I am fortunate to have found Melissa Kendall's books a few years ago. Yes, I am a 1NS junkie. I have read almost all of them and love the quick read with a guaranteed Happily Ever After and mind blowing romance. Learning Curve drew me in with it's blurb. Who hasn't second guessed what someone saw in them? Who hasn't worried that they weren't good enough? No hands up I see! But here's your own chance....
Madame Eve may have helped them find one another. But meshing their two worlds together isn't easy.
When Dean is nominated for an Emmy, he is so excited he invites Sally to be his date for the evening. Sally is reluctant at first, but eventually agrees. Petrified the world media will make fun of her for being the fat chick on Dean's arm, she works her butt off to lose weight before the big event.
Can Dean and Sally learn to make life together work? Or will the reality of the differences in their lives be too difficult to overcome?
My Review--Sally and Dean have fallen in love thanks to Madame Eve but Sally still feels that she's not good enough because she's a full-figured woman in the plastic world of Hollywood. I could identify with Sally, both as a teacher and as a woman who never feels good enough. I still don't know why my husband loves me. I don't see what he sees.
Ms. Kendall draws the reader into the story. We have all had a crush on a TV star and would have loved to be with them in public sharing in their limelight but reality is much harder than we think. Dean is a doll, a superstar who knows what he wants and isn't afraid to get it! I love this couple and hope we get to see more of them!
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Melissa Kendall- About the Author
Melissa is a 37 year-old stay at home mum and part-time Software Support Consultant. She lives in Perth Western Australia the most isolated capital city in the world.
She's always loved to read and write and spent most of her teens scribbling poetry and short stories on any scrap of paper she could get her hands on. Over the years as daily life pressures got in the way she lost the passion for it. After her son was born, she discovered online books and her interest in writing was rekindled. It has been a large part of her life ever since.
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