The book, Love, life and the List by Kasie West can be superficial in terms that the book doesn’t offer much part from what you are reading. No deeper level character studies or in depth emotional balance and other hard edged stuffed like that. Love, Life and the List is perfect in terms that the book casually and very lightly flows through the events without being two hard on its readers or pulling them into deep emotional character plays. Read on our take of the book
The book might have the most cooked up ending to it but otherwise it’s a medium level romance without being much mushy and cheesy. In fact even for those who are not much of a romance fan, this can be a try-once book.
This is my third book from Kasie West and I am starting to see a trend here. Almost all of her books are romance novels but ironically her portrayal of romance is minimal in the sense that she does not hover over “love” and making it all mushy and cheesy.
The book is a good breather book. Which is my definition of light and easy reads that don’t need you to think hard, analyze or de-analyze the plots. It is a harmless, cute romance best for a brunch read or if you adore romance at its most innocent form