Book Review: Truly, Madly

14 Jun

The sudden reappearance of book reviews on the blog should not suggest to anyone that I suddenly have free time because, ha!  All it really means is that I love to read and I have really been missing it, so I sacrifice a little bit of sleep every night to read a chapter.

Fortunately for me, the last book was a quick, easy read and I really enjoyed it.

Heather Webber's Truly, MadlyTruly, Madly: A Novel by new author Heather Webber was (I think?) sent to me by GoodReads, since I had an advanced reading copy.  The book is a little bit of a murder mystery, a little paranormal, a little romance…

I thought it was a great, easy read that was fun and relaxing.  The writing style was easy and approachable, and I cared enough about the characters that when I was finished I logged on to Amazon and put the next book in the series (due out in August) on my wishlist.  So I guess that’s a good sign, right?


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2 Responses to “Book Review: Truly, Madly”

  1. Elizabeth June 14, 2010 at 9:33 pm #

    I just read that! I won a copy from a blogger that I found through the book club Book Lush. I thought it was very cute..I really liked the characters, although I had a hard time swallowing the cheesiness of matchmaking company with last name Valentine. Even if they would have done Verona or something that reminds you of cupid/romance/shakespeare..but to go so blatant with Valentine just made me smirk..but other than that I had a great time reading it.


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