Flirting with Italian by Liz Fielding

Review by Nas

FLIRTING WITH ITALIAN by Liz Fielding is a January 2012 release by Harlequin Romance.

Sarah Gratton takes a teaching job in Italy to get away from the memories of where her heart shattered. She shares her experiences via a blog with her old school back in England.

One day she goes looking for a village where her grandfather had found shelter during the war. What will she find in the village? Will she find the special lady who helped her grandfather?

Matteo di Serrone is now living in the house that her grandfather found shelter in. Meeting Matteo, Sarah feels the spine-tingling awareness of him. After all her grandfather had advised her to find herself a dark-eyed Italian lover to forget about her heart-ache! Dare she take her grandfather’s advice?

FLIRTING WITH ITALIAN had some pleasant and unexpected twists and turns. As Sarah said, ‘’…I didn’t mean to fall in love. That just wasn’t supposed to happen. I was in love with Tom and had my entire life planned out. Tom ran into Louise and I hit Matteo. A head on collision… ’’

Liz Fielding has brought with her master story telling this remarkable tale, FLIRTING WITH ITALIAN that sparkles with plenty of sizzle, sensuality and romance. Her characters are amazing in their complexities, their interactions and their growing love for each another. It’s definitely for the keeper shelf!

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