Book Review: Mad Love by Colet Abedi

Paper, Pen, and No Plan

Sophie Walker just blew her entire bank account on this exotic vacation to the Maldives. She needs this time away from her controlling parents, a career she hates, and a passionless ex-boyfriend, and her best friends have vowed to help her forget all of that. However it’s Clayton Sinclair, an English stranger also vacationing on the island, who removes all thought of LA from her mind. Sophie finds herself falling fast for Clayton, eager to step into his world of passion and wealth. Has she found the man of her dreams, or is this really too good to be true?

I have mixed feelings about this book. Certain parts of it I loved. The way that the relationship between Clayton and Sophie began and progressed felt realistic, albeit not a scenario that happens all that frequently. Otherwise there would be a lot more women coming home from vacations with stories…

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