Author: Kathleen Long
Synopsis (from Amazon.com): Yin… Beatrice Love has a problem. When her apartment building turns condo,
she’s forced to land a “real” job to secure financing – and fast. Accustomed to
freelancing as a graphic designer, she has a propensity for creative
distraction. From fuzzy bunny slippers to feng shui, she believes in surrounding
herself with whatever it takes to increase positive energy flow.
Nate McNulty craves order. When his Aunt Martha, owner of McNulty Events,
announces she’s selling, he’ll do whatever it takes to save the family firm. Her
first demand is to successfully produce the prestigious Worthington Cup, a
regional kennel club show. One event coordinator short, Nate hires Bunny, and
the two agree to a mentor/apprentice relationship.
Zing… GET BUNNY
LOVE is a story of opposites attract. For Bunny, the only thing grayer than the
walls of McNulty Events is Nate’s stifled personality. To Nate, Bunny is a
distractingly mop-topped creative menace. Will she be able to see past his
lackluster exterior to the sizzling man inside? Will he be able to admit her
creative chaos has brought him back to life?
My thoughts: I happened to come across this book completely by mistake as a freebie for my Kindle app on my iPad. I started reading it to pass the time while I was on the elliptical and I must say it was actually pretty good. It certainly isn’t going to win any literary awards for writing, plot, or anything else, but it is a charming chick lit/cozy type book.
The ever eccentric, creative, fun-loving Beatrice “Bunny” Love, who is interested in chi and feng shui finds herself working as an event planner at the successful McNulty firm, with Nate McNulty, the straight-laced, uptight, uncreative, ever professional son of the McNulty family. Do you see where I am going with this? Needless to say these opposites find themselves in more than one sticky situation as they plan the great Worthington Dog Show.
Overall, I thought it was a fun read. Bunny’s character is fun, quirky, and adds a great bit of humor to the book.
A great, quick beach read or for that matter a great book for the gym 🙂
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