It’s a great chance to stock up on your summer reading if you’re in the Southern hemisphere, or maybe you’re in the Northern hemisphere and need a book to curl up with and escape the cooler weather.
Here’s what reviewers and readers have been saying about The Boyfriend Sessions:
“There is a wonderful serious underside to the laughing and the wine and it brings the best out of the narrative. Williams has managed to balance the light heartedness and seriousness wonderfully which has resulted in an engaging and thoughtful story.” Amy from Lost in a Good Book.
“I figured there would be plenty of comedy or romance, which there is quite a bit of however The Boyfriend Sessions has much more meaningful depth than I realized…Its a wonderful story of finding your way through healing.” Krissy’s Bookshelf
” It had humor, it had emotion, it had passion, and there were enough twists and turns to make it keep me up way too late reading.”
“It’s going into my chick lit favourite pile. Absolutely love this. Couldn’t put it down.”
Please take your seats. The journey to happiness may involve some turbulence.
Christa Morrison has commitment issues, a fact that quickly becomes apparent after she flees a romantic proposal in Paris, the thunder of impending wedding bells ringing in her ears.
Back in Sydney, she turns to her closest friends for reassurance. Instead they offer her a startling and painful diagnosis: she’s a relationship junkie. The cure? An extreme rehabilitation program guaranteed to reform even the most L-word illiterate.
With her girlfriends along for the ride, Christa commits to their radical plan and the chances of recovery look good. The only problem is Max Spencer. The one guy Christa—and her friends—never expected her to fall for. But he’s proving to be a temptation she may not have the willpower to resist…
For a shot at happiness, is being with Max worth betraying her friends? And will Christa have the strength to trust her heart when her colorful relationship history comes back to haunt her?
It might just be enough to make a poor girl leave the country (again).