Sunday, September 18, 2016

EskieMama Reads Review: Hopeless Romantic by Seth King

Hopeless Romantic
by Seth King


After losing his engagement to the woman he thought would be the great love of his life, twenty-three-year-old aspiring journalist Graham Herrera is in pieces. After four months, though, it becomes clear just how he can get his life back on track and reassemble his soul: write a book about his lost love and shed her bad blood forever. There’s just one problem: that would make him a “male romance author,” and according to society, men know nothing about romance, right?

Humorous and heartwarming, Seth King’s Hopeless Romantic is an inside look at what happens when you toss away the world’s judgments and decide to write your own future, one romance novel at a time.

Review:                                   5 Stars

Wow, Seth King you are absolutely amazing. Yes I have read books writen by male authors even the romance ones, But by far most of their books were the adventure, crime and just plain male field. Can men write from a woman's point of view, heck yes they can and surprisingly I noticed that it's far more tender and oh heck it got to me ok.
So that your character Graham Herrera went through was not something easy to go through. Yet you managed to capture the feelings so well. I don't want to say much more here so I do not give the book or plot away, but I will be reading more books from you and other male authors if they write about romance. Loved the book.

I received a free copy for my honest review!

Reviewed by Jara

Happy Reading!

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