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Fools Rush In (Weddings by Bella, Book 1) by Janice Thompson

The Book:

Bella has taken over her family wedding business and is determined to give it her best. Her very first wedding arrangement is a boot scoot’n country wedding and she is a nervous wreck. When looking for someone to play the music she meets DJ. DJ not only agrees to act as the deejay for the wedding but his brother Bubba will help with the food as well.

Is her first themed wedding going to be a success? Is she also going to be paving the way for her own wedding and finding her dream man this time?

The View:

I downloaded this free e-book on my Kindle and took quite a few days to finish it because of my schedules. I read the first few chapters real quick and came back to it only after a couple of days. What surprised me is that I remembered every detail of what I had read earlier and did not even have to brush up my memory. I think I would attribute this to the comical presentation.

The story was hilarious and well presented. Quite a few scenes in the book made me laugh out loud and I even read a few chapters again (I rarely do this!). The book focussed quite a bit on the characters in the Rossi family and their daily life. This would have been a tad bit boring if it had not been for the uniqueness of each of them. I also liked that quite a few Italian slangs / phrases were thrown across the book. It got us so much more closer to the big family of the Rossi’s – almost like you lived with them and were a part of their craziness.

The characters were all so like-able. Bella in particular is someone I would love to see again. Obviously DJ is perfect and the romance they share is cute.

Fools Rush in is a great book with just the right mixture of romance, comedy, family fun and religion. How often do you see all these aspects blended perfectly in a book? I have not read something like this for a while and I would recommend it for a relaxed day. Rated a 4 on 5.

I particularly liked this sentence in the book and thought I should share it.

Life is fill of curious coincidences. I call them bada-bing, bada-boom moments.


4 Responses

  1. Glad this was an enjoyable read–I grabbed it when it was offered free for my Nook. Have a wonderful week!

  2. I have this one and it sounds great.

  3. I’m so glad you enjoyed it! Woo-hoo! Thanks for reading. 🙂

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