El Problema deJugar a ser Cupido., Libro 2 de la serie Cupido by Tamara Philip
Una Nochevieja, la tímida cantante December Brown, le manda borracha un mensaje de texto su colega y presentador de un programa de entrevistas, Trace Randall sobre su enamoramiento de hace tiempo por el distante actor, Tom Elmswood. Pensando que los dos famosos harían una bonita pareja, imprudentemente decide jugar a ser un casamentero…delante de un público en vivo. ¿Conectarán con el amor estos dos corazones solitarios o la flecha de cupido ha errado el tiro?
After spending most of her life in New York City, Tamara Philip decided to let love lead her on an international adventure, where she's met many amazing people and ate entirely too much. Tamara and her English-born fiance, Chris, now split their time between the United Kingdom and The Caribbean.
The Trouble with Playing Cupid was her debut novel, and The Trouble with Romance, Book 2 in the Cupid Series. Writing has been her secret passion since childhood. Quirky female leads are her trademark.
On any given day you can find Tamara telling people what to do, dodging wedding planning, and working hard on her next novel.
REVIEWS (English Edition)
Despite having placed the book down due to being busy, as soon as I picked it up again, I had no problem being wrapped back up into the story. The characters are able to be connected with and each have their own quirks that give them life. The tone of the book is so casual that it feels as if you're right in the thicket of the story's environment. Additionally, the tone complements the characters very well as it emphasizes the thoughts of each of them that makes their situations feel real. Anytime a book can make me use my imagination to paint the picture, it's doing a darn good job.... Kelsey
Who doesn't like a gritty love story. The romance plays out to be true to imagination with a real flare for an intimate setting and flawless character portrayals, the character 'Trace', being my favorite. The authors writing style sucks you in to the pages and I found I couldn't put it down.
I was actually late for an appointment yesterday as I was so engrossed reading this book on the train that I missed my stop lol. I hope Tamara brings a lot more romance to our lives, and I will definitely be watching out for more books to come by this talented new author.... Pennie Mae Cartawick, Author of the Sherlock Holmes book series