honeymoon228's review against another edition
This book had a good proposal and structure however it fell flat for me. It was too predictable as all chick lots are but this book seemed to get boring as I went on.
kittykornerlibrarian's review against another edition
I love this book. I have read it again and again. It's frivolous and romantic and it takes place in ITALY, what's not to love about it? It's written in emails and texts and journal entries, which in Meg Cabot's hands, is a format that works amazingly well. Jane Harris, world-renowned cartoon artist and creator of the Wondercat strip, goes to Italy to witness the wedding of her best friend Holly. Marc, the groom, also has a best friend, Cal Langdon, come as a witness to the ceremony, and Jane thinks he is too Type A and obnoxious from the first moment she sees him. And romance blooms... along with a lot of humor. I do love this book.
lengelmas's review against another edition
Stopped reading after the use of a slur for people with disabilities. I'm not sure how I even made it that far.
omgitsofg's review against another edition
- Plot- or character-driven? A mix
- Strong character development? It's complicated
- Loveable characters? It's complicated
- Diverse cast of characters? No
- Flaws of characters a main focus? No
jleaabell's review against another edition
It was hard to get into with te style it was written in but I found that by the end I very much enjoyed the story.
beetific's review against another edition
Even though I don't really like epistolary novels, this was pretty cute!
andolaria's review against another edition
Ya know, a fairly typical love story. Cute, though.