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The Middle Aged Virgin In Italy [Olivia Spring – Book Review] #MiddleAgedVirgin @ospringauthor

Title: The Middle Aged Virgin in Italy

Author: Olivia Spring

Genre: Romance, Chick Lit

Format: Ebook from the author

Read dates: July 25-27, 2020

Rating: 4 stars ⭐️

Blurb:

Can a holiday romance lead to long-term love? 

When Sophia moves to Tuscany to join the hot Italian-stallion she’s fallen head over heels in love with, she dreams of an idyllic life filled with passion, pasta, sunshine and her favourite gelato.

But will the reality live up to the fairy-tale? 

The Middle-Aged Virgin in Italy is a fun, sexy sequel about stepping out of your comfort zone and keeping the spark alive in a relationship. If you like Sophie Kinsella and Sophie Ranald, you’ll love the latest novel in Olivia Spring’s page-turning, romantic comedy series.

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The Middle-Aged Virgin, the first book in the series is available to read for FREE in Kindle Unlimited  – https://amzn.to/2w2UbZu

I am so excited to bring you a blog tour stop for this wonderful, fun book. I was so excited when the author reached out to me, and I could not say no to this fun book. It was just as awesome as the cover shows, and I definitely will be picking up any book Olivia Spring writes.

Here’s my review for this awesome, sassy book:

I read the first book right before this, and I had a lot of fun. There is just something about how Olivia Spring writes that is so lively and interesting. She writes a sassy character and there are a lot of funny scenes. The title alone intrigued me and hence the eagerness to find out what happens to Sophie when she is in Italy!

This book is accurate about what it is like to have a new baby, and that was great. I think this needs to be talked about more in books because babies aren’t always fun.

This is a book about life happening. Sophie is living in a new town with a new baby and a mother in law who doesn’t speak English. Life is not easy for her, but she is doing her best. The small town was well written, and I could just imagine living there myself. Though I think I would go crazy. Also I can attest mother in laws can be the worst, so that was super relatable.

The depictions of Italy were awesome. I loved the trip to Florence, how Sophie and Lorenzo fell more in love. I could just lose myself for weeks traveling around on a Vespa and seeing the land talked about in the book. This would be the kind of adventure I would really enjoy.

I thought it was cute when Sophie decided to take classes to learn the language. What a fun way to make friends!

There is so much I loved about this book, and I am so glad I was able to delve into this fabulous read. It was super fantastic. And just real. Sophie has to learn how to fit into a new place, raise a baby, have a relationship, make friends, deal with new neighbors, and even figure out how to live with her mother in law. These are all struggles I have faced the last couple of years so I could definitely relate.

Thank you so much to the author for the copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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