Saturday, October 31, 2009

Review : The Grand Finale by Janet Evanovich

Title : The Grand Finale

Author: Janet Evanovich

Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars

About the book:
Berry Knudson had a talent for disaster, but when she climbed a tree to rescue a kitten, she wasn't prepared for the scrumptious hunk undressing in a nearby window, or her dive downward that smashed Jake Sawyer's pizza and won his heart! But was there room in her chaotic schedule for a risk-taking inventor with dreams? She took classes, delivered pizzas, and cared for three eccentric old ladies she rescued from the train station. But Jake thrived on a challenge, and he could be very inventive. Could he teach her there was time to make butterscotch pudding and let herself be loved?

My Review

Now, before I start, let me put some light upon the character 'Berry Knudson'.She is optimistic, a very kindred spirit, goes out of her way to help people. Also she is loyal, resilient, slightly daffy, kind to old ladies, stubborn, a bit tempered as the book says. In short, she is Miss ‘GOODY TWO-SHOES’.

The story starts with Berry hearing a kitty cry, climbing the tree, rescuing the kitten, seeing an almost naked man and then, finally falling down from a tree. After that all she can see is some huge person bent over her. And so, the journey of a romantic tale begins.Who knew that a kitten can bring two people together to fall in love with each other? Now that’s what I call, “destiny”.

Now, Coming to the man with whom Berry falls in love with.His name is 'Jake Sawyer'.
Well, there is nothing much to say about him, except that he is a very sexy looking man. Now, Of course, he has a profession!! He was an inventor, but after certain events, he eventually becomes an elementary teacher.

This is the very first book of Janet Evanovich which I have read. I always had a smile on my face while I was reading it. It’s very cute, funny and an easy read. If you ever want to read a quick romantic comedy, for which you don’t want to think why and how did it happen, then I would definitely suggest this book.


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