Sunday, September 6, 2009

Fools Rush In by Janice Thompson

Hilariously funny and incredibly heartwarming: two phrases I use to tell people what Janice Thompson novels are like. I'm so happy to let you know that Janice's new series, 'Weddings by Bella', lives up to that description.

Bella reluctantly inherits the family business...well, ONE of them, anyway. Her parents are ready to retire and she's now in charge of what she calls "Club Wed"...a custom wedding planning business. But is Bella in over her head?

Her first wedding has a country-western theme, and the only country Bella is familiar with is Italy. She sets out to hire a deejay familiar with the twangy, boot-scootin' toons, and stumbles across the best in the business.

She gets the best in the business...D.J. Neeley, that is. Construction business, that is. Her hilarious mishap ends up blending Tex-Mex with the best of Italy, and the results are one of the best contemporary romance novels published this year!

Janice Thompson has been a favorite of mine for a long time, and I'm excited about her new series! "Fools Rush In" is flavored with great characters that become friends, laced with humor that will have you chuckling as you flip pages, and sprinkled with some much needed Biblical lessons that we all can benefit from.

I'm giving the first in what I hope is a long line of 'Weddings By Bella' novels five out of five bookmarks with a boot as a charm...mine is green faux leather with a deep green fringe...perfect for scootin' across the dance floor.

Happy Reading!



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Unknown said...

Thank you SO much for this sweet review. I am tickled pink that you loved the book. Can't wait for you to read the next one! Thanks again!

Lori (sugarandgrits) said...

I can't wait to read this book, actually the whole series, they all sound great! Thank you for sharing your review. :)

~ Lori
(my Book Reviews blog)

Holly (2 Kids and Tired) said...

Deena, this one was just delightful, wasn't it? I can't wait for the next one.