Two strangers touring seven European countries in ten days make for one perfectly unexpected love story in this charming vacation romance.
When Sarah Agnoli, a schoolteacher from Cornwall, wins an all-expense paid European coach tour, it’s the perfect chance to show her cheating ex-husband that she’s fine without him. She even convinces a handsome American stranger to play the role of boyfriend so she can post their selfies.
How can Tennessee businessman Matt Anderson say no to the charade? Sarah’s sweet and charming, and he could use the company. But somewhere between the fairytale castles of Germany and Via Cappello in Verona, something clicks.
Yesterday it was a game of pretend. Today, Max and Sarah want to play for keeps. Tomorrow? Impossible. They’ll both be heading their separate ways. Fate brought them together. Now it’s up to fate to make sure they’ll never be apart.
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It is a book
It is a book. It has a plot. There are characters. There is dialogue. There is nothing particularly offensive. There is nothing horribly grating. As far as I got into the book anyway. Quit about three-quarters of the way through because why bother. Several wait-what moments, where the reader is left wondering why something happened or if something even happened. No character development lead to that point. Nothing in the plot drove it to that point. Feels like like the whole book was just churned out by someone told to write a romance novel.