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Little Miss Lovesick Paperback – November 24, 2012
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"Kitty Bucholtz's Little Miss Lovesick is a delightful read. The'voices' that swirl around in the heroine's head are a perfect echo ofyoung women who are looking for Mr. Right. Lots of smiles." - Charlotte Carter, author of Tail of Two Hearts
"The depth of characterization...allowed for human flaws, and made thecharacters seem like people I've known. Wonderful, fresh voice in cleancontemporary romance." - Linda Carroll-Bradd, author of Libbie: Bride of Arizona (American Mail-Order Brides Series Book 48)
"There were moments when I literally laughed out loud and my cheeks hurt fromsmiling. I will definitely be recommending this book to my fellow booklovers!" - Carrie K's Book Reviews
About the Author
Kitty Bucholtz grew up forty miles east of Traverse City, Michigan, the setting of this book. She went to college in Traverse City, met and married the love of her life, and waved goodbye to everything she knew when she and her husband John struck out for parts unknown.
Their adventures have included going back to school, changing careers, and traveling Down Under. They spent three years in Sydney, Australia, where Kitty earned her M.A. in Creative Writing from University of Technology, Sydney, while John made a penguin named Mumble dance. Kitty now writes wherever John is working on a film.
Only God knows where they’ll wind up next - but they’re pretty sure it will be another cool chapter in their adventure!
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I loved all of the detailed descriptions. Kitty Bucholtz definitely knows how to explain things to where my imagination was able to paint the pictures perfectly in my mind! There was a part of the story where it was raining outside and Sydney was wet and cold. I found myself so wrapped up in the story that I realized that I was feeling chilly and was actually a bit surprised when I looked out the window and the sun was shining with no rain in sight!
The characters seemed real and they were fun to read about. When reading a book, I always try to picture the characters in my head and these were easy to picture. I found myself wishing that they were real people that I could meet! Maybe not GT quite as much as the others though!!! There were times when I did find myself getting frustrated, but in a good way. Anxious to see how it was going to end but not wanting it to end too soon either!
All in all, I really liked this book and can't wait to read another Kitty Bucholtz book! I actually got this one on my kindle but now that I know that I like the style of this author I'll be wanting to have these books on my ever growing bookshelf!
I often found myself laughing as I agreed with the thoughts of the leading lady and feeling a little swooney over Matt, the main male character. While I've read some novels labeled as Romantic Comedies that seemed to fail to live up to the comedic aspect, Little Miss certainly did not and I loved the humor.
Lastly, I enjoyed being in Sydney's head throughout the story - her emotions, humor and character were all very natural and realistic, which made the book that much more enjoyable. I highly recommend this fun, clean romantic comedy!
The story, as secular (not Christian) was very well written and engaging. Might even be considered clean for the secular world as they didn't get any farther than um, first base. I loved the humor. I felt for Sydney - and even cared about her. I liked Matt--and Sydney's co-workers--and all the characters, really. It was a cute story.
If you like clean secular romances, give LITTLE MISS LOVESICK a try. If swearing and drinking and thinking too much about sex bothers you in a Christian novel, then don't pick this one up.
Sydney's been trying hard to get over the hurt of being dumped by her her long-time boyfriend, yet nothing seems to be working. But life is about to get a lot more interesting.......and not always in a good way........ after a long weekend fishing in the UP!
A sweet romance with a lot of humor. Definitely a keeper.