Tuesday, May 11, 2010

It Had to Be You by Janice Thompson (Review)

Paperback: 330 pages
Publisher: Revell; Original edition (May 1, 2010)
ISBN-13: 978-0800733445

About the book:

Bella couldn't be happier that her long-feuding Aunt Rosa and Uncle Lazarro have finally admitted their love for one another and are getting married. Their forties-style wedding is sure to be a night to remember. But when the Rossi house begins to fill up with family from Italy--and an old mobster from New Jersey--life starts to get complicated. Will Lazarro's friend from the past drive the happy couple apart once more? And will Bella ever have time to think of her own rapidly-approaching wedding amidst the chaos? Full of laugh-out-loud humor, plenty of Italian passion, and a bit of Texas gumption, It Had to Be You is the satisfying conclusion to an entertaining series.

My Review:
I greatly enjoyed the third and final book in the Weddings by Bella series. In fact the whole series is good. This book has more of the author's trademark humor and quirky characters. Even though a lot happens in this book it flows well and comes to a satifying conclusion. The characters are plot are unique and interesting. I think the books should be read in order to get the full effect of this last one. Highly Recommended.

About the author:

Janice Thompson is a seasoned romance author and native Texan. An experienced wedding coordinator herself, Thompson brings alive in her books the everyday drama and humor of getting married. She is the author of Fools Rush In and Swinging on a Star. She lives in Texas.

Available May 2010 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.

Review copy provided by Donna at Revell. Thank you. :)

1 comment:

Bookfool said...

What an adorable cover. I've never heard of this series -- or, if I have, I forgot already. Sounds like a winner.

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