A Little Bit Cupid by Jennifer Shirk


A Little Bit Cupid (Entangled Bliss)

Synopsis:

Finding love should be easy, but wedding photographer Pheobe Ward knows better. When Cupid shows up on a crazy mission to help her —and save the world in the process—Phoebe realizes love might be even more complicated than she thought. Even with Cupid showing her Mr. Right , she can’t stop thinking about his best friend, Mr. Wrong.

Cal Crawford has never had time for love, but now he’s falling for Phoebe. Which means it’s got to be just plain wrong to set her up with his best friend, right? But even though seeing Phoebe with someone else will break his heart, he can’t walk away from her.

Phoebe can’t afford to choose the wrong guy with the fate of the world at stake. But maybe Cupid has it wrong. Maybe she has to rely just a little bit on Cupid, and a whole lot more on her heart. 

Review:

A Little Bit Cupid is a novella. I don't know why most authors cannot write a good novella. They try and fit a full length story into a few pages and it just doesn't work. I started reading this one and though oh this is actually not too bad. I am enjoying it even though Cal and Phoebe are falling for each other kind of quick. Whatever I am going to go with it.

Then suddenly it is Valentine's Day and Phoebe has to get her kiss to save the world. It is just like suddenly everything happens and yey! The end. I would have enjoyed the story if it would have been fleshed out and actually told. It would have been a great if it were longer instead of rushed. There is an art to telling a short story and most authors don't know how to craft it. Unfortunately this author did not have it. It started off so promising, but she tried to fit too much story into too few pages. I would still check out a full length novel by the author, but not another novella.

Rating: 2/5

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