Book Review: Madam Love, Actually by Rich Amooi


I would like to thank Rachel @ Rachel’s Random Resources and the author for providing me with an opportunity to be part of his awesome blog tour. Unfortunately, I was plagued with technical difficulties that kept me from writing my post. I’m very sorry this happened and am appreciative for the copy. All views expressed are my own.


 

Lance Parker is an arrogant know-it-all. As author of the bestselling book Your Soulmate Doesn’t Exist, he says love is for losers. Madam Love is a fortune teller and matchmaker who has brought hundreds of couples together. When the two clash during a radio interview, she admits even someone as irritating and impossible as Lance has a soulmate. He says she’s delirious and a fraud. Then the gauntlet is laid down: Madam Love has two weeks to prove Lance wrong and find him a soulmate. When Lance meets wonderful Emma by chance, he doesn’t know what to think anymore. But Emma has a secret. She’s Madam Love, actually. And it’s going to take a whole lot more than a crystal ball to get her out of this mess.

 

This was a phenomenal romance! When Rachel first sent me an email about this book, I was over the moon. It was a romance novel featuring a fortune teller as the main character! I feel that this novel could have easily been a film as well!😀 The worldbuilding and plot was phenomenal! 

I found myself laughing through The night while reading this one The main characters were great in every way and they went through the plot in the most ideal way possible. There was also so much than what you read at first glance and thought Lance & Emma made a swoon worthy couple. I also loved that the main character is a fortune teller since I do a good bit of fortune telling myself. This novel was truly something magical and I couldn’t recommend it enough!💖

From Great & Popular Reviewers!😀

“A delightful romantic comedy. Easily in my top ten of the year!”
—Devilishly Delicious Book Reviews


“OMG! The funniest and entertaining romantic comedy that I ever read.”
—Books Are My Life

“A delightful and charming story full of laughter and wit with characters you just can’t help but fall in love with.”
—Sinfully Wicked Book Reviews

“Funny as hell.”
—Ana’s Column

“Crazy, fun and, uplifting . . . pure escapism.”
—Ellesea Loves Reading

“The perfect pick-me-up book.”
—The Spoonie Mummy

“I defy people not to read this book and smile, laugh, gasp and swoon.”
—Bernadette Maycock

“This book is filled with so much laughter and love… but warning if you read this in public don’t be surprised if you get strange looks because you’re laughing so hard.”
—Audio Killed the Bookmark

“Rich Amooi has earned a spot alongside my favorite female authors: Kristan Higgins, Kirsty Greenwood, Sally Thorne, and Penny Reid. Bravo! Keep the fun coming, Rich!”
—Sarah Marshall

“A delightful treat.”
—Books and Bindings

“So good I had trouble making myself stop reading to go to sleep.”
—Lisa Loves Literature

“A wonderful, humorous romance that is SO fun!”
Kristan’s Beachread Bookshelf

Rich Amooi is a former radio personality who now writes romantic comedies full-time. He is
happily married to a kiss monster imported from Spain. They live in San Diego, California
with their very hairy daughter, a mini goldendoodle puppy. Rich believes in public displays
of affection, silliness, infinite possibilities, donuts, gratitude, laughter, and happily ever after.

I know it’s not on current tour but since I wasn’t able to be a part and these really cool bloggers were able to post, I thought they should be recognized in case anyone wanted to know from a different perspective and check out these lovely book-blogs!


Thanks so much for your understanding, Rachel! So sorry about the late review! I appreciate your resources. Lol.


Rachel’s Random Resources’ Website

Thanks so much for checking out my review, lovelies! You guys freakin rock! I have been blog hopping around and getting back into my groove. I haven’t been able to access a few sites and it’s been very frustrating!😵 But Akismet sent me a link so they can try and analyze all my issues more. *Sighs* but it’s not stopping me!!!😀 No matter what I am going to keep blogging because as soon as I signed back on I didn’t realize the relief and all the smiles I had just to have my friends around, my real friends! You guys! Until Next Time! Xoxoxo!


 

9 thoughts on “Book Review: Madam Love, Actually by Rich Amooi

  1. I’m so glad you enjoyed this novel. I’m always happy when I read that you have a smile on your face. I hope things are going a little bit better for you, and don’t you worry about all the blog hopping and sites that you are not able to access. Everyone know that you are an amazing person, and would never be angry at you for even a single second 😊 Please take care, and thank you for sharing another terrific Dani approved review 😘😀❤️

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