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The Misadventures of Catie Bloom

Hi, everyone!  I have finished yet another book (not one on my September TBR list – shocker right?)  This book was sent to me for review.  Here goes…


Book – The Misadventures of Catie Bloom
Author – Brooke Stanton
Series – The Bloom Sisters
Publisher – Coco and Bee
Genre – Romantic Comedy


Rating:
three-stars


Synopsis:

Catie Bloom has it all.

A gorgeous husband, cooking skills to rival Julia Child, a wildly successful column for Simply Chic magazine, and The New York Times just labeled her the younger, hipper Martha Stewart for the next generation.

Except, it’s all a lie.

No husband. She can’t cook. She can’t even organize her underwear drawer.

It all comes to a head when Catie’s boss invites a TV crew into her home to film a homecoming special featuring the latest media darling—panty-dropping Max Euston, a travel journalist whose latest assignment left him wounded, recovering from amnesia, and a national hero. Now Catie needs to learn to cook, fake being a Domestic Goddess, and find a husband in less than a week. And it all needs to seamlessly come together while being filmed on national TV.

A story about realizing who you are through self-deception, love, heartbreak, and, finally, self-discovery.’


I am yet again reminded of why I do not gravitate toward romantic books.  They all feel exactly the same to me.  Maybe I just haven’t been reading the right ones?

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This was a sweet story.  I’d say this is one of those easy reads for summer when you do not want a heavy or complex story.

The plot, like I said, felt very familiar, and I guess this distracted me a lot.  The ending did give me a small flutter of joy, and I’m fairly certain that I might pick up the next book.  I did invest in Catie – hoping she will fall for the right man.  *Sigh*

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The writing was good and kept me interested.  There were no visible spelling or grammatical mistakes to distract me from my reading.  This is a great thing.  I hate grammatical mistakes and spelling mistakes are like nails on a chalkboard for me!

Overall, this is a good book.  I would have liked some more plot twists, maybe something entirely unexpected…  I would suggest this for lovers of romantic comedies.  I bet if you like this reading genre, this will be a lot better for you.

Love Always,
C

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