Review: When Time Comes by Cat Nicolaou

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When Time Comes (A Summer Romance Novella) by Cat Nicolaou 3/5

14017897_1249598865091528_51945908_nA contemporary romance novella set on the Greek island of Rhodes about a rockstar and an artist who find love that can last forever.

Athena can’t avert her eyes. Alex Dane is back in Greece. Her mind wanders in time, six years ago, to the island of Rhodes. Three lustful days with him and a precious gift he left her with. All she needs is a leap of faith, but will he fly? Dare they dream again “When Time Comes”?

A heart-warming happy-ever-after contemporary romance to enjoy lying on the beach watching the sunsets with your loved ones. A short read perfect for your summer holidays. Get a feel of the Greek islands even from afar.

I downloaded this novella for free from Amazon Kindle.

Review:

30 something Athena has followed the career of 45 year old, Alex Dane, pop superstar since her teens, and she gets the chance to see him live on the Greek Island of Rhodes. Taking the fifteen hour trip to the island she stumbles across the singer on deck and a romance blossoms. Okay, so the narrative is a little cliche and at times unbelievable, but it’s the dream of most women, right? To entice their idol into a steamy fling.

The six years later part was less interesting for me. The whole Mina storyline gave the narrative less credibility in my opinion, but it did make the conclusion a little bit sweeter. Spoilers- they all live happily ever after.

A romance to be read in an hour with a happy conclusion.


The opinions expressed here are those of K.J.Chapman and no other parties

All books reviewed on this blog have been read by K.J.Chapman

K.J.Chapman has not been paid for this review

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