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You put the book in the library donation pile and grab another book from the bookshelf.
The underlying story of Laura's abandonment by her husband and the way in which this affair helped her heal gives weight to the narrative.
Laura Fraser's autobiographical memoir of finding love in the most wonderful of places (literally!)
This was a book club read so unfortunately I had to read it. Right from the starting hate the writing style and if that wasn't enough to make me want to put it down then the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by ann
This was a very good book to read it kind of make you fantasize all the places that th author visit make me feel that I was therePublished 5 months ago by Maria Madonia
A pleasant read, but didn't care for it as much as I did the author's other novel, All Over the Map. I realize now I read them out of order though. I read All Over the Map first. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Lady Lisa
I am am avid reader and the reviews were very rave so I purchased.. 50 pages in to the book, if I could have I would have returned.. who writes a novel in the second voice.. Read morePublished 9 months ago by g
Very disappointing. I could not get beyond the annoying present tense, second person narrative. Kept reading just to absorb some of the Italian Travel - but it really wasn't... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Kathleen
This book is honest! Honest about who she was, what she was doing and doesn't make the story a fairytale However, you cant help but cheer for her. I LOVE IT!!Published 12 months ago by Shazia
Fraser, often thought of as a trail writer, details this on-going story with honesty, humor and great bravery. Read morePublished 13 months ago by sally an slyke
I loved this book's mix of romance, travelogue, and gastronomy as the writer searches for the way forward in her life and is brave enough to share with readers her heartache,... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Hazel Maughan Reitz