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Love and Gelato by Jenna Evans Welch – Book Review
Disappointed in their failing sibling relationship, their mother makes them an ultimatum. We're committed to providing low prices every day, on everything. It sounds so cute and fluffy. Is that too much to ask.Florence Rome Mashup review featuring gelto coming soon. Really drives home a good lesson to people about that. I love a good romance and I love travel.
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Jenna Evans Welch
This was a highly enjoyable summer read. When I think of quintessential summer reading, I think of a book that is indulgent, entertaining, and fast-paced. The characters are well developed, the story is interesting, there are enough twists to keep the plot moving forward, and the romance is very cute. I liked getting to know all of the main characters in this story. This book could benefit from being longer, in order to flesh out different parts of the plot and characters.
The upcoming follow-up takes the form of a heartwarming road trip through the gorgeous landscapes of Ireland. We all know pink Starbursts are the best Starbursts. Jenna Evans Welch you have now become a must read author for me girl. A cute cover for a cute story. And along the way she understands just how her mother fell in love with such a beautiful country, and how complicated the line between love and friendship can become.
The upcoming follow-up takes the form of a heartwarming road trip through the gorgeous landscapes of Ireland. Check out an exclusive excerpt below, and pre-order the book ahead of its May 8 release here. What do you picture when you imagine traveling through Ireland? Belting out drinking songs in a dim, noisy pub? Exploring mossy castles? Running barefoot through a field of four-leaf clovers?
A good writer leaves readers craving more and I was by no means unsatisfied with this story. I'm all for poor man's traveling, also known as reading about teenagers traipsing around the Irish countryside. All Rights Reserved. View all 12 comments.
Lina's romantic struggles are cute and not too intense or heavy. I enjoyed how the journal entries were added gradually into anv book-slowly, but that road also led to a place of healing and understanding. It may have started out as a trip to a music festival, then all at once. I shifted my eyes to Ian.