Fools Rush In

by Janice A. Thompson
Series: Weddings by Bella #1
330 pages, Romance
Reviewed by Cheep-A-Reep

A unique and fun romance novel.


Bella Rossi has just started taking over her family's wedding business and one of the first things she needs for her upcoming wedding is a deejay. What she didn't know was that the deejay she'd find would end up being a handsome Texas cowboy. He may also end up being the perfect man for unmarried Bella, but will Bella's rowdy Italian family scare him away?


With almost everyone being Christians, for the most part the morals are very good. Anyone or anything with bad morals is taught or influenced by the Rossi family including a foul-mouthed bird, Bella's ex-boyfriend, and the neighborhood boy who is disrespectful and a thief. Also, the aunt and uncle are family rivals and argue throughout the book. The biggest lessons portrayed in this book deal with trusting God and seeing God through experiences.

Spiritual Content

Most of the characters are Christians. Aunt Rosa is Catholic and prays to the saints. The Christians pray and they attend church. There are Bible verses mentioned throughout.


One character receives a black eye and also gets burned.

Drug and Alcohol Content


Sexual Content

It is a romance story so many couples kiss. One of Bella's brothers is known as a romantic and has many different girlfriends. All the romances are modest.

Crude or Profane Language or Content

Only a bird that the Rossi family is taking care of uses foul language. No swear words are specifically mentioned, but the bird does say, "Go to the mattresses."


This is a fun, clean romance for when you want something lighthearted. It has a mix of country and Italian cultures and with the Rossi family, there's never a dull moment.

Fun Score: 4.5
Values Score: 4.5
Written for Age: adult

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