Leo Barratt hadn't written his bucket list, but he was pretty sure there were several things hewouldn't have put on it. Like... waking up to a Dear John letter from his fiance, Eric, the day before their wedding... or going on his honeymoon - alone.
But, under the strict instructions of his mother, he found himself in Venice at Bauta, the beautiful bed and breakfast where he'd supposed to have started off married life. Instead, he planned to spend three weeks inside his room and wait for the pain to go away.
Or at least that's what he thought...
Bauta, was run by Matteo Leghissa and his mother, Luana. Used to getting his own way, Matteo refused to allow Leo to wallow in self-pity and appointed himself as Leo's official guide.
Apparently, falling in love with a beautiful stranger wasn't on Leo's bucket list either but.....
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About the Author
Lisa Worrall lives in a little seaside town on the South Coast of England that boasts the longest pier in the world. She is the single mother of two children of the hair-graying ages of eight and six and is currently petitioning for there to be more hours in the day, because there never seems to be enough. She has been reading and writing romance since she was awarded a gold star in composition by her Head Teacher (Mr Croucher) some…erm… years ago and has been listening to the voices in her head on a regular basis for the last few years, once she realised they were not going away. She likes nothing more than bringing together two people in interesting and sometimes bizarre ways, and hopes that her readers enjoy what her characters’ journey as much as she does.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
4-1/2 Stars We all dream of a vacation romance but when you are a jilted groom going on your would-be honeymoon alone, romance is the last thing on your mind. Luckily, for Leo he finds himself in Venice at the hands of Matteo and his mother, who refuse to let him wallow in his anger. A very well written vacation romance that does not rely only on the romance but also the finding of oneself and what they are truly meant for.