Do you ever smile while you are reading a book? My husband caught me smiling at That’s (Not Exactly) Amore by Tracey Bateman.
The heroine Laini Sullivan is an unconfident, slightly heavy, red-headed, thirty year old living in Manhattan. She is studying to be an interior designer, but selling baked goods on the side. Living on her own, but going to her mother’s every weekend. Dating a policeman, and interested in an Italian man who might have mob connections. (I seriously never thought he had mob connections, but Laini wondered.)
Even though I have never personally experienced any of the circumstances Laini went through – except for being interested in an Italian man – it was a fun, relaxing read. There was even a time during my reading when I wondered who Laini would end up with.
Warning: It did make me hungry by talking about all those fresh baked goods.
That’s (Not Exactly) Amore is Book Three in the Drama Queens Series. Last week I went and found Book One at the library. 🙂
To find out more about this book and read the first chapter visit the Christian Fiction Blog Alliance site.
To find out more about Tracey Bateman you can visit her blog.