MAD ABOUT THE BOY
7 October 2011
Rating: 4 Cups
Since the death of her husband, Julia Mendoza has thrown herself into her decorating business. She has made it a success. She thinks she does not have the time or the belief to fall in love again, but when she meets Christophe Augustine her whole world changes.
Known all over as a surfer and as a businessman, Christophe Augustine is now taking over the chain of upscale hotels from his aging father. Having thrown himself into his work, he makes very little time for play. Still he believes love can be out there.
Julia ends up trying to gain a decorating job for the Augustine’s hotels. On meeting Chris, sparks fly, but there are many things standing between them and a long-term loving relationship. If they are not addressed, there will be no happy ever after for either.
This is not your typical romance. Julia is not looking for love, yet the connection and passion that surfaces between her and Chris is instantaneous. The issues they both have to face are hard, which makes for an entertaining and engaging read. In fact, readers cannot help wishing they do have a happy ending. Mad About The Boy is a book readers just may want to take the time to read.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More