#Review – LOVE LITERARY STYLE by Karin Gillespie


5 Stars

AmazonUS | AmazonUK


What a cute book! You just cannot help who you fall in love with! A stuffy literary author and a self-published romance author – who knew they could be a match? Definitely not the too-good-for-romance-authors man, especially when he falls for an author that he believes is another well-known author. At times, you want to shake the high and mighty out of Aaron but hope that in due time he will realize what he has in front of him. Aaron’s actions are understandable due to the strained relationship he has with his father. As you read, you feel as though you are in the story right along side Laurie and Aaron. You become part of the story. Very well written. 

I received a free reading copy of this book and voluntarily read it.


Low brow meets high brow in a literary love story.

Can an emotionally-stunted literary novelist and a vivacious romance writer find their happily-ever after? Even when she becomes more successful than he? Love Literary Style spoofs romantic comedy tropes, winks at literary pretensions and pokes fun at book publishing.

Like Legally Blonde only in the literary world.

Inspired by the author’s New York Times article “Masters in Chick Lit.” A sparkling romantic comedy for fans of the Rosie Project.


2c93bc_f568288f57544254b991cfe17add7d80-mv2Karin Gillespie is the author of the national bestselling Bottom Dollar Girls series, 2016 Georgia Author of the Year, Co-author for Jill Connor Browne’s novel Sweet Potato Queen’s First Big Ass Novel. Her latest novel Love Literary Style was inspired by a New York Times article called “Masters in Chick Lit” that went viral and was shared by literary luminaries like Elizabeth Gilbert and Anne Rice. She’s written for the Washington Post and Writer Magazine and is book columnist and humor columnist for the Augusta Chronicle and Augusta Magazine respectively. She received a Georgia Author of the Year Award in 2016.

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