A short story set against the beautiful backdrop of Florence, Italy--an hour-long romantic excape.
Liza Fellows needs a break from every path she's on–career, life, and especially love. When she travels to Italy to take some time for herself, she starts hanging around a cafe after she spots a mysterious man with a sketchbook. She assumes that the only familiarity they'll ever share is her ogling him while he's drawing. Antonio has far more in mind. When the spark turns to a flame, can Antonio show Liza all they could have?
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About the Author
Karen Booth is a Midwestern girl transplanted in the South, raised on 80s music, Judy Blume, and the films of John Hughes. A former music-industry exec, Karen writes smart, steamy contemporary romance--big city loves stories and rock star romances.
When Karen isn't creating fictional musicians, she's listening to everything from Otis Redding to Duran Duran to Tokyo Police Club with her kids, honing her Southern cooking skills (she makes some mean collard greens), or sweet-talking her astoundingly supportive husband into whipping up a batch of cocktails.
Visit karenbooth.net for more information on Karen and her books. Sign up for her newsletter, which features regular giveaways, at bit.ly/kbnews. Or check out the 'Rock n Roll High School" series on her blog where authors and musicians share musical memories of high school.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This was a good short story but I wish it was a bit longer. ShelleyMa
I enjoy reading this author.