This book is a Harlequin Romance so there was not much depth to it. It was entertaining to read and the setting was Venice, so how could you not love the great descriptions. It certainly made me want to take my next vacation there. I feel like I learned a bit of the history of Venice as I escaped into a fairy tale world of romance. I have always been a sucker for a great love story. I hope that it brings a little culture to the next reader. I will find a wonderful spot to leave it for another reader to find.
Friday, January 8, 2010
BookCrossing: The Venetian Playboy's Bride
Yesterday I released three books in Vancouver. This morning I discovered an email from BookCrossing. Great, one of the three books received a quick journal entry! That's what I thought, but I was wrong. I'm still happy though - a caught book is a caught book regardless of how fast the entry comes in, and this is a very good entry. I released The Venetian Playboy's Bride outside Save-On-Foods in Pinetree Village in November (mere moments after releasing also-been-caught Blue Belle). Here's the catch: