Mini Review: AMOUR, AMOUR + INFINI by Krista Ritchie & Becca Ritchie

31145148AMOUR, AMOUR
Krista Ritchie & Becca Ritchie

The best aerial technique won’t land 21-year-old Thora James her dream role in Amour—a sexy new acrobatic show on the Vegas strip. Thora knows she’s out of her element the second she meets Amour’s leading performer. Confident, charming and devilishly captivating, 26-year-old Nikolai Kotova lives up to his nickname as the “God of Russia.”

Thora wants to perform with him, but when someone like Nikolai attracts the spotlight wherever he goes—Thora fears that she’s destined to be just background to his spellbinding show.


Krista and Becca Ritchie have done it again!

Everything about this is just so wonderful! From the complex characters to the developed story and sweet romance to the circus setting… just, everything is a delight. And Krista and Becca are so so so freaking good at creating fun, amazing, and well-developed characters that now I want to read more books about the Kotova siblings and Thora, John, and Camila.


Krista Ritchie & Becca Ritchie

“Don’t have a best friend that’s a girl” — this was the advice from my older cousin. I didn’t take it. Because he followed with, “friends don’t f*ck friends. And you’ll want to f*ck her.”

It was terrible advice.

My cousin should’ve told me that being best friends with Baylee Wright — since she was twelve — would be the best and worst decision of my life.


The circus setting in this is great, as is the writing, and I loved all of the side characters (hi, Timo, love of my life). Unfortunately, I couldn’t connect to the main characters, Luka and Baylee, and their relationship. The build-up to their relationship happens in the past, so as a reader it was hard for me to care about their forbidden relationship.

This novel is also really angsty. I’d advise readers to pay close attention to the warning the authors provide at the beginning of the book! There is a lot of sadness and harsh subjects, but there is a happy ending. In fact, some of the conflict resolutions are a little unbelievable? Like someone snapped their fingers and suddenly that thing that was giving everyone trouble is magically solved.

I’m sure KB Ritchie fans will love this, especially if they like their novels a little dark. I guess this one just wasn’t for me.



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