Christmas Awards 2011

Tuesday, 15 February 2011

Romeo, Romeo

Romeo, Romeo by Robin Kaye

Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca

November 2008

ISBN: 978-1-402-21339-7

Pages: 400

Rosalie Ronaldi is only interested in her career. She has no interest in domestic abilities which is probably a very good thing since she is completely unable to perform any. She puts her clothes where there is room and her shoes where they land. Rosalie also has no cooking abilities so her favorite meals tend to run to the take out variety. Rosalie also has on interesting in a relationship that is really serious.

Nick Romeo has always gone for independent women but he is finding out that his interest in Rosalie makes him want to take care of her. Lucky for her he loves cooking and cleaning which goes well with the fact that he is also rich. Now he has started straitening up Rosalie’s life and has also adopted her dog and getting her life to run a lot more smoothly. Now all Nick has to do is convince Rosalie that what truly she needs in her life is the right guy and relationship.

First Nick and Rosalie are going to have to overcome a few obstacles that are in their way. Getting rid of the problems shouldn’t be too difficult but with mistaken identity and a very nosy Italian family and some past transgressions that just might cause some future problems overcoming the problems may not be as easy as everyone wishes it would be. The past problems just might be easier to deal with than the family will be. It doesn’t help that there seems to be some corporate sabotage going on that needs to be taken care of and very quickly.

This story is light and funny and is a must read. With all the antics going on it is a very hard book to put down once the reader starts reading it. The characters are a lot of fun to read about and will have the reader laughing out loud and getting some very strange looks when they read this one. This is one book that will quickly become a comfort read for many.

I give this one 4-1/2 red roses

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