- By Sally Mason

Mr. Love: A Romantic Comedy

  • Title: Mr. Love: A Romantic Comedy
  • Author: Sally Mason
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 441
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Mr Love A Romantic Comedy The pen name is deadlier than the sword Desperate for money literary author Gordon Rushworth writes a romance novel and self publishes it under a female alias To his astonishment it becomes a mega be

    The pen name is deadlier than the sword Desperate for money, literary author Gordon Rushworth writes a romance novel and self publishes it under a female alias To his astonishment it becomes a mega bestseller, sparking a feeding frenzy in New York publishing and hit hungry Hollywood Soon a gorgeous and ambitious young Manhattan agent, Jane Cooper, arrives in Gordon s VeThe pen name is deadlier than the sword Desperate for money, literary author Gordon Rushworth writes a romance novel and self publishes it under a female alias To his astonishment it becomes a mega bestseller, sparking a feeding frenzy in New York publishing and hit hungry Hollywood Soon a gorgeous and ambitious young Manhattan agent, Jane Cooper, arrives in Gordon s Vermont village hunting the mysterious female novelist, forcing him to concoct a desperate plan to conceal his identity a plan that pitches him into an increasingly hilarious spiral of lies, lust and love.Sally Mason grew up on a diet of romantic comedies and is happiest when she has a tear in her eye and a smile on her face.Other romantic comedies by Sally Mason Rent A Husband Gone HollywoodInternational readers please note this book is available on Kindle via US, UK, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Japan, Canada, India, Brazil Mexico.

    1 thought on “Mr. Love: A Romantic Comedy

    1. I hope my review doesn't provide any spoilers for anyone. I'm unsure what the tone of this novel was really supposed to be. Was it supposed to be light and funny? Judging from the ending, it seems like it was intended to be written in the style of a Romantic Comedy movie. The problem though, is that "Mr. Love", Gordon, is pretty much a pretentious jerk and I didn't feel any chemistry between he and Jane at all. I saw no spark to make them interested in each other. The situation with Jane's fianc [...]

    2. I started off hating this book. I wanted to quit and pretend I hadn't opened it. Not even give it the one star it didn't deserve. I'd just come off some dark, heavy dystopia, and I needed fluff, and well, I didn't see that this was what I was looking for. It says 'A Romantic Comedy', but it was really pretentious farce, from what I saw.But I decided to stick with it. Yes, Gordon is an emotion-less arse. Yes, Jane is a desperate, ladder-climbing problem child. Yes, the writing feels like a Brit i [...]

    3. I kept reading and reading, waiting for the romance OR the humor. I'd have settled for either one, but got neither. Jane, the heroine, is just blah. And she's the better half of the H/h pair. The hero is a pompous, arrogant, self-important jerk, pining for decades over his dead first girlfriend.Jane's character actually moves backward in terms of growth and development. She goes from being a rather weak figure to being downright pathetic when things begin to fall apart.I kept waiting, hoping Gor [...]

    4. Mr. LoveI'm now addicted to this author. I've read all three of them and highly recommend them all. Chick lit they may be but you will definitely place this book among those you'll read again.

    5. Delightful!An absolute pleasure to read! It's adorably cute, funny and truly well written. The characters are charming and quirky and so much fun! I look forward to reading more of Sally Jason's writing. She is a true artist!

    6. Although the grammar sometimes seems awkward, the story works quite well for me, at least up to the epilogue where too much is wrapped up too quickly, too easily.

    7. UghCouldn't finish it. This is the biggest piece of drivel I've ever attempted to read. Thank God it was free.

    8. Absolutely charming. I thought the ending was a bit rushed, but maybe that's just because I was enjoying the read so much.

    9. I thought it was a comedy?? I always wonder why the very"posh" writing style is set in NY?? Doesn't work

    10. Honestly, I feel bad because I didn't get to finish this one. I found myself not wanting to pick up my Kindle any longer and as much as I tried to muddle my way through. As soon as the lady figured out who the real author was I just wasn't excited anymore. It was dragging so hard for me. I thought it was going to be fun and exciting. Especially, when we discovered her fiance. However, it just wasn't. For me anyway. I kept having to stop and use the dictionary on certain words. Maybe that's my sh [...]

    11. Every now and then I like to read a romantic comedy that'll make me giggle as I read, this was a great novel to choose. The characters were funny as well as the story line. It was a good book and I didn't want it to end. I enjoyed the characters. I will be reading more books by Sally Mason. Mr. Love, was a good book and if you want a good book to curl up by the fire with that will make you giggle as you read, I suggest this book!

    12. This one took me by surprise, being better than I expected. A very good story easy to read, with a couple of twists along the way. I wasn't really into the author's style of writing, but I would try another by her.

    13. Really enjoyed this book. Gorden starts off as, well something of an ass. Jane Cooper is an interesting woman, & Gorden's sister Bitsy is a shy woman who steps out of her comfort zone, not so much to help her brother but to help support her "dream man". A romance with a twist.

    14. Love your writingI would recommend it. That's all that I have to say. I will use filler, read read read it.q was

    15. I feel kinda bad rating this as a 2, but it really didn't grab or keep my interest. Did finish the book and liked how it ended though.

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