Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Review: Scones and Sensibility

Polly LOVES books, especially romantic tales like Pride and Prejudice and Anne of Green Gables. Polly realizes that the world would be a better place if romance lived on as it does it books. So she decides to change the world. She decides that her sister's boyfriend isn't good enough for her. She decides that her best friend's father should not look for love on the internet, instead she will find a suitable woman for him. She also decides that she will pair up two unhappy singletons. She can work on her matchmaking skills while out delivering goodies from her parents' bakery. Will love blossom in the air or stink like her sister's burnt bakery creations?

A cute tale that made me crave chocolate croissants and other goodies. Polly is sweet, funny, and hopelessly out of touch with her world, which only makes her more lovable. A great novel for tween girls or anyone who loves matchmaking!

2 comments:

Lea said...

This one does sound cute! Thanks for the review :D

Bookalicious Ramblings said...

I'm neither a tween nor particularly into matchmaking, but I adore chocolate and croissants and cute books! This one seems super cute - I bought it a short while ago and I can't wait to read it. :)