Melody

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What’s the lightest, most “fluff” kind of book you’ve read recently?

How do you define light and fluff? For me, I see something that is just plain fun and entertaining; one that wouldn't allow me to think too hard and just to read, read and read.

I went through my reading list and decided on these three which I read in July:

The Grand Sophy by Georgette Heyer (Loved the heroine! She is opinionated and very witty!)
The Actor and the Housewife by Shannon Hale (A heartwarming story about a friendship between a famous actor and an ordinary housewife.)
Airhead by Meg Cabot (A story about two girls - a superbrain and a supermodel switching their identities. A fun read!)

So what is yours?

25 Responses
  1. violetcrush Says:

    I have been meaning to read Meg Cabot for a long time now. Maybe I'll get something from the library.


  2. Kris Says:

    I've only two of the books in Meg Cabot's Boy series. Airhead sounds like it's Freaky Friday :) The Actor and the Housewife sounds like an interesting read!


  3. Melody Says:

    Violet - That reminds me I need to catch up on Being Nikki, the sequel to Airhead.

    Kris - I don't have her Boy series, only her Airhead series. I've heard her books are good! I need to check them out.


  4. Dot Says:

    Georgette Heyer is the perfect kind of fluff! I love her books!


  5. Pam Says:

    I haven't read any Meg Cabot but she sounds fun!


  6. Jennifer :) Says:

    Hey Girl, I love Meg Cabot's books . . . . they are fun and easy books to read :)!!!!


  7. Gee, I haven't read any of those books yet so I have no opinion :>) Happy BTT!


  8. More books I haven't heard of - my library list is getting longer :) Here's my BTT response.


  9. Nice assortment! "Airhead" sounds really fun.


  10. Iliana Says:

    Hmm, I've read a few comfort reads but for me fluff tend to be books that are more funny and I can't think of the last one I read.

    Airhead sounds fun though and maybe I should add it to my list for some laughs!



  11. Marie Says:

    Meg Cabot is a lot of fun. Great choices!


  12. Jillian Says:

    Try out a book called 'Knickles and Dimes'. It has hilarious characters and a really great story. Definitely a fun, entertaining fluff read. I'd recommend it!


  13. Bluestocking Says:

    Airheads? That does sound funny. Here is mine


  14. I read one Meg Cabot book which I pretty well enjoyed... might have to give AIRHEADS a look when I'm looking for a fun read.


  15. naida Says:

    looks like you got some great 'fluff' reads in :)
    http://thebookworm07.blogspot.com/


  16. Mari Says:

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  17. Allison Says:

    I didn't do this weeks challenge because I couldn't decipher what they meant by fluff.


  18. Trish Says:

    Oooh-Eclipse! That counts as fluff, right? I've heard Cabot is great for fluffy moods.


  19. Ceri Says:

    I feel like I need a bit of fluff to read - I haven't relaxed my brain in ages when it comes to reading. :)

    I define fluff as something easy, fairly predictable, and light-hearted. :)


  20. Alice Teh Says:

    I want Airhead!


  21. Melody Says:

    Dot - I need to read more Georgette Heyer's books!

    Pam - I hope you'll enjoy Meg Cabot's book when you get them! They're fun!

    Jennifer - I'm glad to hear you're enjoying her books too!! :D

    Charli - I hope you'll give them a try. :)

    Susan - My wishlist is getting longer too! :D

    Amy - Airhead is fun! That reminds me I need to read the sequel - Being Nikki soon!

    Iliana - I've to admit I haven't been reading too many fluffy books lately but I definitely open to recommendations!! :P

    Gautami - I read them, thought not as much as my other fictions.

    Marie - Yes! Meg Cabot's books are fun!

    Jillian - I'll have to check out that book! Thanks for the heads up!

    Bluestocking - Don't you love the title, hehe.

    Literature Crazy - I've to admit I haven't read many of her books but I really enjoyed Airhead. I'll make sure to check out the rest of her books in the near future!

    Naida - Yes! They're great reads! :)

    Mari - Thank you for the award! :)

    Allison - I guess it depends on individuals how they define fluff but I always view it as a light and fun read.

    Trish - Eclipse is sure a fluffy read IMO. ;) Oh, I can't wait to read your review on Breaking Dawn!!

    Ceri - I don't think I've read a fluffy book this month. After all, I'm geared up for the RIP IV Challenge and I'm suppose to read some dark and scary books, hehe.

    Alice - LOL. I hope you'll enjoy it when you get it!


  22. I saw Troy High featured in your side bar and it looked so good I added it to my TBR. You've been featured in my Friday Finds post.


  23. Julia Says:

    I know I won one of Georgette Heyer book from a contest I enter at your blog, Melody.. So I'm looking forward to reading it soon. I like the synopois (spell?) for Meg Cabot about two girl switching identities. That sure sound fun :)


  24. Melody Says:

    Literature Crazy - Thanks! I'm glad you've added Troy High to your TBR! I hope you'll enjoy it!

    Julia - I'm hoping you'll enjoy Georgette Heyer's book! :)