Beach Bag Book Part II

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I seem to be stuck in a rut with books set in Italy. I use the term “stuck” very loosely because there really is no rut. It’s Italy after all.
It’s the first book I’ve read by this author, but it won’t be the last. Although it starts out formulaic in plot with a husband’s secret affair, the twist of a second family pulls the story along a little quicker. The protagonist’s affection for Prosecco is a little contrived, but still believable considering her situation. But the star of the show is the “secret league” of women in the village and their “secret” agenda!


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