A classically trained pianist, Steph works as a recording engineer for a small studio when she’s offered the job of a lifetime – travel to the Italian Riviera to help world-famous band, Royalty, record their reunion album after a decades-long hiatus.
Steph could definitely do with the distraction. Her boyfriend – who also happens to be her boss – is increasingly unreliable and erratic, and she’s awaiting news from her doctor after a recent biopsy. So an all-expenses-paid trip to Italy is the perfect escape.
What she doesn’t expect is an instant connection with Rob, the son of Royalty’s lead singer. With her career – and her heart – at a crossroads, what path will Steph follow?
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I have enjoyed so many of TA Williams books before; I love his complex yet complete characters, and his storylines and their settings are second to none. As for the gorgeous black labradors in every book – I confess to being hooked! I was therefore delighted to be given the opportunity to read and review TA Williams latest book.
Steph was a believable, likeable character from the start; a decent, hardworking woman, put in an increasingly impossible situation by her partner – something I am sure many can empathise with. Adding into this, the pressure of waiting for biopsy results – Quite frankly Steph was a bit of a Super Woman in my opinion, for merely holding things together. The Author illustrated incredibly powerful characters and I was confident that those in a similar situation would empathise with her and find solace in her behaviours. I must admit to liking encountering good strong women in my reading!
Ethan, Steph’s partner was not so likeable. I hated the way he often behaved as if Steph wasn’t even there! Waldorf was of course a total love, and his owner Rob seemed pretty special too. I loved the way Steph was so professional, and adored the way she brought so much to Royalty, with her music. She deserved every professional laudit she received.
Steph ends up in a difficult situation, what life to choose, having become closer to Royalty’s lead guitarist’s Son, Rob; how can she possibly choose between the commitments she has made and the commitment she would like to make?
This was a real feel good read, and I do hope that you will read it for yourself, if only to enjoy the scenery and the food – oh the food – mental note to self to stop drooling on my Kindle while reading! This book has everything – a fantastic storyline, wonderful characters and strong, professional women. What’s not to love!
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Scenery and food! I’m intrigued. Wonderful review!