Making Over Mr. Right Review

Making Over Mr. Right is a fun Greek mythology fantasy type story about finding true love despite all obstacles. Zoe Degodessa is the Muse of Beauty and daughter to the powerful Zeus. Zeus is a demanding father and Zoe knows better than to ever disobey him. He is sending his three daughters to earth on a mission. Each one of them is to inspire mortals with their special traits.

Kyra will inspire people to believe in good fortune, Chloe will bring happiness to mortals and Zoe will enhance their lives through appearance or design. If they successfully complete their missions, they can freely live on Mt Olympus without any more tests or missions to complete. But if they fail, the sisters will be banished to live on earth until their dying day. There is one rule for the sisters to obey and that is not to fall in love with a mortal. It is strictly forbidden and they must abide by this rule.

While designing store front windows in Manhattan, Zoe meets a very successful businessman named Theo Maragos. Theo is going to be featured in a prestigious magazine and desperately needs a home makeover. After viewing Zoe’s design work he hires her to help him makeover his apartment and his geeky looks. Will Zoe be able to turn Theo from geek to hottie and not fall for him in the process?

As time passes, Theo and Zoe become close friends. How will Zoe return to Mount Olympus and forever leave Theo? Zoe guards her secrets about who she really is and hopes not to break Theo’s heart in the process. Will Zoe’s real identity be discovered or will Zoe be able to successfully completely her mission without any problems?

Making Over Mr. Right is an enjoyable book from start to finish. The characters are engaging and the storyline is original and entertaining. The Greek Mythology added an interesting element to the romantic storyline. This was my first book by Judi McCoy and I look forward to reading her previous books.

1 comment:

  1. Hum I like books that take a twist on the Greek myths. So far my fav has been A Greek God at the Ladies CLub. That was really adorable.
    Good review I might have to check this one out.


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