HER PERFECT ROMAN HOLIDAY
A Roman reunion isn't on Kate Westbrook's itinerary when she arrives in Italy. After all, she's flying solo on the vacation she'd hoped to share with her soon-to-be-ex.
But when Kate tosses a coin into the Trevi Fountain, her deepest wish—a second chance with her gorgeous pilot husband—might come true…
Travis knows his dangerous missions broke up his marriage, but he's determined to win back his wife.
How can Kate resist the magic and moonlight of Venice, followed by a passionate interlude in a sun-drenched Tuscan villa?
Now, instead of dodging missiles, Travis faces a far more daunting challenge: proving to the woman he adores that their love is as enduring as the Eternal City itself.
Has the past done too much damage to the marriage, or are there still enough will, love, and passion to salvage it? Or is love enough?
Have you always wanted to travel around Italy, but never had the chance? Well, here you have a detailed, comprehensive, and a precise description of what can be done in one part of Italy, what is worth to see and experience, according to the author.
The author obviously loves details, as everything in the story is spelled out by every last bit of them, clothing, food, technical, scenery, history and the tourist attractions alike.
Travis and Kate loves each other, and they only have a few days in Italy, to try to make it work, and find a way to live, so that they are on the same continent, even in the same state and city, to have a life together. It's not easy. There are lots of questions in their minds, doubts and worries. But they know one thing, they love and want each other, and are doing their best to make it work.
Kate's friends, Travis' friends, themselves, and Tommy the terrible, makes an interesting, influential group of people, traveling around, hotel hopping, eating delicious food, and seeing the country.
The story is all about the loyalty of your friends, the beautiful country of Italy and everything it has to offer to a high class tourist, and love that endures most, is forgiving, and patient, and passion that burns bright and radiant.
~ Three Spoons with a teaspoon on the side