Ciao For Now: A Romantic Comedy

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Ciao For Now: A Romantic Comedy

Ciao For Now: A Romantic Comedy

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Their animosity (and undeniable chemistry) grows as together they’re forced to face a summer of chic parties, adventures through Rome and sharing a home…with the person they can’t stand the most. That's the only explanation for how much CIAO FOR NOW made me laugh, grin ear to ear, and--most importantly--swoon. But when a coffee run goes wrong and Violet accidentally destroys a stranger’s laptop, all of the apology Americanos in the world won’t help her.

But eventually that has to serve some purpose where they address it if she continues to comment on it, and it never really turns into anything. Bromley did such a great job painting such a vivid picture of Violet and her life in Rome and beyond.The Bookish Libra - powered by Enfold WordPress Theme Can’t Wait Wednesday – THE UNMAKING OF JUNE FARROW by Adrienne . this American woman shows up in a room filled with Italian couturiers and fabric designers and instantaneously those Italian women become her fairy godmothers. Ciao For Now is for you if you enjoy the enemies to lovers trope and watching a character grow from a little immature to finding her place. Violet and Matt go on a weekend trip to Capri and stay in what sounds like the most magical oceanfront hotel in existence. At a café in Rome, Violet accidentally knocks into someone’s table, ruining the man’s laptop and drink.

The interactions between MCs felt forced, immature, and lacked chemistry and the secondary characters were kind of annoying. Also big points for the Capri set scenes which were so breezy and satisfying and made me start looking at fights and hotels for vacation next year.With pitch-perfect prose and razor-sharp wit, Kate Bromley delivers an Italian vacation within the pages of this charming novel.

While Violet and Matt do have some great moments together and some really fun banter, I didn’t feel like the romance was strong enough. As the book progresses and more is revealed about Violet, you find the connection that is needed to truly settle into the book. Fresh off winning her placement along with two of her classmates, Violet is ready to embrace everything Rome has to offer — the food, the inspiration, and apparently the floor of a café as she face plants into a table after believing she has seen her ex half way across the world. That or “When in Rome…”, either case, Violet is taking both head on as she lands in Rome and gears up for an internship of a lifetime. Finance is provided by PayPal Credit (a trading name of PayPal UK Ltd, Whittaker House, Whittaker Avenue, Richmond-Upon-Thames, Surrey, United Kingdom, TW9 1EH).At 20 she left fashion school to follow a man who then left her (he is selfish, but as time goes on in the book it becomes clear that both of them know that though they like each other, maybe even love each other as friends, they are not a match but they have been together so long they are terrified to let go of one another.

Violet learns its never to late to follow your dreams and it's OK to let go and trust other people again after a once broken heart. In art, in fashion, in life, there will always be people who want to mold our bodies into ways that will suit them, but this can never be.Smart, warm, and laugh-out-loud funny, CIAO FOR NOW is a must-read for anyone who could use a taste of la dolce vita. Erin La Rosa, author of For Butter or Worse When an American interning at a fashion house in Rome butts heads with her professor's surly son, sparks fly!

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