The Madness of Love, also known as A Good Voyage in England, is a work of Shakespeare's re-written into a more adaptable version.
Valentina's twin brother Jonathon left her, breaking his promise to her, for their homeland. Leon, a lonely love-sick man, can't stop obsessing over the beautiful Melody who captures everyone's heart including a young boy and his teacher who has a drinking problem, but Melody can't get over the death of her own brother. Their lives are about to change one special night when they all collide.
I found this book when I was searching for unrequited love. It has many twists that will surprise you along the way. Luckily, it isn't too long that it bores you and each chapter may range from one to five pages. The story is told from six point-of-views, but it isn't confusing. This book is the perfect reading material for the romance lover wishing for something new and different. Sprinkle in unrequited love, forbidden love, and drama, and you have The Madness of Love. Enjoy!