When in Rome by Sarah Adams
A Delightful Opposites Attract Romance.
When in Rome by Sarah Adams is a charming romance novel that follows Amelia Rose, a pop star who is burned out from maintaining her “princess of pop” image. Inspired by her favorite Audrey Hepburn film, Roman Holiday, she drives off in the middle of the night for a break in Rome, Kentucky, where she meets Noah, a small-town baker. The two are complete opposites, but they are drawn to each other in a slow-burn romance that is both sweet and heartwarming.
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When in Rome, is a delightful opposites attract romance that is perfect for fans of small-town romance, forced proximity, and slow-burn romance tropes. The story is lighthearted and low angst, with a swoony feel that works.
“When in Rome is a charming, light romance, a modern take on the classic Roman Holiday, featuring well-developed characters and an engaging story.”
The Book Guide® Editor
The small-town setting is relatable, and the local people get all up in the couple’s business, which adds to the fun. The book is a quick and easy read, but the author writes in such a way that you still get completely invested in the characters and their feelings.
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by The Book Guide® Editor4.6/5 Very good