When I stepped on that flight to Rome, I never could have imagined the man sitting across the aisle from me would tilt my world on its axis.
He claimed it was fate that brought us together.
But I never believed in such notions.
That was something for the dreamers, the romantics, not someone as practical and pragmatic as I.
Fate had nothing to do with me walking in on my soon-to-be husband in a compromising position with his secretary.
Fate had nothing to do with me hopping on a plane to Rome, effectively standing up my former fiancé on our wedding day.
And fate certainly had nothing to do with the handsome stranger sitting across the aisle from me, one w
ho would open my mind and heart to things I never thought possible.
Because if fate is real, she’s cruel and unforgiving.
I thought I’d left my past behind when I stepped onto that plane.
I was a fool to think I could ever truly escape my past.
Not when it’s so viciously intertwined with my present.
This book was fast-paced and leaves you breathless.
I thought it was a good premise with the female mc leaving her fiance at the altar for cheating. Going to Rome, she meets a guy that offers to rock her world. But the elements of the story seem a little odd to me. Like not knowing who this man is even though he’s famous. It leaves the ending unbelievable, in my opinion.
Despite those issues, it left me with an enjoyable read and at the ending was abrupt and had me scratching my head and gasping at the revelation.