Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Turning Pages by Tristi Pinkston

Turning Pages by Tristi Pinkston
Inkberry Press
ISBN: 978-0983829362
Published July 27, 2012
Trade paperback, 240 pages

This was a fun, sweet and cute story. I wanted to read something light to end my month of January and this was perfect. Addie Preston is going through many changes in her life. Her father died in a car accident three months ago, handsome but arrogant Blake Hansen has just been hired as the new assistant librarian (a position she was aiming for) and the city counsel has decided to tear down her beloved library to build a newer and bigger one.

Addie isn't happy about this and protests in all the ways she knows how, but as she and Blake work long hours together, things begin to change. The story is predictable with some minor similarities to Pride and Prejudice, but I thought it also funny and lighthearted. I loved the fact that Addie worked in the library, of course, and her joy in all things books. Apart from the fact that her Dad died, her family seemed a little too perfect with never any arguments or bad feeling, except for grief.

If you need a sweet story that moves along at a good pace, Turning Pages will not disappoint. It's a squeaky clean romance with good elements of friendship and family values.

Note: This book is rated C = clean read.

Reviewed by Laura 

Disclosure: Thanks to the publisher for sending me this book for review. I was not compensated in any other way, nor told how to rate or review this product.

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