Marrying Daisy Bellamy by Susan Wiggs:
I like a good sappy romance as much as the next girl, but this was just so painfully predictable. I skimmed through pages and endured the main characters thick headed-ness just to get to the end. I thought the author wasted the readers time with plot lines that weren’t relevant and a story as predictable as a lifetime movie.
I think the lesson I learned here is that sappy romance novels aren’t my thing, and I prefer the flavor of a young adult fiction much more!