The strong sense of place is the best thing about this intriguingly titled ebook. You get a really good feel for the country’s culture-clash of modern and traditional values, as well as discovering its colourful people. -The BronteSister
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The best part of the book was the illustrated cat and the ending. Much of the story was told in a hysterical, teenage drama, muddled life. Read morePublished 6 months ago by ZM
I enjoyed this quick read. It's characters are developed just enough to make them relatable and though the plot line is somewhat far-fetched the zany antics and twists are very... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Paula S. in CT
A fun read-a sweet chick lit novel set in Northern Italy. This is the story of Lily an Ex Pat a big Hearted American. Read morePublished 8 months ago by lady g
Wish I had read this one first, got them mixed up and read the next one frist. Oh, well still read the series...Published 9 months ago by Elaine Carr
Quirky, madcap, scatterbrained...all apply to the heroine and her sweet delicious madness.
Julie Sarff has a wonderfully humorous stream-of-consciousness writing style... Read more
This book made me chuckle, and I loved to delve deep into the Italian way of life with this romantic comedy / mystery. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Beate Boeker
Poor Silvio! Not only does the Italian Prime Minister have political problems (most of which he brought on himself), maid Francesca keeps predicting his imminent demise. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Never Enough Books!
This is a fun read that kept me interested through the whole book. Kittens, a psychic, movie stars, and a treasure hunt... the ingredients to a fun and light summer book!Published 14 months ago by ClayCat