I don’t know what it is in Chantal Bellehumeur’s feel good books that hits me, but they just do.
After reading Not Alone I was excited to hear more about the protagonist’s, Harmony Goodhumor’s, life. Her life has not always been easy but in Really Not Alone she finally seems to have all the puzzles together. She has a wedding to plan and some whales to watch and with all that she has Christian, a man of her dreams, standing next to her.
Usually I’m not so in to this kind of books as most of my reads are somehow related to paranormal stuff, but Chantal Bellehumeur’s books always makes me feel good. Really Not Alone was a refreshing read among my vampire hotties and after reading it I couldn’t stop myself from smiling. Yes, there was a warm glow inside of me and a feel that life is good.
Chantal’s writing style is quite unique, reminding me of a diary at places. The narration is very detailed and realistic and it is done with such care and light hand that the story flows like a river. Easily and effortlessly. I highly recommend Really Not Alone as well as Not Alone to anyone who wants some ‘easy-living’ and a break from this busy life we are living.