A-Z Book List: C for Cove

I am a huge fan of Lisa Kleypas. I did a project of sorts, once, to complete all her books at a stretch (whichever was available at that time, of course) and it was so much fun. Work was stressful during those times and her books helped me keep my sanity. They are humorous and fun to read if you like romance genre (I don’t think there will be anyone saying ‘no’ to that…but if you do, please drop me a comment. I would like to know why.) So the book I chose for C is one of hers.

Name: Crystal Cove by Lisa Kleypas

Genre: Romance, Chick-lit (whatever that means, don’t men read these novels?), Contemporary romance, Family

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I could have also chosen Christmas Eve at Friday Harbor, which is the first book in the series. But I liked the C for Cove thing…so went with the fourth book in the series. All of them take place at Friday Harbor (hence the name Friday Harbor  series). I have read until the Crystal Cove and yet to take up the remaining two. All of these books are about finding love. I also involve family and in some, kids too. They are sweet and nice romances, which are pleasant to read and some are quite funny too. Each one is about a different person, even though you might references of the characters from the previous book in the others because they are related in one way or the other. If you are looking for some light reads, then this series will definitely help you out. I should point out that of all the series of Lisa Kleypas, Wallflower series is my absolute favorite 🙂 (just thought you should know)

PS: Check out the rest of the A-Z Book list here

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6 comments

  1. Marialena Gallagher · February 25, 2016

    Chicklit is a thing?

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