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I traveled to Florence, Italy and came home too soon. This novel is painted in hues or red and bronze and vibrant colors of romance and discovering self in the place God dreams of for you.
From the minute I started reading Meg’s story I fell in love with her. I actually much preferred her story over the sections of Sophia’s novel. Meg’s story had a pull on me I couldn’t fully explain. Perhaps it was her longing to know where she was meant to be. Perhaps it was her dream to visit a place so magica
I’m not quite sure how to rate this story. It kept me reading, although there were parts where I lost interest and skimmed, and I didn’t love the way it wrapped up. BUT I think this is mostly because the main character is quite dissimilar to myself (I related more to Renata in the story). I enjoyed taking a little walk down memory lane with the descriptions of Florence, and I enjoyed the women’s fiction pace of the tale. Bottom line is that Susan Meissner is a great weaver of tales, and this one
When I was asked if I was interested in reading and reviewing this novel, as an Italophile I was absolutely delighted to do so. Always interested in reading a novel set in Italy this did not disappoint, although I have yet to meet a real life Italian that drinks cappucini after midday. It was difficult to decide what genre this should be placed in as it is part historical fiction and part contemporary and as such will appeal to a wide cross section of readers.
Susan Meissner has skilfully intert