Adonis in Athens (Romancing Europe #1)

Author: Kat Mizera

Publisher: Self

Rating: 4 stars

Buy Links: Amazon 

Type: Novel in Series 

Provided by Publisher


Blurb:  Paige Carter’s fling with the dark-haired, green-eyed Greek was short, but it blew her mind. Her only regret was not finding out whether she’d ever see him again before he returned to Greece.

Apollo Lakkas earned his degree and was thrilled to return to Greece to begin work with his family’s shipping business. His only regret is the way he left the sweet blonde he met in Vegas—who may or may not be his wife.

When an unexpected proposal throws Paige into a panic, she packs a bag for Athens and does the one thing she knows she must do before she can face any kind of future… reconcile her past.

The moment their eyes meet once again, Paige and Apollo feel the same spark that ignited them down the aisle. Will they be able to plan a future together or is their love destined to be nothing but a bittersweet memory?


Review:  Honestly, this was a sweet and happy read. Both characters were so likeable and I loved the entire storyline.

Paige is dating Tom, but she’s not really thrilled. It’s okay. Tom keeps pushing it, though. He wants marriage and babies, stat. She’s not even sure she wants him. When a surprise proposal ends badly, Paige decides to do what she should have three years earlier…find out if she’d actually married that Greek Apollo!

Apollo isn’t sure what kept him from getting Paige’s number when he left Vegas, but now that she’s back in his life he isn’t letting her go. Can he ask her to give up everything and move to Greece with such little to go on?

But how else can they make it work? He can’t leave his family’s business, can he?

Sun and fun with great sizzle and romance. Great read! Thanks

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