About the Novella:Finding love should be easy, but wedding photographer Pheobe Ward knows better. When Cupid shows up on a crazy mission to help her—and save the world in the process—Phoebe realizes love might be even more complicated than she thought. Even with Cupid showing her Mr. Right, she can’t stop thinking about his best friend, Mr. Wrong.
Cal Crawford has never had time for love, but now he’s falling for Phoebe. Which means it’s got to be just plain wrong to set her up with his best friend, right? But even though seeing Phoebe with someone else will break his heart, he can’t walk away from her.
Phoebe can’t afford to choose the wrong guy with the fate of the world at stake. But maybe Cupid has it wrong. Maybe she has to rely just a little bit on Cupid, and a whole lot more on her heart.
My thoughts: This was a really cute story and you should be able to read it in under an hour. Even with the short format, you could still feel the attraction and the tension between Cal and Phoebe, and the forced attraction between Phoebe and Adam. Story left me thinking about all the things that would be missing in my life if love didn't exist in the world. Great little novella.
~I received a complimentary ecopy of A Little Bit Cupid from Entangled Publishing in exchange for my unbiased review.~
About the author: Jennifer Shirk has a bachelor degree in pharmacy--which has in NO WAY at all helped her with her writing career. But she likes to point it out, since it shows romantic-at-hearts come in all shapes, sizes, andmind-numbingeducations.
Thanks so much
to Books and Needlepoint for having me today!
Some of you may
or may not know that I have romantic comedy out now called A Little Bit Cupid. It's
set in Boston, MA. Boston is not exactly what you would call "paradise"
but it does happen to be one of my favorite cities in the U.S.
Want to know
what places I DO consider paradise?
Because I have a list. And as of yet, I have never set a book in one of these
places. Maybe it's time I change that!
Places I Consider Paradise
10) Napa Valley Wine
Country in CA --rolling hills, vineyards, and wine. So lovely that I've
vacationed there FOUR times!
9) Charleston, SC--the lush plantations, the
palm trees--and the food! The hubby and I totally ate our way through this
8) Bonita Springs, FL --where I go and visit the
in-laws when they're in FL.
7) Marblehead, MA--true New England feel along
the water, quaint shops, and the birthplace of the Navy.
6) Glacier National Park,
mountains, the views, the clean air!
5) Puerto Rico-- the aqua-colored water,the great food--and no need for
4) The Atlantis, in Nassau,
heaven, all the amenities you could ever want and more. Vacationed there four
3)Newport, RI all the yachts, the lovely
New England coast, and the mansions. So pretty!
2) Ocean City, NJ Yes, little NJ has a piece
of paradise in the south. BEST BEACH in the east coast, in my humble opinion.
1) Home Ha!Sorry, but I do tend to me a bit of a homebody. I love stay vacations
And there's my
list. Have you to been to any of these places?
Well, you should
check them out. And you should also check out my romance A Little Bit Cupid--not
paradise, but very sweet and fun!