Hi, I’m Coral. I was always a hopeless romantic, until the masculine gender broke my heart. After several disappointments, I swore to myself that I wouldn’t let myself get hurt again. Love is great, but suffering for it is shit!
Today I consider myself to be a relatively happy woman. I work as a pastry chef, I have incredible friends and a lovely daughter whom I adore. When it comes to men, all I want is to have good sex and not much else. However, I must confess that there’s someone who makes my silly heart beat faster every time I see him. He’s called Andrew and he’s the head of security for my friend Yanira’s musical tours. Andrew’s a tall, super-handsome hotty with dark eyes and dark skin. If you throw in the fact that he rides a motorcycle and has a naughty little spark in his eyes that drives me crazy, well... But Andrew is wary of romances and is never with the same girl twice. I think that he’s had his heart broken too.
I’m not going to ask him to see me again, but when our eyes meet there’s a strange, unsettling energy between us. I think that we will be together again.
But you’ll only find out about that if you read: Hey, Girl, What Are You Looking At?
A super fun romantic comedy that reminds us that although love might come with an expiry date, sometimes you can make it last the rest of your life.
Planeta Manuscrito (Portugal).