Chasing Love

Chasing Love

by Ju Ephraime


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Chasing Love by Ju Ephraime

Matilda "Tilda" Fontanilla, a forty-something-year-old woman, finds herself divorced from her husband of sixteen years, left with the responsibility of raising three young children. After struggling to go it alone for a year, Tilda takes the leap and ventures into online dating. Her first two dates from are failures, but she doesn't give up. She agrees to a date with a third man, David. She meets him for brunch on Mother's Day, which happens to be the anniversary of the date her husband walked out on her. Tilda is leery, but given her fear of ending up alone, particularly on Mother's Day, she agrees to meet.
David has been looking for the woman of his dreams for a few years now; having no luck, he's joined an online dating club. So far, he has gone on a few dates with the women he's met online, but nothing has come of it. His date with Tilda will make his fifth. . Given his track record, he is not too optimistic, but he is all for keeping an open mind. And boy is he glad he did. One glance at Tilda and David is at full attention, literally.
When Tilda sees David walking toward her, she's elated. She feels as though she's hit pay dirt. Is this it-will she finally be able to stop chasing love? Can this mean that these two individuals have finally found love? Will David be able to satisfy the passionate longing that Tilda has finding a love of her own? And will Tilda's Mother's Day be different going forward.......?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780991187966
Publisher: ENVISION Business & Computer School Publishing
Publication date: 05/25/2015
Pages: 170
Product dimensions: 4.37(w) x 7.00(h) x 0.38(d)

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Chasing Love 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This isn't your average boy meets girl kind of romance, and I really like that. The main character, Tilda, is older and dealing with real-life issues like going through a relationship as a more mature person. I like that it didn't seem to follow a formula. It wasn't boy meets girl, conflict, and get together. The story progressed like a natural relationship would. It was quite refreshing.
Talleyrand More than 1 year ago
Another well written love story from Ju Ephraime. This author knows how to hook you into a story. I was with Matilda to the end. A satisfying read.
Kelly1A More than 1 year ago
Lively romance with pleasing leads. I could feel the anxiety of Tilda as she prepared to face the next chapter of her life. A chapter that many of us have had to face alone; scared and sometimes desperate. The insertion of the on- line dating aspect was a nice hook. It's very cool to see how that really works. One never knows.... 
SammyKSK More than 1 year ago
Charming and sweet book with well written characters and a believable arc, "Chasing Love" makes your heart pound for Tilda.  You desperately want her to find the happiness that she's been looking for all these years. It's rare to feel so connected to character, but Ephraime manages that here in scintillating fashion.  
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed Chasing Love. It is well written and the characters are quite memorable. Tilda is in her 40’s, which makes this story more relatable for many of us. It has it all: romance, drama, some passionate moments. If you love a great romance story, you can’t miss this one. I’ve read other works by Ju Ephraime, and she is one of my favorite authors. 
izzibellaB More than 1 year ago
Chasing Love is a sweet read that will leave you with a wonderful feeling about love. Tilda and David meet over the internet and it's an instant attraction. The only issue that Tilda has is that she's a few years older than David, she has children, and was previously married. She doesn't know how he will react when they finally meet in person. Their meeting goes well and it seems their attraction goes above and beyond than what they'd experienced online. It seemed Tilda brought lot of drama to the table as she was always worrying about if she was good enough for David and how was it possible that she could satisfy this young man. The romance seemed genuine and the heat level was enough to make me blush in a few parts, which is a good thing. I can honestly say that then ending was beautifully written and Tilda got what she deserved. Well, done, Ju Ephraime, for creating another masterpiece involving romance, drama, and of course some intense heat in a novel that will bring a smile to every readers face.