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Tuesday, April 22, 2014

A Comedy of Erinn by Celia Bonaduce - Book Review


I'm so pleased today to bring to your reading attention a fabulously funny book by a fabulously funny author, "A Comedy of Erinn," by Celia Bonaduce.



About The Book:

Title: A Comedy of Erinn
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Author: Celia Bonaduce
Publisher: eKensington
Pages: 231
Format: Paperback, Kindle

Erinn Wolf needs to reinvent herself. A once celebrated playwright turned photographer, she’s almost broke, a little lonely, and tired of her sister’s constant worry.

When a job on a reality TV show falls into her lap, she’s thrilled to be making a paycheck–and when a hot Italian actor named Massimo rents her guesthouse, she’s certain her life is getting a romantic subplot. But with the director, brash, gorgeous young Jude, dogging her every step, she can’t help but look at herself through his lens–and wonder if she’s been reading the wrong script all along…


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My Thoughts: 

If you are looking for a fun read for this summer's beach or vacation outings, then this is the book for you!  It features a smart, sophisticated female lead who has just the right amount of angst and sass to keep her life always a point of interest, a sexy man or two to keep her love life hot and sizzling, and background characters who are interesting and help to keep the plot moving along nicely.

"A Comedy of Erinn" is the second book from author Celia Bonaduce, (The first was "Merchant of Venice Beach") and as a reader, I hope it's not the last.  I really enjoyed her style of writing, and it's obvious from her years associated with the television industry that she knows how to capture an audience's attention and keep it!  I look forward to her next work!



About The Author:



Celia Bonaduce is an award-winning producer whose credits cover a lot of ground – everything from field-producing ABC’s Extreme Makeover: Home Edition to writing for many of Nickelodeon’s animated series, including Hey, Arnold and Chalkzone. If Celia Bonaduce’s last name is any indication, she is proof that TV talent runs in the family.

An avid reader, entering the world of books has always been a lifelong ambition. The Merchant of Venice Beach is book one of her three-book deal with eKensington, a digital imprint of Kensington Publishing Corp. The follow up novel, A Comedy of Erinn, has also been released, and book three, Much Ado About Mother, will be coming out on May 14, 2014.

You can visit Celia Bonaduce’s website at http://celiabonaduce.com/.

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See what other Bloggers are saying about "A Comedy of Erinn"!
Monday, April 70- Book Review at Babbling About Books and More
Tuesday April 8
Book Review at Carol’s Notebook
Friday, April 11
Interview at Raven Reviews
Thursday, April 17
Book Featured at Maureen’s Musings
Monday, April 21
Tuesday, April 22
Wednesday, April 23
Book Featured at CBY Book Club
Thursday, April 24
Book Review at Book Club Sisters
Friday, April 25
Book Review at Jersey Girl Book Reviews
Monday, April 28
Book Review at Emeraldfire’s Bookmark
Book Review at My Devotional Thoughts
Tuesday, April 29
Wednesday, April 30
Book Review at The Book Connection



My thanks to Pump Up Your Book Promotion for including me on this blog tour.  I was not compensated for my opinion.


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2 comments:

Mary (Bookfan) said...

Sounds fun - love the Shakespeare theme in the titles of her books :)

stacybuckeye said...

Looks like fun!