Mischief in Italy is told from the point of view of several differentcharacters -- some important and some not so important -- which produces a truly great and well-rounded story. Not only do you get to know plentyof different characters, but you pick up little tidbits that make thestory even funnier as it progresses. Beate Boeker has written ahilarious story of love, miscommunication, and secrets. Plus, you can'treally go wrong with a companionship ad that begins with "old geezerwith no hair on his head but plenty on his back," especially when theold geezer gets more than one reply! The story, above all else, istremendously witty with a lot of action but it isn't fast-paced. Infact, it feels like a relaxing boat ride on Lake Garda.
Reviewed by Natasha Jackson for Readers' Favorite
About the Author
By day,Beate is a global marketing manager with a degreein International Business Administration, and her daily experience inmarketing provides her with a wide range of fodder for her novels, beit hilarious or cynical.
While'Boeker' means 'books' in a German dialect, her first name Beate canbe translated as 'Happy' . . . and with a name that reads 'HappyBooks', what else can she do but write novels with happy endings?
Learn more about Beate at happybooks.de
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