MJ Greenway – Dating Maggie

maggieBlurb: With her 25th birthday looming, Maggie Jennings makes herself a promise…

She will get a boyfriend and an acting gig within the year or break-up with Tinsel Town for good!

She has a cool job as a movie studio guide, and Botoxed blondes and traffic jams have even started to grow on her. She’s using a new dating app and has a dating vlog—but she yearns for more.

Cliff Kincade is in L.A. for a wedding, but he’d much rather be back home at his Oregon ranch…

Still stinging from a divorce, he’s gun-shy about women. But when he meets a cute, curvy tour guide, he’s surprised by the chemistry between them. His ranch keeps him in Oregon, though, and Maggie’s Hollywood dreams keep her in L.A., a situation that can’t possibly work.

Proximity isn’t a guarantee a relationship will succeed—and distance isn’t a guarantee it won’t…

Maggie and Cliff search for happiness in the arms of others, but fate has other ideas. She can’t stop thinking about the rugged rancher, and when her life takes an unexpected turn, sending her back to her hometown of Portland, she’s forced to make some serious choices.

Maggie and Cliff both have dreams—and dreams are a wonderful thing—but what if they’re hoping for the wrong things, and love is waiting in the one place they’d never expect?

Review: Poor Maggie – she just can’t catch a break! From the moment her car won’t start, to the string of unreliable jobs and even more unreliable dates! Everything that could possibly go wrong in someone’s love life, happens to Maggie, including a date ending up in a coma!

But you don’t need to feel sorry for her. She has this uncanny knack of being able to pick herself up and dust herself off regardless of the troubles surrounding her. The best hit for me though was, even though she wanted a boyfriend and kept putting herself out there, Maggie wasn’t once defined by the men who came and went in her life.

I thoroughly enjoyed reading about Maggie’s dramas because if for nothing else, made real life seem that little bit better. The perfect chick lit for an uninterrupted Sunday afternoon with a cup of tea read!