Moving on doesn’t always have to mean goodbye.
Widowed makeup artist Jane Sullivan is more comfortable keeping her husband’s memory alive than dating a pool full of sharks. Ella, her 4 year-old daughter, is her whole world.
When Jane meets Lucas Oliver, famous cover model, it’s hate at first sight. His playboy persona rubs her the wrong way.
Accustomed to every woman fawning over him, Lucas is drawn to the shy, uncompromising single mom and completely melts at the sight of Ella. He is determined to convince Jane that sometimes a second chance can mend a broken heart
Jane is a widowed makeup artist who wants to become a writer. Lucas is the typical playboy model. The kind that every girl loves in love with instantly. When they first met at a writer’s conference, there attraction is anything but love. Jane devises everything about Lucas including his loud parties next door to her hotel room. Flash forward to a few weeks later and they are forced together in Paris by a mutual friend. They both finally let their guards down. Jane learns that second chances can exist. Lucas realizes he needs Jane and Ella in his life. Once they arrive back to the States, a scandal causes Jane to question everything about Lucas. Are they able to with stand anything?
This book was quite interesting. It took a little bit of time for me to get into it. But once I did, it was enjoyable. Throughout the entire book I was cheering for that happy ever after. The characters of Jane and Lucas were rather intriguing. Lucas is your typical male model, who thinks everyone must love him. When he finally encounters someone that doesn’t, he is thrown off guard. Jane, on the other hand, isn’t your typical female character. She is a widow who believes that people can only love one person for their whole lives. She’s comfortable keeping her husband’s memory alive then finding someone else to love. She is the complete opposite of Lucas. However, when Lucas goes through a death, she is exactly what he needed.
The main reason this book isn’t rated higher is the transition throughout the book. One minute they are talking about travelling back to Paris and the next page, it’s already happen. There were a few questions that were left unanswered about current plot points that would have made sense with something else added. Overall, this was an enjoyable book.
Title: Me Tarzan — You Jane
Author: Camelia Miron Skiba
Format: ebook from Book Tours & Blasts (in exchange for an honest review)
Pages: 270 Pages
Release Date: December 6th 2014
Genre: Fiction, Romanic