The Italian Job

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SYDNEY COOKE, a California magazine writer assigned to describe a tour of Italy, meets TAYLOR MITCHELL, an artist/computer consultant, on the flight to Rome. They click, but sometimes he's mysterious. Just her luck if an eligible man has skeletons in his closet. Nine days late, the divorced mother who is also a passenger on the tour, accuses Taylor of molesting her young daughter. Innocent but angry, Taylor disappears. Can Sydney find him, and in her unique, resourceful fashion, heal old wounds and bring about a ...
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Overview

SYDNEY COOKE, a California magazine writer assigned to describe a tour of Italy, meets TAYLOR MITCHELL, an artist/computer consultant, on the flight to Rome. They click, but sometimes he's mysterious. Just her luck if an eligible man has skeletons in his closet. Nine days late, the divorced mother who is also a passenger on the tour, accuses Taylor of molesting her young daughter. Innocent but angry, Taylor disappears. Can Sydney find him, and in her unique, resourceful fashion, heal old wounds and bring about a happy-ever-after?
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781884162411
  • Publisher: Criterion House
  • Publication date: 9/15/2014
  • Pages: 234
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.53 (d)

Meet the Author

Phyllis Humphrey’s writing credits include nine romance novels, a mainstream novel, a memoir about her husband’s aunt and a non-fiction book. In addition, she’s ghost-written three books, one published in the religious field and two self-published by her businessman client. Plus she’s sold several short stories and many articles to national magazines, and her two 30-minute radio plays were produced by American Radio Theatre. She’s a member of Romance Writers of America, where she was a Golden Heart finalist. Another novel won the San Diego Book Award in 2002, and she’s a member of Mensa.
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  • Posted June 10, 2013

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    The Italian Job is a beautiful romance, set in a beautiful and h

    The Italian Job is a beautiful romance, set in a beautiful and historic country. The chemistry between Sydney and Taylor is like a smoldering fire. The attraction is always there simmer under the surface. When Taylor decides to follow Sydney on her tour of Italy they get to know each other and that attraction grows to something more. Sydney wants to give herself completely to Taylor, but his secrets are keeping them apart.

    The Italian Job takes you on an adventure through Italy with a heroine and a hero that you will grow to love. The passion, love, and beauty of this story will stick with long after you have turned the last page.

    I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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