There are three universal truths in this world.
Chocolate is the only thing that is good and pure; panzanells is heaven on a plate; and men are cheating scumbags.
Especially that men are cheating scumbags.
So I kissed my brother's best friend. It was a mistake. But it's a mistake I want to do again and again. But it's OK.
I'm sure he doesn't want to do the same. Right?
After being betrayed by the love of her life in the worst possible way, Lacey Ryan gets the opportunity of a lifetime - to plan her old friend's big wedding day in the sumptuous Amalfi Coast. Less than eager to help plan the celebration that ended up for her in ruins, Lacey is joined by her overzealous best friend, Gabe Sasse, who is more than eager to poke comments at Lacey's tumultuous love life.
The latter of which is exacerbated with the introduction of the foreign hunk, Matteo Di Lorenzi, a photographer who wants to take shots both of the beach and with Lacey behind closed doors.
Explore the beautiful Amalfi Coast in this sexy sequel of Entangle Me.
A fun read, if you can handle cliffhangers.
I've actually written reviews if both the first book and if the books 1-3 box set so I don't want to just regurgitate what I wrote, but the bottom line is simple: if you want a well-crafted story and can accept that it won't have a definitive HEA then you will most definitely enjoy this. As an added bonus, if you read this book and I can pretty much guarantee you'll add "go to the Amalfi Coast" to your bucket list as Maggie Wray's description is just too appealing. Score this one 2 stars if you simply can't stand cliffhangers no matter how well written. My 4 stars presumes that that's not a deal-breaker for you.
This book is book two in the Entangle Me series written by Maggie Way. This particular one is set on the Amalfi Coast. It's a don't miss series!
Destination Wedding Italy
3.5 stars. Amalfi Coast is the second book in the Entangle Me series. The series centers on Lacey who is a wedding planner based in Sydney, Australia and Tristan (though Tristan does not appear much in this installment of the series). While this can be read as a standalone, the book ends in a cliffhanger and the story continues in the next book and throughout the series.
The book blurb adequately describes the storyline so I'm not going to repeat all of that info here. In this book, Lacey and her assistant Gabe travel to the Amalfi Coast of Italy for her friend Amelia's wedding. This is a quick predictable read but filled with real emotions including Lacey's anxiety over flying and being up high on the cliffside at the hotel. The descriptions of the Almafi Coast are vivid and make me want to travel there. I look forward to reading more of this series. As well as more about the evolving relationship between Tristan and Lacey.