Thursday, May 20, 2010

It Had To Be You: Book Review

About The Book:

Get ready for a double dose of wedding frenzy!

Bella couldn't be happier that two of her long-feuding relatives have finally admitted their love for one another and are getting married. Their forties-style wedding is sure to be a night to remember. But when the Rossi house begins to fill up with family from Italy--and an old mobster from New Jersey--life starts to get complicated. Will a friend from the past drive the happy couple apart once more? And will Bella ever have time to think of her own rapidly approaching wedding amid the chaos?
Full of humor, plenty of Italian passion, and a bit of Texas gumption, It Had to Be You will have you laughing out loud and wiping a tear from your eye.

About The Author:

Janice Thompson is a seasoned romance author and native Texan. An experienced wedding coordinator herself, Thompson brings alive in her books the everyday drama and humor of getting married. She is the author of Fools Rush In and Swinging on a Star. She lives in Texas.

You can read an excerpt of this book here (in PDF format)

My Review:

This is the third book in the Weddings By Bellas series, and it was just as good as the other two books! I loved it! It Had To Be you is very well written, with well developed, and so lovable, characters! It is a super quick read, and though part of a series, it could hold its own as a stand-alone novel (although reading the other two books gives you a good background to the characters). There is some hysterical chaos that ensues when you have a large, Italian family getting together to have a wedding. I am part-Italian, so I can totally relate to this chaos! There is never a dull moment in this book, and you will laugh and cry at the antics displayed through the author! A great read, and I highly recommend it for you summer reading list!

BUY IT: Available at your favourite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group"

***A complimentary copy of this book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc for the purpose of review on this blog***

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