Love Literary Style by Karin Gillespie

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This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration.

Love Literary Style

Summary: Low brow meets high brow in a literary love story. Can an emotionally-stunted literary novelist and a vivacious romance writer find their happily-ever after? Even when she becomes more successful than he? Love Literary Style spoofs romantic comedy tropes, winks at literary pretensions and pokes fun at book publishing. Like Legally Blonde only in the literary world. Inspired by the author’s New York Times article “Masters in Chick Lit.” A sparkling romantic comedy for fans of the Rosie Project.

Traveling With T’s Thoughts:

This is my first book by Karin Gillespie to read and it won’t be my last!

I loved Laurie. She was funny, sweet and such a believer in happily ever after. I also loved how she unabashedly chased her dreams.

Aaron, on the other hand, is prickly. A super literary snob. And if I had to read “This wasn’t worth the papyrus it was printed on” one more time, I was going to have to add Aaron to the “characters who may need killing” list.

However, Laurie and Aaron- through their faults and their opposite view points on life, were really a cute couple.

Bottom line: For me this was fun, cute and sweet. Aaron can be a bit annoying at times with his super literary snob ways, but you can tell he has a good heart. Also adored the inside peek into an author’s world šŸ™‚

 

*This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration. All thoughts and opinions are mine alone.*

 

Happy Reading and Bookishly Yours,

T @ Traveling With T

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