Thursday, August 27, 2009

Booking through Fluff

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What’s the lightest, most “fluff” kind of book you’ve read recently?

How does on define fluff? Light reading? As I do serious reading, I could only manage to find the following two books in my archives of 2009. You can read my synopsis by clicking on the titles or covers.

1). A La Carte by Tanita S Davis is a sweet book which does not need much thinking while reading it.


2) The Perfect Bride by Brenda Joyce is a romance novel. Need I say more?





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22 comments:

lilly said...

I didn't even post it this week because if fluff is what I think it is then unfortunately I don't have any on my recent 'read' list.

Susan B. Evans said...

I find if I get bogged down in "serious" reads, I need a little brain candy :) My name is Susan and I am a bit of a fluff-a-holic (sometimes...) Here's my BTT response.

Pam said...

LOVE the Tanita Davis cover. I want to read Mare's War. I didn't know about this but i think I've just added it to my list as well. :)

Staci said...

I love fluff and serious stuff. Got to keep it mixed up for fun!!

Meghan said...

You do often read more literary works, so it's interesting to know what you look for in fluff! I often strive to read both; my mind needs a rest sometimes, but I also like to be challenged.

Literature Crazy said...

I avoid "romance" books because of the stigma associated with them. Are they anything except fluff? Has their ever been a "high-brow" romance novel?

Bluestocking said...

The Perfect Bride does sound a bit fluffy. Here is mine

kaye said...

sometimes I read a romance just because I need a little time out. I’m booking thru Thursday here

Missy said...

As a rule, I don't read fluff, because I don't enjoy it. Every once in a great while, I might pick one up and be pleasantly surprised!

Marie said...

Sometimes you just need one of those not-too-much-thinking books! :-)

Lisa said...

Like you, I enjoy more serious content in the books I read. I quit reading romance novels years ago, but I do enjoy a lighter read from time to time.

Crystal said...

Great fluff - I'm going to have to check out Tanita Davis.

Leslie said...

nice! I love it! maybe i'll put them on my tbr pile

Ceri said...

I always tend to class 'fluff' as most chick lit or Mills and Boone - that kind of thing. Something that doesn't take a lot of brain power and is a fairly predictable read. :)

Yvonne said...

I haven't read Brenda Joyce's books in awhile. Lately I've been reading more serious books than fluff, but I do enjoy my fluff :)

Melody said...

The book by Tanita Davis sounds good!

Novroz said...

Since I don't like romance, i'll pass on your second book :)

Mae said...

'The perfect bride'...even its title is fluffy-eque!

Bryan R. Terry said...

Those are pretty "fluffy."

Mine's HERE

carolsnotebook said...

I have to admit to loving fluff occasionally.

stacybuckeye said...

I love Brenda Joyce for fun fluff!

Marie Burton said...

And Danielle Steel would be another Fluff piece that I rad, albeit years ago, but also Janet Evanovich comes to mind.