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One Summer in Italy – Sue Moorcroft – 5* Review

 

 

When Sofia Bianchi’s father Aldo dies, it makes her stop and look at things afresh. Having been his carer for so many years, she knows it’s time for her to live her own life – and to fulfil some promises she made to Aldo in his final days.

So there’s nothing for it but to escape to Italy’s Umbrian mountains where, tucked away in a sleepy Italian village, lie plenty of family secrets waiting to be discovered. There, Sofia also finds Amy who is desperately trying to find her way in life after discovering her dad isn’t her biological father.

Sofia sets about helping Amy through this difficult time, but it’s the handsome Levi who proves to be the biggest distraction for Sofia, as her new life starts to take off…

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My Thoughts…

Italy, family secrets, realistic characters and a coherent plot make ‘One Summer in Italy a lovely book to enjoy this summer. The setting is vivid, and the characters animated and believable.

Sofia has looked after her father, and his dying wish is for her to visit Italy and her paternal family and experience some previously missed life experiences. Amy is barely an adult, running away from home after receiving devastating news. Levi is a source of attraction for Sofia, but she’s not sure of his motives. Family secrets, living life to the full and second chances are all explored in this romantic tale.

Perfect holiday reading regardless of where you are.

I received a copy of this book from Avon Books UK via NetGalley in return for an honest review.

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Author, blogger and book reviewer. I am the author of 'The Dragon Legacy' series and 'The Dangerous Gift'. Animal welfare supporter. Loves reading, writing, countryside walks, cookery and gardening, .

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