Published by Self Published on November 8 2020
, Amazon US
Also by this author: Madam Love, Actually, There's Something About a Cowboy, Dying to Meet You, It's Not PMS, It's You, Five Minutes Late, Dog Day Wedding, Kissing Frogs, Mr. Crotchety, An Eclair To Remember, Lilliana Jones and the Temple of Groom, Coffee, Tea or Me, Happy to be Stuck with You: A Short Romantic Comedy, Kiss Me in the Snow, Bored of the Rings, Madam Love, Actually, There's Something About a Cowboy, Dying to Meet You, It's Not PMS, It's You, Just Another Silly Love Song
“New from the King of Romantic Comedy!”
On a dare, Faith Daniels tosses a coin into the infamous “Fountain of Love” and wishes for the perfect man, laughing it off as the dumbest thing she’s ever done.
Like magic, her quiet life turns upside-down when men begin to appear out of nowhere, like zombies, but drop-dead gorgeous and without the odd limp.
There’s a doctor, a lawyer, a firefighter, and a swimwear model, for starters. All of them are kind, generous, and successful. All of them are interested in Faith.
But who is Mr. Right?
I am seriously going to run out of words that I can use about a Rich Amooi book. Each book I fall in love all over again and I think this could potentially top his other books. I mean can I have my own Noah…plus I do have a car with lots of issues 🤣
One thing I always love about Rich’s book is that there is always hope, love and fate. 3 things that make me smile. Each book there is always something stopping the characters who are meant to be, being together. That story is always a cinch, its normally a story of pain and loss, a story to make you care about the character and why they have closed themselves down. Here it is no different.
However, there is something that feels fresh and different from Faith and Noah’s story. It may be a story we know and love from previous films and books but in the hands of Rich, it is different. I sat there most of the time smiling when I read It’s Raining Men, you have the small part by Gertrude who is a lady I would love to know more about and her one date rule. You obviously have the main characters but you have such a lovely camaraderie with the supporting cast with Tracy, Kim and Alonso. They know our crazy kids all too well, and they so obviously see things that the MC can’t so easily.
Every book to me is like a piece of sunshine. The rain is howling against the window today but in these pages, I was basking in the sunshine of Solano Beach. I have been whisked away back to my magic happy place. I really do not what more I can say that I haven’t already, I am never disappointed by a book that has the words Rich Amooi on, in fact, I fizz with excitement knowing I get to disappear into a place of love. A place to shine, smile, laugh and love. There really is nothing cheesy with a slice of true love.
Still haven’t decided if it will top Five minutes late because that was my introduction to Rich but it is definitely the next favourite. Every book you step into, the story gets stronger and leaves you feeling lighter when you close the pages.
Just read it.
Until next time xxx
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