TBT

TBT Novel: Looks Like Love

Happy Thursday, Reader Friends!

Today I’m featuring Brandy Bruce’s novel, Looks Like Love. This Throwback Thursday novel takes us to 2010. Have you read it?


About the Book

“With a warm, witting writing style and an adorably self-deprecating heroine, Brandy Bruce’s Looks Like Love is part travelogue, part survival guide for the lovelorn, and 100 percent fun reading.” Author Christa A. Banister

The Blurb: “Following a break-up with her boyfriend and an unfulfilling career, Kasey Addison feels lost in her own life. With the help of her best friend, Amanda, Kasey embarks on an unexpected journey to rediscover life and love, starting with a whirlwind London jaunt. Surrounded by red telephone booths, double-decker buses, and men in fuzzy black hats, Kasey falls in love with mud baths, Jane Austen, and stone cathedrals. Throw in a Texan with a really great tan, and Kasey’s trip gets even more interesting!

When her spur-of-the-moment vacation is over, Kasey, a junior marketing consultant, finds herself on the marketing team for LETA, a growing cosmetics company. When the owners of LETA decide to release their first fragrance, Kasey’s new assignment is to find out what love looks like and then find a way to sell it. With the help of a few friends, and with a rekindled relationship with the Lover of her soul, Kasey discovers that sometimes love looks like what we least expect.”

Links: Amazon, Goodreads


About the Author

Brandy Bruce is a mom, a wife, a book editor, an author, and someone who really loves dessert. She’s the author of Looks Like Love, The Romano Family Collection, and the award-winning novel The Last Summer. Having worked in the publishing industry for more than a decade, Brandy currently works as a freelance book editor, when she’s not writing novels! Brandy, her husband, and their children make their home in the beautiful state of Colorado. She’s very active online and she loves to hear from readers. Sign up for Brandy’s newsletter via her blog!

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