When in Rome by Sarah Adams


Rome is where the heart is.

Amelia Rose is burned-out from years of maintaining her public image as pop princess Rae Rose. Inspired by her favourite Audrey Hepburn film, Roman Holiday, she drives off in the middle of the night for a break in Rome . . . Rome, Kentucky, that is.

Running the pie shop his grandmother left him, Noah Walker is busy enough as it is. But after finding Amelia on his front lawn in her broken-down car, he decides to let her stay in his guest room – on a very temporary basis, of course.

As the two of them grow closer, Noah starts to see a new side to Amelia – kind-hearted and goofy, yet lonely from years in the public eye. Amelia may have to go back to her other life someday, but for now she’s perfectly happy falling in love with the cozy small town she’s found herself in . . . and her grumpy tour guide isn’t half-bad either.


This was such an adorable read,I love a good slow burn romance and this is so much more, the romance between Amelia and Noah is just perfect, they had such satisfying chemistry. This would make a great Hallmark movie, sometimes could be a bit cheesy but that’s what I loved, it adds to the humour.

Very much what some would consider a guilty pleasure, but I never hold with that view, why would you feel bad about something you love so this is just a pleasure to me. This is such a cute read and this book had such a satisfying ending

I definitely recommend this to romcom lovers, celebrity romance lovers and just anyone who loves a Heartwarming romance. Thanks to netgalley and the publisher for a free copy for an honest opinion

About the author

Born and raised in Nashville TN, Sarah Adams loves her family, warm days, and making people smile. Sarah has dreamed of being a writer since she was a girl, but finally wrote her first novel when her daughters were napping and she no longer had any excuses to put it off.

Sarah is a coffee addict, a British history nerd, a mom of two daughters, married to her best friend, and an indecisive introvert. Her hope is to always write stories that make you laugh, maybe even cry; but always leave you happier than when you started reading.


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