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Posted February 24, 2012
Great read! I love enemies turned lovers themes. From the first chapter, the characters, especially the grandmothers had drawn me in. The chemistry between Max and Lia was fun, and there were moments I found myself laughing at their conversations! The only thing I wish was that the story hadn't ended so soon.
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Posted June 25, 2012
"True Connections" by Clarissa Yip was a wonderful romance novel that was very developed and presented. This novel was bottled up in being funny, sexy, and so emotional. "True Connections" was truly a novel that I could not put down until the end. It was very interesting to see Max finds himself in the line of fire when the families conspire to scheme to find him a suitable match, but wasn't their a real connection between Max and Lia?
To see how two people had supposedly hated each other as children...but were they really hiding their feelings for one another and now having to work together to please their grandma's? This novel was a very HOT and steamy one! The relationship between Max Sheraton and Lisa McEvers was one love-hate relationship....that finally ended up....well I will stop here and just let you read "Tue Connections" to find out just how this all turns out. It will be interesting read! I also liked how the author was to bring it all together with the characters... such as the very interesting grandma's. These two ladies were really amusing and really brought a lot into this story with their matchmaking.
If you are in for a good quick short romance novel .... I would recommend "True Connections" for you.
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