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Ten days in Tuscany by Annie Seaton

Title: Ten Days in Tuscany – a Men of the Zodiac novelTen Days in Tuscany

Author: Annie Seaton

Publisher: Entangled Indulgence – Entangled Publishing LLC

Published: April 14th, 2015

Rating: 5/5

Gia Carelli is a talented artist but her family don’t acknowledge or respect her skills, nor will they help her go to Florence to study. Instead she waits tables in the family restaurant but paints whenever she has the opportunity to do so. She’s late getting to the restaurant for work after spending more time that she should have painting – again! With a puncture in her bicycle tyre, she stops to examine it. That’s when Nic Baldini, a patron of the arts, millionaire tycoon and business man, nearly runs into her. Her fiery reaction to him is intriguing, especially when he later sees her at the restaurant where she seems very quiet, shy and docile – the antithesis of how she reacted to him! After her father makes disparaging remarks about the Baldini family’s lack of support for the local community, Nic uses his mother’s surname instead of his own, especially when he sees examples of Gia’s artwork on display in the restaurant.

Can Nic enable Gia’s dream of becoming a full time artist come true? How will she react to his true identity? Will their fiery reaction to each other lead to love or will the lies and deceit prevent it developing? Can they both achieve their HEA – and will it be together or with others?

A lovely addition to this series, another great read that I thoroughly enjoyed. The plot seems straightforward and simple but the twists, turns and obstacles on the path to true love make this an intriguing and enjoyable read.

Thanks to the author, publishers and NetGalley, too for letting me read an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.

This book is available from a variety of sources including

amazon.co.uk    amazon.com     barnes and noble

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