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Dreaming in Italian
by Carol Walt   

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Romance

Publisher:  Publish America ISBN-10:  1424151732 Type: 
Pages: 

239

Copyright:  March 10, 2006
Fiction

I would classify the book as a very "sweet" story. There are no villains, gratuitous sex scenes, murders, terrorists, etc... I'd also classify it as a "thinking woman's romance", containing, as it does, a lot about opera, learning a foreign language and living abroad. I researched the book while on a trip to Rome.

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Reader Reviews for "Dreaming in Italian"

Reviewed by Richard Orey 2/21/2007
This "thinking woman's romance" is just the kind of book a lot of us guys need to read if we have any interest at all in understanding half the world's population, the half a lot of us think we can't live with and can't live without.

But more than this, through Dreaming in Italian I see a great opportunity to expand my small little world and add some culture.

I'm somewhat of a new-comer to the Den myself, Carol, but I welcome you with open arms. Better make that, "I welcome you." Familiarity breeds contempt, they say. Maybe we better take it one step at a time.

You'll find Den Dwellers to be a fantastic support group. As you'll soon learn, there are some amazing people and very talented writers here.

Best wishes for great satisfaction and success in your writing.
Addio,
Richard


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