Monday, February 13, 2012

Review: Falling Fast by Lucy Kevin

Falling Fast by Lucy Kevin
Publisher: self-published 
Pages: 136 
Format: nookbook
Buy the Book: Amazon

Goodreads:  When Alexa is sent by a magazine to be an undercover contestant on the reality TV series "Falling For Mr. Right" she assumes the worst part of the assignment will be having to act like a brainless bimbo to try and win the affection of an arrogant guy who is out looking for his fifteen minutes of fame. Color her shocked when it turns out that not only are several of her fellow contestants intelligent, funny women...but that Brandon - aka Mr. Right - isn't at all the kind of man she thought he'd be.

What's Alexa supposed to do when instead of digging up dirt for her cover story, she finds herself falling way too fast for the man she's supposed to tear apart in her first big feature story?

Kritters Thoughts:  As we approach Valentine's Day, I thought it would be perfect to share a sweet story that is light and fun, but also has a little love in it.  Centered around a young woman who isn't quite sure about herself and hasn't had the best of luck in the dating world.  Through the stories, she comes to find out that first you must love yourself before you can be loved by anyone - a lesson that is best learned through mistakes!  

A sweet novella that takes you behind the scenes of a dating show and to be honest, this book could be called fluff, but it was interesting to think how honest this behind the scenes glance could be.  With a little twist at the end, this book was lent to me by my sister and if she takes the time to read a book and send it my way, then any female should read it.  

Yes, it is February and I believe this book would be perfect to load on your new ereader for the upcoming beach season, it is just around the corner.  A chick lit with fun, romance, and a lot of heart - the perfect recipe. 

Rating:  perfect beach read

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1 comment :

  1. This sounds GREAT!! I rarely read anything that remotely seems like romance novels but I want to get out of my comfort zone and check out some good ones!!

    La Toya (La Toya, Literally.)


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