My Ridiculous Romantic Obsessions
On January 27, 2010 | 2 Comments

My Ridiculous Romantic Obsessions

My Ridiculous Romantic Obsessions is the perfect blend of wit, comedy, suspense, and, of course, romance.

In this new young adult novel by author Becca Wilhite, Sarah feels like she’s an average, normal, everyday girl. So, when Ben (to whom she secretly refers as Adonis because she thinks he could be a Greek god) begins to take interest in her, Sarah is in denial.

For one thing, last year she was deeply crushed and humiliated by Jesse James a guy who she thought liked her. She’s determined not to get burned again. But in her heart of hearts, what she really wants is a Jane Austen kind of romance. Ridiculous, right? That kind of romance doesn’t exist anymore, or does it? Sarah is smart and fun to be around and even pretty, despite her Medusa-like red curls. She even plays the guitar. (So does Ben!)

Yes, Sarah is everything Ben has wanted. He’s crazy for her, but Sarah is just not getting it. She’s playing hard to get, and if she s not careful, she s going to lose a real hot gentleman — her 21st-century Mr. Darcy.

 

My Ridiculous Romantic Obsessions (Shadow Mountain; Publication Date: February 2010; ISBN: 978-1-60641-596-2; Paperback: $8.99) is available at Amazon.com, and at Deseret Book and deseretbook.com.

 

About the Author:

Becca Wilhite graduated from Brigham Young University and then lived, among other places, in Indianapolis and Oklahoma City. Now she lives in a little valley in the Rockies where she can see mountains out of every window. Every day she discovers miracles of every shade with her husband and four kids. Her debut novel, Bright Blue Miracle, released in February 2009.

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Prayer Tate Posted November 24, 2011 at9:42 am  

This is like the best book ever!!! I couldn’t stop reading it! I stayed up until one in the morning finishing this book! I recommend this book to GIRLS from ages 11-on and on! wonderful book! The only thing i didn’t like was how long and depressing the sad part was toward the end of the book.

Prayer Tate Posted November 24, 2011 at9:42 am  

This is like the best book ever!!! I couldn’t stop reading it! I stayed up until one in the morning finishing this book! I recommend this book to GIRLS from ages 11-on and on! wonderful book! The only thing i didn’t like was how long and depressing the sad part was toward the end of the book.

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