Do you want something light, fun and romantic?

Temps here in Dallas hit the century mark last weekend. Bursting_Thermometer__Arvin61r58-300px

Weekends I decompress and reload my brain cells. Often I read one or two books just for fun. No studying how to be a better blogger or writer. I read just read for the sake of reading.

Last weekend was like one the perfect time to curl up with a light, fun book. No one wants a heavy meal when the heat index is 105.

If you’re a Jane Austen fan, or like light, romance you might enjoy My Own Mr. Darcy by Karey White.

I can’t imagine many of us who didn’t get all mushy over Pride and Prejudice during our high school years. Ms. White lets us relive those feelings but also takes it a step further when her main character becomes obsessed with finding her real-life Mr. Darcy.

I debated back and forth between 4-5 stars but settled on 4 because of how Amazon defines 5 (loved it.) I really, really enjoyed My Mister Darcy. It was perfect for a hot, sunny summer afternoon.This romantic, nostalgic book will thrill Bridget Jones fans. It’s  light, fun, and a quick read.

Karey White did Jane Austen proud with this well-written story about a naive, romantic young woman who refuses to give up on her dreams of happily ever after. Sigh…

My Own Mr. Darcy by [White, Karey]

When do you find time to read for pleasure?

Read any good books lately? Do tell.

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2 thoughts on “Do you want something light, fun and romantic?

  1. Hi Jean. This looks like a perfect beachy/summer read – I’ll download it, now, since I’m off to the shore soon. Not to toot my own horn, but many have told me they enjoy my two page-turners while sitting on the beach or relaxing at home – THE RIGHT WRONG MAN and TWIN DESIRES. On hot sultry days like these (and believe me, in New England it’s been hot, muggy and sultry!) nothing like a tall glass of iced tea and a fun read. Stay cool!

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