Melanie Allen needs a change. Longing to escape her uneventful life, the introverted librarian jets off to picturesque Montenegro for a one-week tour. With little confidence in herself, she encounters a stunningly handsome man and acts impulsively for the very first time.
Theo Martinovic is gorgeous, self-confident, and a town local. Everything Melanie is not. Still unsure how she managed to capture his attention and sensing he’s holding back wounds of his own, Melanie knows she must defy her self-conscious ways if she doesn’t want to repeat the mistakes of her past and give true love a chance.
Romeo Dante Lorenzo, owner of cobalt blue eyes and a chiseled jawline, is one of New York’s most eligible bachelors. Too bad he’s not looking for love.
Used to a different type of women—beautiful and vain—Romeo doesn’t think much of Siena Borrelli upon first meeting her while attending to family business in Italy.
After divorcing her cheating husband, Siena started a new life in Rimini, Italy, a coastal town as unique and warm as its occupants, caring for an elderly woman who owns the old hotel she now calls home. When the woman’s great-nephew, Romeo, visits to sell the place, Siena won’t
let it go without a fight. His physique can be distracting, but she’s determined to not let it deceive her.
Can they both look beyond the surface?