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That Month in Tuscany

Bestselling, RITA Ⓡ Award Winning author Inglath Cooper writes you the perfect excuse to put down the to do list and get lost in a trip to Tuscany with resigned-to-her-life housewife Lizzy Harper and burnt-out rock star Ren Sawyer. . .

If you had told me I would be heading off to Italy to celebrate my twenty-year anniversary without my workaholic husband, or that I would end up getting drunk on the plane ride over and falling on the lap of the rock star my daughter has a poster of hanging in her dorm room, I would have said oh, sure, right.

But, well, that is exactly what happened. And when we run into each other outside my hotel in Florence, and he asks if I would mind if he followed me around the Italian countryside for a while, what can I say? I can hardly believe it myself. I mean my own husband has barely noticed me for years. What on earth could I possibly have to offer Ren Sawyer?

The truth is I have no idea. But I’m pretty sure I want to find out.

★★★★★ I loved every page from start to finish. Brought back memories of my own time in this picturesque place. . .just good romance.

★★★★★ So happy I stumbled upon this book and Author! I love her style!

★★★★★ SOOOO GOOD!! This book drew me in, pulled at my heartstrings and left me on the edge craving MORE! I was so eager to keep turning to the next page and now that it’s over I find myself eager to dive into every book from Inglath Cooper!

★★★★★ What a Trip! I just recently discovered Inglath Cooper! I am totally in love with her books…..they are written well, and tell a story I can relate to! I think all women go through at least one period of time in life, when we feel insecure about our looks! For Lizzy, meeting a rock star in Italy who was mesmerized by her, helped her to handle the storms of life awaiting her back home. . .I couldn’t put this book down; it’s definitely a keeper!

★★★★★ What a Fabulous Story! Thank you, Inglath. I didn’t need Calgon to “take me away” – your book accomplished that. . .I truly love your writing style but especially this particular story.

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Anonymous says:

So happy I stumbled upon this book and Author! I love her style! Stumbled upon this find while looking for expat reads. I was instantly hooked after :looking inside” and read it straight through. I can’t wait to read more of this authors books! I love books I can read that completely take me away and make me feel as though I am right there in the story or watching first-hand. I adored this <3 Never a dull moment, it kept getting better and better. I especially enjoyed how it didn't end abruptly-like most reads. You know how you just really don't...

Anonymous says:

That Weekend I Read a Terrible Book This book. Where do I even start?I read this because my book club picked it. It is probably not something I would have chosen on my own. That being said, I gave it a chance, and thought it started okay. Then I started noticing things.First, why the shifting points of view? Lizzy and Ren tell their story in first person, Ty is inexplicably in second person, and Kylie is in third person. Why? It was really distracting to me.Second, way too much explanation of…

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