One of my favorite ways to kick back and find entertainment is through reading a fun romantic comedy. If you’re in the mood for a fun read I recommend picking up a book by Rich Amooi, who recently released a new novel hilariously titled Madame Love, Actually and today I’m sharing my book review.
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Madame Love, Actually by Rich Amooi
Madam Love, Actually is another comedic win penned by the hilarious author Rich Amooi. This story focuses on a character that is introduced in a previous novel [Lilliana Jones and the Temple of Groom] however you don’t need to have read that book in order to understand and enjoy this one. Madam Love is an insightful and gifted young woman that has a real talent for helping people find their true love. How can someone that hasn’t found their own soulmate in life help others find their true love? Upon listening to an infuriating story on the radio Madam Love embarks on what turns into a chaotic adventure and ultimately becomes the path to her own destiny.
Our destiny and path in life are often achieved through mindful intentions and if we let it, true love can work in a similar fashion; if someone follows the instructions they receive from Madam Love they will find their soulmate. However, some clients are not willing to follow Madam’s guidance and oftentimes they’re more concerned with the materialistic aspects of a significant other rather than focusing on finding the person they’re meant to be with. If you’re looking for a fun girly read that never disappoints, I recommend picking up a book by Rich Amooi, who time and time again proves that he truly is the king of romantic comedies.
My Rating: 5/5 Stars
I received a complimentary review copy via the author. All reviews 100% reflect my honest opinion.
About the Book
Author: Rich Amooi
Published: March 29, 2018
Book Blurb: Lance Parker is an arrogant know-it-all. As author of the bestselling book Your Soulmate Doesn’t Exist, he says love is for losers. Madam Love is a fortune teller and matchmaker who has brought hundreds of couples together.
When the two clash during a radio interview, she admits even someone as irritating and impossible as Lance has a soulmate. He says she’s delirious and a fraud. Then the gauntlet is laid down: Madam Love has two weeks to prove Lance wrong and find him a soulmate.
When Lance meets wonderful Emma by chance, he doesn’t know what to think anymore. But Emma has a secret. She’s Madam Love, actually. And it’s going to take a whole lot more than a crystal ball to get her out of this mess.
Book Links: Goodread