Full review on Books of AmberI have had Where I Belong on my Kindle for the longest time, and I am so glad to have finally been able to get to it. I'm pretty sure I bought it at the end of 2011, so that means it's been sitting unread for a year and a half. I have a book buying problem, I know.I was in the mood for a light contemporary to read after I had finished two books in twenty four hours for Dewey's 24 Hour Read-a-Thon, and while Where I Belong wasn't as light and fluffy as I was expecting, it was great to take a break and dive into this.What I really liked about Where I Belong was that it was light on the romance. Sure, Corrinne plans on using a guy to get back to New York, but that doesn't take over the plot, which focussed on Corrinne's relationship with her family. I love family-centric contemporaries!