Picture Postcards by Ginger Voight
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Picture Postcards by Ginger Voight was a pleasant surprise. The "Postcard" part of the title attracted me. I thought it may have historic significance. It is an artistic focus.
I do not usually like romance, but the female protagonist; Caitlin is brave and strong. Caitlin describes herself as full figured and curvy. She wonders if she will finally find that old-fashioned love she has saved herself for. She makes some significant moves; from rural Clovis to Southern California. Caitlin jumps into a high stress position.
It is difficult to find fiction that is unique, and it is an enjoyment to read. The writing was good, and Caitlin's friends and co-workers were well developed. (Play sexy ditty right here.)
There were only a couple of question marks that have popped into my head since finishing this book. It could be me, I will go back and reread the beginning to see if I missed something.
This is a good and enjoyable read. It was simple to ease into the Audi of this novel and stay for the entire ride. It was a quick read, feeding my addiction well over the holidays. Thank you Ginger Voight
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