Friday, January 8, 2010

Book Review: Larger Than Life

Larger than Life by Kay Hooper

Description: Singer Saber Duncan arrived on the scene a little known act. Then disappeared. A few years later she reappeared and something changed. She is now much better then she had ever been before. What is her secret?

Fame means that biographer Travis Foxx is on her heels trying to figure out what her secrets are. But he swears he is in it for love - not for the story. Can Saber trust him with the truth about herself?

Thoughts: What happened to the Kay Hooper I loved. I can't tell you how many times I have read her paranormal books that are also mysteries. I LOVE them. In fact I even made my husband listen to them in the car. But I find this romance genre to fall a little flat.

What reporter would take the story of his life - fall immediately in love with someone (knowing nothing about them but what they sing and look like) and give it all up just to spend time with them? It just all happened to fast. Things get resolved eventually which was nice - but it was one of those books that I put down and waited until I felt like I should just go ahead and finish it. Even though I really didn't want to. That doesn't happen for me and books that I like even a little (I am way to impatient!).

What genre would you consider this?


1 comment:

Jackie said...

This is a great blog ... filled with the kind of books I like to read!