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Chasing the Italian Dream : Escape and unwind with bestselling author Jo Thomas, Paperback / softback Book

Chasing the Italian Dream : Escape and unwind with bestselling author Jo Thomas Paperback / softback

Paperback / softback


From the bestselling author of Escape to the French Farmhouse comes a deliciously feel-good story about making your dreams come true, set in sun-kissed southern Italy. 'A tale full of wonderful characters, sunshine, food and romance. A winning recipe!' Katie FfordePre-order your perfect slice of escapism now!-----A summer escape she'll never forget . . . Lucia has worked hard as a lawyer in Wales, aiming for a big promotion she hopes will shortly come her way.

Finally taking a well-earned break at her grandparents' house in southern Italy, the sunshine, lemon trees and her nonna's mouth-watering cooking make her instantly feel at home.

But she's shocked to learn that her grandfather is retiring from the beloved family pizzeria and will need to sell.

Lucia can't bear the thought of the place changing hands - especially when she discovers her not-quite-ex-husband Giacomo wants to take it over! Then bad news from home forces Lucia to re-evaluate what she wants from life.

Is this her chance to carry on the family tradition and finally follow her dreams?Perfect escapism from the author of Escape to the French Farmhouse and The Honey Farm on the Hill. Praise for Jo Thomas: 'Rich, warm and sunny. A story that stays with you long after the last page is turned' Milly Johnson'Like the very best kind of holiday' Lucy Diamond'A sparkling, heartwarming hug of a story' Miranda Dickinson


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