Now that we've turned the corner from winter into summer (all of a sudden it has gotten very warm here!) I am in the mood for something light and happy--a gentle read with not too much drama, or at least the kind of drama which is solved happily by story's end. Frothy is okay--I mean that in a good way, with a dash of romance is perfect. I am 'trying' out Eleanor Brown's The Light of Paris at the moment and it seems like it might be a very good fit. If I am finding the book equivalent to a movie--think: Singin' in the Rain or Thirteen Going on Thirty or even Sixteen Candles (now that's a bit of a throwback to my youth!), but you get the picture.
Suggestions very welcome. I think I have been reading too many heavy sorts of stories and just need a little palate cleanser before starting my summer reading project (last year it was Australian Literature . . . have a few ideas in mind but more about those later).