Review: Plain Again by Sarah Price

Young Amish woman Amanda and international Cuban superstar Alejandro surprised the world by tying the knot. But for the celebrated singer, time doesn’t stand still after the big “I do.”

Alejandro must return to his life on the road and into the fray of a demanding tour and his adoring fans. After their brief period of marital bliss, the new couple struggles under the media’s constant intrusion into their romance and fights to sustain the bond they first discovered at Amanda’s Pennsylvanian farmland home.

When the paparazzi report a juicy story that could threaten Alejandro’s reputation and cause Amanda to doubt their promises to each other, the two face a hardship that may put their budding union at risk.

Can their love survive worldwide scrutiny and the distance his stardom creates between them?

Rating 4/5

Plain Again is the third book in the Plain Fame series and continues the story of Amanda and Alejandro.

Amanda's father has suffered a stroke, and she is torn between her love for Alejandro and her feeling of responsibility toward her family - with her sister newly married to an Amish man in Ohio, she knows it is easier and faster for her to fly home,  than it is for her sister to travel by bus from Ohio.

 With her father's welfare heavy on her mind, Amanda decides to leave Alejandro to complete his engagements and tour on his own - but will it spell the end of their marriage?

An excellent read!  

Publisher: Waterfall Press
Publication Date: 29 September 2015
RRP: $12.95

I received an ebook from the publishers via Netgalley for the purposes of a review, this review is my own personal view and is not required to be positive.

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