Sunday, October 29, 2023

✱✱Book Review✱✱ Almost in Amalfi by Leigh Adams

Title: Almost in Amalfi
Series: Vagabond Series
Author: Leigh Adams
Genre/Tropes: Best Friends to Lovers, Second Chance, Travel Romance, Steamy, Spicy, Interracial Couple
Release Date: August 29, 2023

Two best friends. A secret crush. Ten days to fall in love . . . again.

I almost had it all until my world turned upside down. I needed an escape from my cheating ex-boyfriend and my meddling mother.
My best friend and one-time love, Raymond Smith, convinced me to pack my bags and leave the past in the past. A getaway to the Amalfi Coast was just what I needed.
Romance is in the air. Our passion reignites. I swore I’d never let him break my heart again. But the more I tried to resist him, the more I realized he just might deserve a second chance.

I desperately needed a vacation. I’ve held on to my secret for long enough. This trip was the perfect cover for me to prove how perfect we are together and finally win her back.
Val may think it’s too late to begin again, but I’ve never been more certain of anything in my life—and I won’t leave Amalfi without her.

Escape to Amalfi as Ray and Val share a steamy rendezvous that will have them both questioning whether best friends do indeed make the best lovers.

Momma says: 4 stars⭐⭐⭐⭐
A little steam, a little fun, and a friends-to-lovers second chance romance. I love a second chance, and Ray worked so hard for his. Honestly, if he hadn't gotten his second chance, that would've been the only way I wouldn't have liked this one. Val had to get out of her own way a bit, but I found myself rooting for this couple pretty quickly, and I loved their location. The Vagabond Series has been all about travel, and since I didn't get to do that this year, I've had to live vicariously through the characters. Val and Ray rank pretty high on that list, and this may be my first time reading Leigh Adams's work, but I'll be watching for more. 


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