Book Review: This Would Have Been Our Song! (Coulda Woulda Shoulda Song #2)

This Would Have Been Our Song - Book CoverTitle:This Would Have Been Our Song! (Coulda Woulda Shoulda Song #2)

Author: Danielle-Claude Ngontang Mba

Genre: Romance, Contemporary Romance, Romantic Comedy

Age Group: Adult (18+)

Rating: 4 stars

Purchase: Amazon

Review copy provided by Enchanted Book Promotions in exchange for an honest review.

Marcus, Greg and Lucia are back in the second part of their journey to their perfect love song… will they finally find it?

Book Two: This would have been their perfect love song…

It has been two years since Lucia Mpobo-Riddell has made her choice between the two men in her life. She and her beloved would have been perfectly happy if it wasn’t for… the constant distractions from her past, her sister Noor’s complicated life, her own doubts and fears. Maybe there wasn’t such a thing as perfection and this was a lesson that Lucia was going to learn the hard way. Greg McMullen and Marcus Grant’s lives had been affected by Lucia’s choice that day in Glasgow two years ago. Since then one had been fighting to keep her when the other had been relentlessly trying to get her back. It soon became apparent to them that she wasn’t the Lucia they met and fell in love with anymore. Her life and priorities had completely shifted. To even consider keeping her or just getting her back, they would have to accept it or they would have to let her go. But would they ever be able to do either?

Two years have passed since the events in the first book, and now, in This Would Have Been Our Song!, we meet with Lucia, Greg and Marcus again.

Without trying to give away the plot, I’ll mention that Lucia is still together with the man she chose at the end of the first book, but now ‘the other guy’ is back, and he’ll stop at nothing to make her his. But to make things complicated, there’s something else going on, involving Noor, Lucia’s sister, a baby, and well, I don’t want to give out spoilers, but it threatens Lucia’s relationship big time.

Many of the secondary characters we met in the first book, appear again here, and it was great seeing familiar faces. Although there’s also some new characters, like Marcus’ older brother, Patrick. It was a bit hard to keep track of all the characters, but the writing, interesting plot, and romance, more than made up for that.

Recommended to fans of romance, and romantic comedy.

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