Meet Me in Venice

Meet Me in Venice

by Elizabeth Adler
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Meet Me in Venice 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 19 reviews.
DeeDee49 More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book. The characters were interesting and I have actually been to Venice and it took me back and it was fun, I like characters too. I would recommend this book.
blueiris1402 More than 1 year ago
I read Elizabeth Adlers book summer in Tuscany and loved it, so I bought this book. I was not disappointed. The lead charachter Preshy meets a writer who helps her figure who killed her cousin and find a priceless necklace that everyone wants. I thought it was well written. Sometimes that choices that Prechy made, makes you want to slap her. you do not want to put this book down till your finished.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I don't know what book the previous reviewer read, but it sure wasn't worth 5 stars. And re-capping the plot is hardly a review. This book is okay for a summer read but any intelligent reader can see the developments coming a mile away and there are a couple of issues that are never really fully explained. The ending was too neat for my taste. I prefer more of a challenge in my reading
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
In my Nook there are over 400 books so you know I'm a good customer. I also order hard covers, gifts, etc. So, that said, you can imagine how dismayed I was to see my latest Nook purchase, "Meet Me in Venice" by Elizabeth Adler, was so filled with typos, pages missing, etc. It was jarring to say the least. I continued to read, but if this happens again, I will have to seek another vendor. This author deserves better in fact. The story was good, and I enjoy her writing. I'm not talking one or two or even ten here. Almost every other page had a mistake.
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harstan More than 1 year ago
Thirty-eight years old American expatriate Precious ¿Preshy¿ Rafferty loves living in Paris. She especially enjoys owning and running an antique shop, but also frets that she has never met the right one though she has had her lovers. That is until now when she meets American businessman Bennett James at a café he is visiting the city but is based six thousand miles away in Shanghai. -------------------- At about the same time in Shanghai, Preshy¿s cousin antique dealer Lily Song possesses a valuable necklace that others covet. Especially wanting to steal and sell the jewelry is Mary-Lou Chen. Her lover, American businessman Bennett Yuan, is halfway around the world seeking a buyer. Lily warns Preshy that a schemer seeks the latter¿s necklace and the former¿s inheritance. The cousins who never met before agree to meet in Venice where they hope to expose the thieves even as Preshy wonders who to trust, her cousin or her lover.--------------- Suspense readers will want to meet Elizabeth Adler in Venice as this fast-paced thriller is loaded with fascinating characters who have no qualms about underworld trafficking except apparently the naive heroine. Preshy is precious as she finally finds love, but her cousin raises issues of trust and betrayal. Fans will be hooked from the first encounter in the Happy Bird Teahouse in Shanghais and remain entranced wondering along with the heroine who to trust until the Venus climax.-------------------- Harriet Klausner
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Ok
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