Wednesday, January 17, 2018


Under the Sicilian Sky

Daring To Love Again, Book 1
Alexia Adams

Contemporary Romance

obliterates a married couple’s shared past in this poignant
second-chance-at-love story.

Matteo Vanni washed up on a Tunisian beach six years ago with no clothes,
identity documents, or memories, just a wedding ring to link him to
his past. He’s reinvented himself as a wealthy entrepreneur, but
now a knock on the head restores some of his memories, particularly
that his wife Bella is waiting for him in Sicily. But returning to
his native land and digging into his mysterious and sudden
disappearance could cost this new millionaire everything.

Sheep farmer Bella Vanni has accepted that her presumed-dead husband is
long gone, so it’s a huge shock when he knocks on her door and
announces his desire to resume their marriage. She can’t trust his
answers on where he’s been or why he left, and she certainly isn’t
keen to walk away from the family farm she labored to save. But their
mutual passion won’t be denied.

When Matteo’s freedom is threatened, Bella must decide which is most
important to her: everything she’s painstakingly built or a new start on love.

Sensuality Level: Sensual

A former world wanderer, Alexia Adams writes contemporary romance
stories that reflect her love of exotic destinations and diverse
characters and cultures. She currently lives near Vancouver, Canada
with her husband and four children and dreams of a world without
housework. As a flight risk mom, romance is her escape and she can
often be found with her nose in a book, pretending she’s somewhere

the tour HERE
for exclusive excerpts, guest posts and a giveaway!


Mary Preston said...

The location wins me over too.

Caroline Clemmons said...

I love books where one of the main characters has amnesia. I certainly wouldn't want to have it, but it makes for an interesting plot. Thanks for sharing with readers today.

Alexia Adams said...

Thank you for hosting my book on your blog. Alexia

amycrocker76 said...

I have always loved Italian as a language. It’s so romantic! I never understood why it wasn’t offered in school. I’ll have to tell my mom about the phrase “flight risk Mom”. She’ll love that! Your book cover is beautiful, and the story inside is such a great read.