Love Songs for Skeptics: A Novel
Zoe Frixos is the editor of a music magazine in London. She’s a successful career woman and hasn’t cared much for dating since her childhood crush, Simon, got married and moved to the United States. Now, Zoe finds that her magazine is in deep financial trouble unless she can get an exclusive interview with a musician who hasn’t done anything in public for a decade. Add to that that Simon is now divorced and moving back to London and Zoe might be able to find love after all.
This book has it all. First, Zoe is a strong, likable heroine who isn’t afraid to assert herself, except when it comes to confessing her feelings for Simon. Her job confidence, heart for her friends and co-workers, and her musical knowledge make her so much fun to read about. The other characters are well-drawn and all of the sub-plots are not only intriguing in their own rights, but they also combine to advance the main plot.
This is one of those special books that makes you want to read as fast as possible so you can see how it all turns out, but you also want to savor it because you don’t want it to end. The book is fresh and fun and an absolute joy to read.
|Page Count||416 pages|
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