Fiction Review Friday?

Friday, 9 May 2014

So, I'm wondering if I should make this a regular thing. Maybe instead of Friday Fun, I feature fiction every Friday. Dayum. Say that 10 times fast.

I have read probably a million books, and I really should be writing more reviews. Plus, I could use the occasional Friday post to feature my own work. What do you think?

In the spirit of this, I am going to leave you with a review today which is long overdue. Ages ago, I was asked by Robin Bielman and Annie Seaton to review their new releases. I did. And I listed the reviews on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, GoodReads, and here-- or so I thought. It would seem (after I went searching for one of them on my blogs recently) that I never did put them on here. And that is seriously overdue.

So, without further ado, I give you the first of those reviews for Italian Affair by Annie Seaton.

Brianna isn't the type to settle down. She  wouldn't even be considering marriage if it wasn't the only thing standing between her and her inheritance. Brianna has four days to find a husband or lose the only link she has to the mother she never knew. Tom doesn't know the first thing about spontaneity. He's spent his life playing by the rules, planning his every move, and he's decided it's time to cut lose. But his first impulsive move will change his life forever-- he offers to marry the beautiful stranger he met on the plane to Italy.

I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The vivid descriptions of Italy had me longing to visit and share a bottle, or two, of red with the true-to-life characters. It was an easy, satisfying read-- perfect for the summer. I haven't read the first in Annie Seaton's Affair Series, but after reading this, I certainly will!

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