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by Carol Culver

  • ISBN: 1451613997
  • Category: Fiction
  • Author: Carol Culver
  • Subcategory: United States
  • Other formats: lrf doc mobi mbr
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Gallery Books; Reprint edition (July 18, 2010)
  • Pages: 368 pages
  • FB2 size: 1568 kb
  • EPUB size: 1635 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 528
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Cindy Ellis has plans for her life that do not include working in her stepmother’s spa. When she gets a scholarship to Manderley, Cindy thinks her dreams are finally coming true. But that’s where the fairy tale end. Tormented by her snotty stepsisters and without her best friends for support, she begins to wonder if Manderley Prep is really all it’s cracked up to be.

Carol Grace has written over twenty-five romance novels since 1989. Before that she worked in public TV doing promos for Julia Child (in French); then she sailed the world aboard the hospital ship Hope as a translator.

In her breakout single title, veteran series author Grace takes readers on a lively journey to Italy's spectacular Amalfi Coast and spins a funny, sexy tale of intrigue and romance. Carol Grace has written over twenty-five romance novels since 1989. Besides French, she has studied Spanish, Arabic, and Farsi, and she has taught in Iran and Algeria.

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Carol and Therese continue to spread their love for each other like always. Carol and her small family settle in for the night. Words: 327. Chapters: 1/1.

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In this delicious contemporary romance, Carol Grace whisks readers away to Italy's sunny Amalfi Coast, where whitewashed villas and fragrant lemon trees sit high atop craggy cliffs...and romance is always in the air.

Ever since high school, Anne Marie Jackson has dreamed of visiting Italy -- a dream no doubt enflamed by Giovanni, the dashing exchange student with whom she shared her first kiss. Twenty-three years, one divorce, and one postcard from Giovanni later, Anne Marie decides to follow her heart to Italy, where her former flame has promised to show her the sights.

Giovanni proves elusive but Marco Moretti -- a mysterious, handsome Italian -- seems to be everywhere she is. Anne Marie doesn't know why the persistent, irresistible Marco wants to find Giovanni as badly as she does, or if her old friend's in some kind of trouble -- but she soon discovers that it's her own heart that's in danger...of falling head-over-heels for the man who insists on being her personal tour guide to true love!

A Bon Voyage romance!

Reviews about That's Amore (7):
I didn't start out liking this book, but found after a bit I couldn't put it down. It was predictable, and JUST like French Kiss, but regardless I couldn't put it down. I stayed up one night to finish it. I would recommend it.
After twenty plus years of marriage, Anne Marie Jackson's husband leaves her for a younger woman, then her friend persuades her to take the vacation of a life time. In Italy, Anne Marie plans to meet up with Giovanni, the Italian guy she had meet in high school when he had been a foreign student in America. She had had a crush on him then and now that she is free from a ho hum marriage, she wonders if she and Giovanni will become more than friends. However, he is proving to be very elusive, and instead her attention is claimed by a sexy stranger she sees casually lounging outside her hotel when she arrives.
Marco Moretti is definitely more than he seems, and Anne Marie notices he is eager to meet up with Giovanni as much as she is, but wonders why. Marco offers himself as her personal tour guide and Anne Marie finds him very hard to resist. When events happen to make her cautious of him, she tries to distance herself but he is always there...when she needs him and when she does not. Anne Marie can not resist Marco, and finds herself falling hard for this gorgeous, mysterious Italian man.
There is only one thing I like better than a Cajun hero and that is an Italian one!! "That's Amore" is like a Harlequin Presents (a series line I enjoy very much!) but much, much better, as it is a longer length story. The heroine had always longed to visit Italy and she truly has the trip of a lifetime, the highlight being the sexy hero. He is such a modern guy, from his ever present cell phone to a loving grandmother that wants him to marry and have bambinos. Visiting Italy myself has always been a dream of mine and I lived it vicariously through this heroine. *g* Carol Grace blended this story with so much authentic Italian allure and flavor that I was totally absorbed. "That's Amore" is a wonderful romance, Italian-style!
Anne Marie decides that the only way a jilted wife can survive the impending nuptials of a philandering husband is to get away. At the urging of her pal Evie, she flies to Italy to meet the exchange student she had a crush on 23 years earlier, hoping for a little lovin' Italian style.

Armed with a box of expensive chocolates for Evie's cousin and a yearbook for Giovanni, she is being followed by Marco Moretti, who also has an interest in Giovanni, who is into more than a few shady things. Marco is an undercover agent for the Italian FBI. As Anne Marie makes one tourist mistake after another, Marco, in the role of tour guide is there to help her out, as he waits for her to handoff the priceless jewel they suspect she has in her possession to Giovanni.

When she is forced to don the sexy wardrobe of Marco's sister (who is currently in a nunnery thanks to Giovanni), Marco's interest is piqued, and despite his reservations about her guilt or innocence, they get involved. But what about the priceless diamond - could Anne Marie really just be an unlucky tourist? And why is her ex-husband suddenly insistent in getting in touch with her?

Author Grace has written an captivating and quirky Valentine to a romantic country - it is a travelogue with the added bonus of a cute romance for two very jaded and hesitant lovers. It will have you ready to catch a plane to Italy.
Following her divorce and at the encouragement of her best friend, Californian Anne Marie Jackson travels to Sorrento, Italy to visit Giovanni. Back in what feels like ancient history in high school, Giovanni, an exchange student, was the most popular stud in school, but he liked Anne Marie. He invited her to come to Italy and now years later she takes him up on his offer.
However, Giovanni fails to arrive at the hotel rendezvous point in nearby San Gervase. Instead undercover law enforcement official Marco Moretti bothers Ann Marie offering to be her guide when in fact he is trying to capture Giovanni, a master criminal known for smuggling diamonds. Marco believes that Anne Marie is the latest female recruited by Giovanni to break the law as a smuggler though he finds her veneer of innocence disconcerting and has no evidence that she is even a dupe of the felon. As he tries to use her to capture the sly thief, Marco falls in love with the American who shocks herself by reciprocating.
Readers who enjoy a fun police procedural romance starring thirty-something characters will appreciate THAT'S AMORE. Anne Marie is a delightful lead protagonist and the mysterious Giovanni will turn a heart or two until his true colors surface. Though Marco seems too pushy to be successful, readers will enjoy Carol Grant's romantic suspense tour of Italy.
Harriet Klausner

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