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That Month in Tuscany

That Month in Tuscany . . .Ren Sawyer and Lizzy Harper live completely different lives. Hes a rock star with a secret he can no longer live with. Shes a regular person whose husband stood her up for a long planned anniversary trip. On a flight across the Atlantic headed for Italy, a drunken pity party and untimely turbulence literally drop Lizzy into Rens lap. It is the last...

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That Month in Tuscany Reviews

  • Sharon Vinderine

    sweet easy beach read -highly recommend

    My first Inglath Cooper book but will be downloading many more for beach reads. Clean enough that you would let your teenage daughter read it but characters richly written enough to get swept up in fantasy. Finished it in one day and off to search for more of her books!

  • Katie (Leave Me Alone I Am Reading)

  • Linda

    Courage comes in many Forms

    How many marriages are portraits of indifference and tolerance ? How many mother-child relationships reflect misunderstanding and miscommunication? How to measure the courage required to accept courage under Tuscan skies. Lizzy’s story will frustrate and encourage as she gets her courage on. A nice read.

  • Lynne Spreen

    Loved It

    Not crazy about the use of second person for one character, but the story was so enjoyable it didn't matter. I've found another favorite author!

  • Lindsey Kilburg

    Wish I would have saved this for my beach read. Super cute read. I’ve told my husband I want to leave him and travel Italy for a month after reading this book! The author really describes the beauty of Italy and makes you feel like you are there, add to it a cute romance and you’re set!

  • Mary Herring

    A very quick, fun read! Written from four different viewpoints. Another great beach read!

  • Linda Thompson

    I just finished Inglath Cooper’s fabulous book and am left breathless. I could feel the pain of both Ren and Lizzy, and could sense the hope they both felt when they were together. Sometimes the unpleasant side life gets in the way and we are left with a choice – walk away from that ray of happiness we’ve found, or walk toward it with anticipation of what love and joy can be. Cooper’s descriptive style of Tuscany is breathtaking and you can feel the same sense of peace deep within that Ren and L ...more

  • Tina

    3.5 stars

    Although a lot of things happened in this story, it was solved a bit too easy to be believable. Nice enough.