Monday, August 9, 2010

Swinging on a Star by Janice Thompson

Who doesn’t love a good romantic comedy?

Here’s the summary:

Bella Rossi's life is nearing perfection. Not only does she have the perfect guy, but she's also running a successful wedding-planning business and is about to plan its most ambitious wedding yet--a Renaissance-themed fairy tale come true, complete with period costumes and foods, horse-drawn carriages, and even a castle. There's only one hitch. The best man just happens to be Hollywood's hottest and most eligible bachelor, and he's showing an interest in Bella. Oh, and did we mention he's staying at her house to avoid the paparazzi?

With all the pressure surrounding this wedding, Bella's not sure she's going to make it through. Add her starstruck sister and her feuding aunt and uncle, and you've got a recipe for disaster--and a lot of laughs.

And now, my review:

Toss together a wedding coordinator with an eccentric Italian family, a famous actor, and a noisy supposed-to-be-evangelistic bird name Guido, and you’re in for some fun.

Oh, and don’t forget the heroine’s fiancé.

And her need to prove herself.

With her signature humor and pizazz, Janice Thompson delivers another delicious romantic comedy. Her characters are fun to watch and because we’re in first person (which I love), we get to go along for the ride.

There’s a fairy tale wedding, a knight in shining armor and a lady-in-waiting. Romance readers, enjoy!

2 comments:

Janice said...

Suh-weet! I'm so glad you enjoyed the book. Thanks so much for sharing such a lovely review!

Annette M. Irby said...

You're welcome, Janice. :) Keep writing those romantic comedies!