That makes the reader ponder whether she can truly move past the image. Mucho Caliente is well-written, hard to put down once you delve in, and introduces the reader to exotic locations with a brief interlude into the personal lives of the people behind the music. This is such a funny book. I have never been this absorbed in a book before.
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I laugh out loud reading it and everyone around me looks at me like I am crazy! I highly recommend this book. Since I am finished reading this book, let me just say that I hated for the book to end. I honestly hope that this book becomes a series. This would be the perfect book for it. Here is my review Gemma just went through a divorce from Richard, a very dull man with the ability to squash all her hopes and dreams in a This is such a funny book.
Here is my review Gemma just went through a divorce from Richard, a very dull man with the ability to squash all her hopes and dreams in a single insulting comment. He laid a very generous offer on the table during their divorce but Gemma turned it down opting instead for independence and the satisfaction she would get making it on her own. Boarding a plane to Ibiza, she has not idea how much her life will change.
She couldn't have imagined that Emilio Caliente, the most famous Latino superstar in the world, would sit beside her on the plane.
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Her fantasies start to take on a life of their own as she strikes up a conversation with Emilio, leaving her to wonder if dreams come true. I very much related to Gemma's character because she had so many insecurities, dreams and a steadfast opinion of what romance and love should be. A fabulously beautiful, zany, entertaining, and curious character, she constantly questions her own and everyone else's motives.
It takes Emilio, a gorgeous hunk of a man and a Latin superstar swooned over by females the world over, to show Gemma she could have her pick of men and that her imperfections represent her individuality and attractiveness. Emilio's character is the proverbial package with his sexiness, wit, charm and understanding. Did I mention sexy? He is the epitome of what women fantasize about.
The hilarity begins with their first meeting and doesn't stop until the end. The relationship between Gemma and Emilio strengthens as they journey together through many hilarious situations. The Caliente chicks, the outright nasty manager and the vindictive ex husband lend a comedic twist to otherwise awkward situations. Mucho Caliente will make you laugh, cry, get angry and every emotion in between. Francesca balances the perfect amount of imagery and comedy to ensure that even the worst cynic is left with a smile on their faces. Mucho Caliente is a laugh out loud hilarious read that left me wanting more and certainly transcended my expectations.
So sit back, relax, crack open that book and be prepared to be whisked away to the world that is Mucho Caliente! This book is a must read for any lover of romantic comedy. I look forward to reading more work from Francesca Prescott. She has proven through Mucho Caliente her writing is comparable to most seasoned writers.
I consider any of her books to be an automatic add to my to be read list. Jan 23, Sheryl Browne rated it it was amazing. This is not your average toy-boy type read. This is two people who are truly fated, and you believe it! If you want chick lit with loads of laughs, attitude and fizz read this truly effervescent romantic comedy. Sea, sand and Mucho Caliente!
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It is a romantic comedy about a recently divorced woman who moves to Ibiza to get away from her boring ex-husband. On the flight, she happens to sit next to Emilio Caliente, latin pop superstar. The latter is running away from his annoying manager and her demands. Naturally, our heroine is a huge fan.
ensmarlucon.tk A magnet for clubbers, the White Isle also offers beautiful out-of-the way coves and villages, UNESCO World Heritage Sites and a history that is as varied as the two million visitors who descend each year. Mucho Caliente! Gemma is recovering from a divorce and is determined to get her life straightened out in her new home of Ibiza. A rromantic comedy that warms the heart and offers a terrific snapshot of life and love on the island.
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