Venus in Blue Jeans (Konigsburg #1)
A guy. A girl. A Chihuahua. Two of them will find the love of their lives.
Coming off a broken engagement to a lying charmer, all bookstore owner Docia Kent wants is a fling, not a long-term romance. And for her fabulously wealthy and fabulously nosy parents to butt out of her life for a while. The Texas Hill Country town of Konigsburg looks like the perfect place to get...more
Cal Toleffson – The vet, who is also the newest member of the small town of Konigsburg. He brings so much more than his skill with animals to the town- the grapevine is all abuzz with who will be the lucky girl to get with him.
Docia Kent – Trying too hard or just hiding from herself, with Docia you never can tell – when she spots Cal however – that’s a decision that was definately not hard to make.
After living in Konigsburg, Texas for two years, you would think the town would h...more
This is primarily a romantic comedy with a touch of suspense tossed in. There is...more
Docia and Ca...more
Docia Kent is in need of a margarita. And the only place to get one is the local watering hole. There she catches Cal's eye, and he catches hers. But Docia leaves before introductions can be made.
A few days late...more
Steamy, nice prose, reads well, fairy tale level romance, not a bad way to waste an even...more
Overall I'd give this a 3.75 star rating. I liked it but didn't go out of my way to continue reading. I probably would read more by her.
Here's the thing: I don't read romance in order to read about realistic, mostly healthy relationships between generally well-adjusted people. Because that, while nice and what we should all strive and hope for for ourselves and our loved ones, is NOT INTERESTING.
The writing itself is probably not worth 4*s but my enjoyment of the book was, I'll look for more of this author's books in the future.
I loved Cal, the vegetarian veterinarian in Texas, and Docia the trust fund baby who just wants to make it on her own. Their courtship is sweetly awkward at the start before steaming up and boiling over into full-on love and passion. The suspense was drawn out well, with bits and pieces dropped throughout the novel, and the culprit a bit of a surpise.
What I didn't like? The story just plugs along. Nothing exciting really happens.