It’s finally here! My article about the secret lives of romance writers is out in the June issue of New Jersey Monthly. What fun! I had a blast writing that one, which leads me into this next book: Vision In White
by Nora Roberts.
I bought this book a few weeks ago, but tamped down temptation to read it. Why? Because I wanted it for vacation. And it’s the perfect beach (or pool or wherever-you-escape book). Unlike some of Roberts titles, it does not involve murder, magic or even real threat. It’s about a woman trying to figure out love.
This book is the first of a four-part series about four friends who run a wedding business (typical Roberts pattern as well). This book’s “couples who you know will fall in love” include a the wedding photographer of the bunch and a history professor. I do love a man in tweed, so that was a nice touch.
Yes, it reads like many of her other novels, and I knew how it would end, but isn’t that the kind of book you WANT to read on vacation? Something that’s not too taxing? I finished the book half way through and was sad to see the end, but the next book in the series comes out in December.