Lissa's Review: Book Boyfriend by Dawn L. Chiletz
KINDLE UNLIMITED PUBLISHER: Dawn L. Chiletz RELEASED: October 31, 2018 GENRE: contemporary romance LENGTH: 224 pages FORMAT: ebook, paperback
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A NEW SECOND CHANCE ROMANCE
I’ve completely had it with men. I’m done.
And in case you were wondering, book boyfriends aren’t real. I should know because I write them.
My name is Greer Hanson. I think I’ve lost my mojo. After having my heart broken, I can’t seem to write about romance or love. When my best friend and publisher recommends an inspiration vacation, I decide to give it a whirl. What’s the worst that could happen?
Enter the perfect stranger. Patrick Fisher knocks me off my feet with his rugged good looks and charm. After one night with him, the words begin to flow. Since I know I’ll never see him again, I use him as my muse. But what do I do when my fantasy comes to life and that man steps right out of the pages of my book?
Book Boyfriends can’t be real. At least, that’s what I keep telling myself. Am I willing to risk having my heart broken all over again?
Maybe this time reality will be better than fiction. FIVE BOUNDLESS STARS
When I first saw this book, I was intrigued. Book Boyfriends, we’ve all had them, those fictional men. Who take our hearts and then we are left kind of sad because, in reality, they don’t exist. But this book is so much more than I thought it would it would be. Greer meets a man randomly and has an encounter that she knew that she’d never forget. So why not write about it? I was surprised by how much this story took hold of me. It hit me emotionally, and I did shed a few tears. I feel that anyone could relate to Greer. The insecurities, the fears of a new relationship, after an awful one. I loved the characters, and it was easy to read this story and get lost in it. This is the first book I’ve read by this author. I also don’t think it will be my last. I loved the writing style and the humor that was mixed in with all the seriousness. There were plenty of bumps in the road. But in the end, they were all where they were meant to be. Overall, Five Boundless Stars