Sunday, 2 April 2017

Book of the Month - March

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The books I read this month:

-       Rome is Where the Heart is – by Tilly Tennant 5/5
-       Evie’s Year of Taking Chances – by Christie Barlow 4/5
-       The Love of a Lifetime – by Melissa Hill 4/5
-       Plan Cee – by Hilary Grossman 4.5/5
-       Puzzle Girl – by Rachael Featherstone 4/5
-       The Idea of You – by Amanda Prowse 5/5
-       Love Me Tinder – by Nicola May 4/5
-       The Choir on Hope Street – by Annie Lyons *started*

Loved visiting Italy with Tilly Tennant:   

Rome is Where the Heart is – Tilly Tennant

The bit on the back:

Can a holiday romance ever have a happy ending? Escape with Kate to the sun-drenched city of Rome where a love affair is just about to begin …

When Kate’s husband Matt dumps her on Friday 13th she decides enough is enough – it’s time for her to have some fun and so she hops on a plane to Rome. A week of grappa and gelato in pavement cafes under azure blue skies will be just what the doctor ordered.

What she doesn’t count on is meeting and falling for sexy policeman Alessandro. But the course of true love doesn’t run smoothly – Alessandro has five meddling sisters, a fearsome mama and a beautiful ex Orazia. They’re all certain that Kate is not the girl for him.

Can Kate and Alessandro’s love last the distance? Or will she return home with the one souvenir she doesn’t want – a broken heart …

Fall in love with the colourful cafes and the cobbled piazzas of Rome and follow Kate’s dreams and her heart in this enchanting escapist read. Perfect for fans of Debbie Johnson and Carol Matthews.

My opinion:

Rome is Where The Heart is is the perfect story to pull you away from every day life. It makes you forget everything around you and you can just dive into the story and be a part of it. Tilly Tennant created a wonderful atmosphere in this story, there are some sparkly moments and the excitement is always there. This forms a great flow and makes it build up in an ideal way. The characters are well lined out, they have chemistry and they are all really authentic.

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