Sunday, February 5, 2012

Review: Taming Mad Max

Taming Mad Max by Theresa Ragan


Max Dutton, a starting NFL linebacker for the Los Angeles Condors, is certain he’s going to die young since his father and grandfather both passed away at an early age. Believing his life will be cut short, Max lives every moment to its fullest. For this reason, Max also shies away from forming close relationships. What would be the point of falling in love and starting a family only to leave them as his father left him and his sisters?

Nutrition expert, Kari Murphy, used to think Max Dutton was to die for. She's older and wiser now, but then she’s hired by the NFL franchise to follow Max around for a couple of weeks and give him healthy-eating advice, foolproof facts about carbohydrates and tasteful tips on cooking and shopping smart.Kari Murphy must work side by side with the guy she spent one spectacular night with during high school…the guy she pined after for way too long. Too bad he doesn't remember her.

My Thoughts:
Any book that can make me laugh and cry automatically gets points from me.  I am also instantly intrigued by books where the main characters have met before but one of them doesn't remember, because I want to find out why.  This book had all of that and more.   It has your typical secrets and misunderstandings.  I enjoyed the secondary love story with Kari's friend and Max's teammate.  Overall an enjoyable read.   

My Rating:  ****
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