Up in the magical, snow-kissed mountains
Two years ago, Annie Brewer's life was turned upside down when her adrenaline-junkie husband died in a tragic climbing accident. So she's hoping that moving to the beautiful village of Santorso in the Italian Alps will finally put her life back on track!
anything can happen!
She might be going into business with her oldest friend notorious lady-charmer Matt Brown but men are definitely out of the question for Annie! That is, until she bumps into tall, dark and delicious Alessandro Lago on the ski slopes and spontaneously says Yes' to a date!
It must be the crisp, mountain air but suddenly, anything seems possible. The only trouble is, chivalrous Matt is looking more gorgeous than everPraise for T. A. Williams
T. A. Williams has that gorgeous way of writing a feel good story and something which will easily make you smile he's absolutely backed up that men can write chick-lit.' - Reviewed The Book (TOP 1000 Amazon Reviewer)
When Alice met Danny is maybe the first book in this genre I have read that is written by a man, and T. A. Williams has done a splendid job!' - Rachale's Reads
I have read others of the author's books and have loved them equally. I wanted to jet off to join them and I bet you will too Great characters, a fun and enjoyable read that will leave you with a big smile on your face.' - Jilllovestoread
I had my doubts as to whether a 'bloke' would get it! To get beneath the skin of a woman and process how she'd feel in various scenario's. Let's just say I don't have any longer Trevor you nailed it.' - Crooksonbooks
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About the Author
I was born and bred in Devon, down in the south west of England. it's a lovely area and it's no surprise that I've used it for four of my books. I lived and worked in Italy for eight years, before coming back with my Italian wife and our daughter. I've been writing since I was 12. I write all sorts, from thrillers to historical novels and, above all, humour. They say I've got a very English sense of humour, even if my mum was Scottish and my dad was Welsh.