Feb 22, 2010

Book Review: Swinging on a Star by Janice Thompson

"If Aunt Rosa hadn't landed that gig on the Food Network, I probably wouldn't have ended up on the national news. And if their pesky camera crew hadn't shown up at our house on one of the most important days of my life, I'm pretty sure I wouldn't have been hauled off to the Galveston County jail. Unlike my brother Armando, I'd never aspired to get arrested or have my face plastered across the television screen on the evening news. But thanks to Aunt Rosa's homemade garlic bread, I found myself facing both of these things...and in exactly that order." Swinging on a Star, pg 7.

Bella Rossi's job as wedding coordinator is to help make the bride's dream come true. But the medieval wedding could be ruined if the paparazzi gets wind of who the best man is. Bella finds herself guarding not only the doors, but her heart, from the Hollywood heartthrob. Of course, her eccentric Italian family is good for a few laughs of their own. Will Bella survive the week? Will the wedding be everything that the bride wants? Will the Hollywood star open his eyes to see the God behind it all?

Swinging on a Star is the second book in the Weddings by Bella series. It's a romantic comedy that will keep you giggling through the pages. I enjoyed the first book in the series: Fools Rush In, and this story didn't disappoint. Janice did a great job capturing the full loving Rossi family. It's a story of love and life and thinking of others more than yourself.

This light hearted romance has it all: Knights in shining armor, Damsel's in distress, Horse drawn carriages, and Cowboys in tights, with an extra large helping of food, family and fun. You don't want to miss Swinging on a Star.

Available now at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.

(I received a complimentary copy of this book for the purpose of review.)

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