Language of Love (Part of Love, Love, Love)
Publisher: Simon Pulse
Release Date: December 21, 2010
Source: Copy for Review
Rating: 3.5 stars
In Language of Love, Janna is quickly adapting to life in Seattle as a high school exchange student from Hungary. Or at least Julian, the cute boy she met in a coffee shop, thinks she is. The truth is, he overheard Janna using a phony accent, and now she’s stuck playing the part….Will Julian want to be with the real Janna? Or will she discover that lies don’t always translate to love?
Predictable and fun, Language of Love is an adorable read that will be sure to entice readers. The plot was a bit elementary, as any girl should realize pretending to be someone you are not never ends up well. The plot was quite predictable, but that’s part of the charm of the romantic story.
The plot was very cute, despite the initial drawbacks I had. The story was very easy to get caught up in, and it was a lot of fun. Deborah Reber does a really great job transporting readers right into the story.
I really connected with the characters. I enjoyed seeing Janna break out of shell and experience a little more with her wild side as the story went on. I think everyone has a Molly in their life, so she was a really fun character to follow. I think Emmett was my favorite character of the book, as he is the perfect best friend anyone would want. I really enjoyed his role in the story – the scenes with him were the best.
Language of Love is a wonderful addition to the collection of romantic comedies out there. They always are fantastic reads, that consume you from page 1 to the last.