Guy happens to own a flat Natalie can borrow but there's just uno problemo. The flat's in Rome. Once there, Natalie makes some fabulous new friends, discovers who puts the Rome into Romeo and meets a few unexpected ghosts from the past. She's falling in love - but is it with Rome, or with someone she finds there?
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- Anonymous User
With all the tropes of classic escapism (a genre I frankly adore) this novel couldn't seem to follow it up with any depth or warmth. It isn't awful but I'd look elsewhere.