The 'True Love' Solution (Revised)
Jules Madigan loves his family and he loves his job. The only thing he's missing out on is a Happy Ever After, like the ones written by his favourite romance author Ewan Byge. While he's waiting for that HEA, Jules indulges himself in buying Ewan's old typewriter as memorabilia - before realising he's been defrauded. Through the fraud case, he makes friends with Police Constable Leonard Edgar - and through Leonard, Jules even gets to meet and work with Ewan Byge Himself! But the course of True Love never did run smooth, and soon Jules has to face some harsh realities.
Earn by promoting books
Earn money by sharing your favorite books through our Affiliate program.Become an affiliate
About the AuthorJulie Bozza is an Aussie-English hybrid empowered by writing, fuelled by espresso, calmed by knitting, overexcited by photography, and madly in love with Amy Adams and John Keats.
"All up, The 'True Love' Solution is a light, fun, gentle, sweet read that dances its sprightly way to a lovely and satisfying conclusion. It's a perfect pick-me-up if life has seemed a bit dark lately, and a cheerful confection if life's good and you want to celebrate True Love, even if it does wobble off course sometimes." Narrelle M. Harris, Mortal Words
"This book has no big angst factor, no biting your nails, no heart breaking break-ups, big tear jerking making up or reunion scenes and no broken characters. It is light on the erotic but thoroughly entertaining as it focuses more on the characters, and what wonderful characters they are too. I was in immersed in this book from the beginning and thanks to Julie's wonderful writing was introduced to another set of vibrant, lovable characters." Mark, Sinfully Gay Romance Book Reviews
"I enjoyed this so much - it was well written and properly researched so no distractions from the story line. I would recommend this to anyone who wants to read an amusing feel good old fashioned romance (with a bit of gay sex thrown in for very good measure!)" Fiona, Books Laid Bare Boys