I admit it, a lot of the books I read are just for fun. I don't have to be educating myself every time I read. I like to read, I like to be entertained. Someone recently referred to a book I was/am planning to read as "bubblegum for the mind". Is that a bad thing?
Also, I have a different rating system (in my head), based on the type of book I'm reading. Is that weird?
Anyway, I just finished reading Head Over Heels by Jill Shalvis while I was waiting for mom to get out of her dentist and eye doctor appointments today. I liked the book, even though some might think of it as bubblegum.
Head Over Heels is the third installment in the Lucky Harbor series. The series is basically a boy meets girl, boy or girl aren't sure they want be more than friends with benefits, and true love conquers all. I probably didn't ruin the ending by the last statement, because you know if they are having the benefits they are going to end up together, it's just the way the bubble pops.
The first three books in the series are about three half sisters, all with the same mother, a free spirit who never settled down and followed the Grateful Dead from town to town. When the mother dies, she leaves her daughter a B&B and they live together for the first time, while they remodel and open the B&B. In Head Over Heels, Chloe takes center stage.
Chloe is a wild child, who is just starting to want to settle down. She is the only sister who was raised by her mother and doesn't seem to believe she has a right to be happy. Sawyer, the town sheriff, grew up in Lucky Harbor and spend all his time doing good, to make up for the fact that he was trouble when he was a teenager. He also doesn't seem to believe he has a right to be happy.