderella Countess by Amanda McCabe

The one match...
She doesn’t want to make...

The Earl of Fleetwood was Eleanor St. Aubin’s first love, but being a mere vicar’s daughter held her back from admitting her feelings. Now she's a successful matchmaker, and the prospect of finding Frederick the wealthy wife he needs to settle his inherited debts is a nightmare come true! But returning from war, Frederick’s facing nightmares of his own. Eleanor feels compelled to help him, but could she ever be his Cinderella countess?

This was my first book by Amanda McCabe and unfortunately I didn't care for it. It was very repetitive and there were a few things that didn't make sense. Things or people that weren't there, then suddenly they were. There was also so much going on with secondary characters but there was no depth to them at all. It was strange that you could see things from so many different points of view also. The main characters kept doing the same thing just on a different day and was very repetitive. The writing didn't flow well, there was too much telling and it seemed like a first draft of a novel. 

*I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.