That I would enjoy a pure, romance novel as much as I enjoyed Bad Case of Lovin' You by Anita Louise. I do enjoy romance, but I generally need a bit of action and adventure thrown in for good measure. There wasn't much of that in this book, but it was still an enjoyable and satisfying read.
The story, in fact, the entire series appears to revolve around the children of the Adler family (there are nine of them) and their various romances and lives. This iteration was about Brooke Adler and her burgeoning relationship with hunky doctor Zack. Without sounding all Mills and Boonish on everyone, let me say, I loved the romance in this book. In trying to analyse why I enjoyed this so much, I've come to the conclusion that it has to do with the Author's style and her philosophy on life, which she so perfectly managed to infuse into her characters. As an adherent to many of the principles (which clearly had a basis in The Law of Attraction) myself, I constantly found myself nodding my head sagely with some of the character's comments.
The steamy parts (and there are a few) were beautifully written, very exciting and descriptive, without being smutty, in my opinion. That's a pretty hard line to tread and Louise did it well.
The book was well-written and well edited, which makes reading all the more enjoyable. I think from time to time, it is nice to lose oneself in a simple, romantic, positive story, especially given the daily horrors and negativity we are bombarded with every day. When I'd finished this book, I sat back with a smile on my lips and a contented sigh. I can't ask more from an author than that.
A great job by Anita Louise. With nine Adler children to choose from, I have no doubt this will be a long-running series of books by the Author and I would hope a successful one.
No hesitation in giving Bad Case of Lovin' You the full five stars.