Sep 8, 2012

Review: Too Good to Be True by Kristan Higgins

Too Good to Be True by Kristan Higgins
Genre: Contemporary Romance
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Synopsis from goodreads
When Grace Emerson's ex-fiancé starts dating her younger sister, extreme measures are called for. To keep everyone from obsessing about her love life, Grace announces that she's seeing someone. Someone wonderful. Someone handsome. Someone completely made up. Who is this Mr. Right? Someone...exactly unlike her renegade neighbor, Callahan O'Shea. Well, someone with his looks, maybe. His hot body. His knife-sharp sense of humor. His smarts and big heart.

Whoa. No. Callahan O'Shea is not her perfect man! Not with his unsavory past. So why does Mr. Wrong feel so...right?
My Thoughts

Before I go deep into my incoherent ranting I would just like to point out that from the four books I have read from Miss Higgins, this is the second book I loved. Now that is out of the way lemme tell you why I loved it. 

First, this is more of a how the characters first met and fell in love sort of story so comparing the previous books from Kristan Higgins I love reading about a boy meets girls and the process along the way of falling in love rather then they were already in love for years just didn't say it out loud. 

The story in general is pretty nice. Grace take on how she had lied about her 'boyfriend' is pretty hilarious,  and reminded me a lot about my sixth grade. Yeah we all do it once to get into those social circles which  later becomes rather awkward to talk about. Callahan O'Shea is not the typical boy next door we read so much about but in a way he also sort of is. 

Must read.

I give this

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About The Author 

Kristan Higgins lives in a small Connecticut town with her two children and husband. She is a contemporary romance writer, she loves to write books about relationships, since the search for love and security is one of the driving forces of life. 
Find out more about Kristan Higgins from her goodreads/website/blog


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