Thursday, May 16, 2019

I Think I Might Love You Christina C Jones: I Think I Might Love This Book "A Quickie- Review"


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I Think I Might Love You Christina THEE C. Jones
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Jaclyn Love is a magnet for trouble - it seems to follow her wherever she goes. 

Unfortunately for Kadan Davenport, she also seems to be a magnet for him - even after a disastrous first impression that leaves him - literally - black and blue. 

Jaclyn is busy trying to find some sort of balance, and Kadan is just trying not to get swept up in the chaos. 

In a small city like Blakewood, it's hard to avoid each other... especially when each additional encounter makes them wonder if they really want to. 

"I Think I Might Love You" is a first-in-series novella.
Christina C. Jones never ceases to amaze me.  I Think I Might Love You had a lightness to it I’m unaccustomed to from Jones, but it was obviously a CCJ project. The engaging writing, the flow, it was all her—the gems that make these projects distinctly Christina C. Jones shone in this novel.

Jaclyn is a bad girl; in and out of trouble since she was a youth. She’s all bark, and she has a bite to match. Looking to rest her head at her sister’s place she encounters Kadan, butt naked and livid. What is she doing there? In his home? Jaclyn does the only respectable thing she can do at a time such as this, she hauls off and punches him. This laughable moment sets a precedent for Jaclyn’s personal life and the story itself.

CCJ’s books are not heavy angst projects, but this book is different: light, humorous and unassuming.

I laughed out loud a lot, and I can be a hard nut to crack. But this book was downright funny!

Not only is it funny, but it also has a solid easy to follow plot and a romance that flows fluidly with no unnecessary angst and drama. As an angst fiend, I did not miss it.

And Jaclyn’s family members, Chile, they are a mess! I can’t wait to get to know them—the parents included. This is a fun series, and it promises to be another great addition to Jones’ catalog.

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