Book reviews are subjective. I tend to rate books not according to how “perfect” they are, seem to be, or are said to be in general but rather to how perfect they are to me.
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
(Click the title to find the book description/blurb.)
“You’re disruptive, Miss Beasley… Sound and fury don’t necessarily mean substance.”
“Neither does sitting on your butt with a book all day.”
Aimee Beasley isn’t the sort of woman interested in taking life sitting down, as it seems the serious professor Doyle Berkley is doing in Playing Cupid by author Christine S. Feldman. (A professor, Doyle is, but not Aimee’s professor, just to make that clear.) This last Heavenly Bites novella wraps up the series nicely after the fashion of its predecessors, with a holiday theme—Valentine’s Day, in this case—and a good mixture of “lighter and heavier” ingredients to make for a well-rounded read.
It’s a two-for-one romance, really, and can easily be read in one sitting. Or maybe in two, if read in order with its delightful Christmas and New Year’s counterparts.
The Heavenly Bites series starts with Pastels and Jingle Bells.