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The Apartment in Rome
     

The Apartment in Rome

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by Penny Feeny
 

When the past comes to your door, what can you do except let it in?

Gina's life is good. She is independent. She loves her adopted home in Italy and she is passionate about her work as a photographer. Maybe her lover isn't all she might hope and her beautiful apartment is in need of repair, but you can't have everything all the time. And anyway, she's all

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When the past comes to your door, what can you do except let it in?

Gina's life is good. She is independent. She loves her adopted home in Italy and she is passionate about her work as a photographer. Maybe her lover isn't all she might hope and her beautiful apartment is in need of repair, but you can't have everything all the time. And anyway, she's all wrapped up in her latest artistic project, shots of the young men who arrive in Italy as refugees, destitute and vulnerable.

Until one day, Sasha, a lonely British teenager at summer school, crosses Gina's path, and unwittingly sets her world spinning. Sasha's innocent romance creates complications neither of them could have imagined, leading Gina to wonder, can she come to terms with her past?

In the vein of Marian Keyes or Celia Ahern, this is the perfect summer read: touching, sun-drenched and, ultimately, inspirational.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781906994990
Publisher:
Profile Books Limited
Publication date:
07/11/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
2 MB

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Meet the Author

Penny Feeny was born in Cambridge. Following a career in student journalism, Penny moved to Rome to work among leading conceptual artists, such as Alighiero Boetti and Richard Long. She has now settled in Liverpool, and has freelanced as a copywriter, editor and broadcaster. Penny's short stories have been widely published, prize-listed and broadcast.

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The Apartment in Rome 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not very interesting...the storyline was strange. The main character, Gina, was unlikeable.
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Me rp a dog? Please?
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