Author - Theresa Ragan
Title - Taming Mad Max
Stars - 3.5
Taming Mad Max:
Max, a NFL player for the Los Angeles Condors, believes he will die young because his father and grandfather both passed away at an early age. Thinking his life will be cut short, Max lives every moment to its fullest. For the same thing, Max also keeps away from close relationships.
Nutrition expert, Kari is hired by the NFL franchise to closely monitor Max for a couple of weeks and give him healthy-eating advice, and tips on cooking and shopping intelligently.
Kari must work with the guy she spent one spectacular night with during high school…the guy she pined after for way too long.
It’s a shame he doesn't recall her.
Taming Mad Max is an amusing and undemanding read. Characters are distinct and while unoriginal are still entertaining. The story is charming, and nothing about Taming Mad Max is excessively convoluted, which can be a boon at times. If you’re looking for a complex plot though, Taming Mad Max is not for you.
This book unfortunately requires further editing. There are a numbers of errors in the detail, for example the heroine's hair tone seems to change without notice. Notwithstanding, it is an enjoyable read.