Kiss Me At Midnight (Romano Family)
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- Item Weight : 9.1 ounces
- Paperback : 258 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1944137343
- ISBN-13 : 978-1944137342
- Product Dimensions : 5 x 0.59 x 8 inches
- Publisher : Lange House Press (November 27, 2018)
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: #5,672,352 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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I loved the second chance trope for this story. Especially when Celeste and Filipe finally realize who each other are. Be still my heart (it might have pitter patted a few times throughout the book). Filipe Romano is, in my opinion, the epitome of a perfect gentleman. If you've read the book in this series, Love Me At Sunset, then you've met Filipe and have a little bit of knowledge of his story and character. If you haven't you're definitely in for a treat. Anytime he thought of Celeste, he was always searching for ways to care for her, to show her that she mattered to him, even if she would only allow friendship between them.
I just loved the tender friendship and romance between Celeste and Filipe. They compliment each other as characters. Add into that relationship her son, Lucas, and the dynamics of their relationship were even better. And can I just add in my thoughts about that cover? It is absolutely stunning! It fits the title and a certain scene so perfectly! I love it! If I were to nominate a book by its cover alone, this one would win hands down for me!
I haven't really mentioned half the things I wanted to in this review but I think I've done a good job of conveying my love for this book. This one is one I highly recommend. The setting in Portugal, at an aquarium added such a fun dynamic to the story. There are plenty of great surprises throughout the book. There's humor and tender moments. Heartache and sweet moments of healing. Definitely plenty of swoony moments as well. Grab a copy and dive in!
Content: Clean. Sweet and swoony kisses but nothing further.
Celeste is a single mom of an adorable little boy, Lucas, who's struggling to make a life for them without any family support. What will she do if Filipe sells the aquarium? Can she forgive him for what happened so long ago and give him a second chance?
I loved this story, but wondered if Celeste and Filipe would've gotten their second chance at love if it hadn't been for the adorable Lucas. He's just as much a part of the story as the two main characters. Celeste is a strong woman trying to get by on her own, and isn't sure if she can trust Felipe again even though the feelings she once had for him come back in full force.
I loved Felipe and how he treated Lucas. They were so sweet together especially with the swans and collecting seashells. Felipe has a naturally caring nature and I swooned when he took care of them when they were both sick.
Of course there's someone there to try to keep them from their happily ever after, but luckily that doesn't last long. I look forward to reading more Romano Family books!
What even worse 130 passenger, couples, non her age, why did grandfather suggest this. For the Captain, attracted to blondes, thinking she was snobbish, picking at food, and he was to be her escort, at all time. Accident keep happening, keeping him writing up reports, why this trip, when it hadn’t happen before, A new cruise director, he wonders who. A delightful story, finding out about her past, a new opportunities await for her, and maybe love.
These are clean stories and good narration.by Conlon. Given audio for my voluntary review and my honest opinion
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To be very frank, I started reading this book without any
expectations but it turned out to be a quick, nice and engaging read. However, the love story is too convenient, without any conflict. And the bonus chapter (after epilogue) is absolutely unnecessary.
You will like it if romance is your favourite genre.