Friday, June 28, 2013

Love Come To Me

Happy Friday!  It would appear that Pinterest has changed how they imbed pins and I can't seem to figure out how it now works.  So, I might not be sharing any more Friday Funday posts that include my favorite pins for the week.  Therefore, today I thought I'd share a light and fluffy book review to round out this week and prepare you for the weekend.

My mother-in-law said the funniest thing to me earlier this week.  We were talking about the kinds of books that we like to read and she was going through her list and included some genres that she didn't like.  And you know what one of them was?  She termed it "bodice busters."  I started laughing and she asked me, "Well, isn't that what they call them?"  I told her I'd never heard of that term before, but I liked it and thought it was funny. 

Well, if you've read this blog for any length of time you know that, from time to time, I need a little fluff in between intense books.  And sometimes that includes a "bodice buster."  Well, that's what I was looking for whenever I picked up this latest Lisa Kleypas.  I had just finished The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich, The Light Between Oceans and Redeeming Love.  I'd read enough factoids to go on for a bit and I'd cried/teared up enough that I didn't want to pick up another book that would make me feel the same way.  So, behold...

There is just something about a Kleypas book that makes for a fantastic reading palate cleanser.  Whenever you pick up one of her books you know precisely what's going to happen...two people are going to fall in love and live happily ever after in the end.  Yet, how she weaves her story is always enjoyable even if it does fall within that "bodice buster" classification.  Love Come to Me wasn't my favorite Kleypas, but it was still pretty enjoyable and I would recommend it if you're in the mood for this kind of book.

1 comment:

  1. I hate that it isn't a new favorite, but you know that I'll be reading it anyways!



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