Based on a true story, Three Women in November sends you on safari into the complex jungle of contemporary relationships, with three high-achieving women and an almost extinct beast: a ro-man-tic.
Award-winning mobile games pioneer, Leo, knows his soulmate is out there, yet connecting deeply with three women within three years is a romance miracle. Zoya, ambitious CEO of a government new-media agency in Canberra, didn’t have love on her agenda. Aysha, an in-demand psychotherapist, has never fallen for a client. Jade, partied from rock-chick to global academic, and gave up on love after her recent marriage breakdown.
Leo is a one-woman guy, but one after the other, Zoya, then Aysha, then Jade, push his heart away until they resolve something major in their individual lives. Their self-imposed deadlines fall in the same month.
Leo has a date with destiny and three women in November.
Leo’s heart rolls from one potential car wreck to another. You want to close your eyes, but you just keep reading. Rosalie Ortiz, director/producer, 5*
Three Women in November is a heartfelt story of a man who never gave up on love, and was never afraid to follow his heart. If anyone deserves to find love it is Leo. I loved this book. I could relate to everything that Leo endured. We have all been there. The pain, the joy, and putting your life on edge for that chance to find true love. A great read, despite the tears streaming down my face, and I hope there is a sequel. Michele Russell, 5*
J Shomos takes us on yet another romantic journey of the trials and tribulations of falling in love. The women are relatable, creating not only moments of bliss, but moments of hurt and pain. Romantic, funny, confronting. An addictive story to the end. - Shannon M Marshall, Your Editing Stylists, 5*
I rarely find a book where I laugh, squirm and shout advice at the pages. Being a true story added to the magnetic effect of keeping me on the couch, in long chunks, until 'The End'. Bruce G, 5*
Leo's relentless quest for love is raw and inspirational…I was subconsciously challenged into finding my better inner-romantic, both in depth and persistence. A surprisingly beautiful read. Sceptical Romantic, 5*