BOOK REVIEW: REPLAY
Don’t let the cover fool you, this is not a RomCom. This book was a bit intense, and there is a potential for triggers in this story — a complicated second-chance romance.
While this is a standalone novel, you might enjoy it better if you’ve read other books in the series. Replay was the first of Ms. Daws’ work that I’ve read, so there were a few instances where I was a bit confused with all the Harris characters, and I found the beginning a bit slow but was intrigued to find Tilly and Santino’s HEA.
Not all players deserve a second chance… no matter how hot their first chance was.
Football club lawyer, Santino Rossi is known in the locker room as the two-month chump. For years he’s been on a mission to find someone he can share his basil plant with and cure him of his former playboy ways.
Tilly Logan is a fiery, Scottish lass who didn’t bat an eye five years ago when a smoldering Italian pulled her into a nightclub bathroom. He was dark, dangerous, and exactly the good time Tilly was looking for—even if he worked for her over-protective brother’s team.
But a lot has changed and when Tilly returns to London five years later only to find herself trapped in an elevator with the smoldering Italian, it isn’t a happy reunion. Especially because her brother blames Santino for her high tailing it back to Scotland in the first place.
Tilly doesn’t want a replay of past mistakes and reconnecting with Santino is playing with fire.
But if they keep their relationship a secret, it could be worth the burn.
A new 100,000 word standalone from Amazon Top 13 Bestselling author, Amy Daws. This is a second chance romance set in the Harris Brothers world but can be read on its own.