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Escape to Italy - Summer Romance Boxset: Books 1 - 4 Melissa Hill

Escape to Italy - Summer Romance Boxset: Books 1 - 4

Melissa Hill

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Romantic escapist summer reading from the bestselling author of THE HEARTBREAK CAFE - a collection of four heartwarming tales set in Italys most romantic and evocative locations.Escape to Italy Series:SUMMER IN SORRENTOAUTUMN IN VERONAWINTER INMoreRomantic escapist summer reading from the bestselling author of THE HEARTBREAK CAFE - a collection of four heartwarming tales set in Italys most romantic and evocative locations.Escape to Italy Series:SUMMER IN SORRENTOAUTUMN IN VERONAWINTER IN VENICESPRING IN SICILYSUMMER IN SORRENTOMaia Connolly never expected to find herself widowed at forty-five. Her beloved husband died unexpectedly while restoring their nineteenth century Italian farmhouse on a secluded hillside in Sorrento.Since his death, money is tight which is why Maia decides to open the farmhouse to tourists as summer accommodation.Uncertain of her business capabilities and even more of her hospitality skills, she is thrown in at the deep end when her first bookings appear and her new guests all arrive over the same week.AUTUMN IN VERONAThe Italian city of Verona has always been a draw for lovers. The setting of the famous Romeo and Juliet love story, tourists flock not only to the citys picturequese Italian beauty, but to try to capture some of the storys romantic essence.Over one glorious Autumn weekend, four visitors converge at a charming trattoria run by an elderly Italian couple, who have seen people from all walks of life pass through their doors, each with different expectations of Verona. Can the city work some of its magic on their latest customers?WINTER IN VENICEConsidered one of the most romantic locations in the world, lovers flock in their droves to Venice, the beautiful Italian city set on a lagoon of interlocking canals.New parents Max and Naomi are first-time visitors to Italy, despite his fear of water, severe Italian food-aversion and woeful language skills.New mum Naomi can’t help but feel worried and distracted about leaving their baby and she finds it hard to let go. Can a winter weekend in Venice help the couple recapture what their relationship was like before baby?Lucy is returning with a heavy heart to her favourite place in the world. Exactly a year before beneath snowy skies, she and her boyfriend locked their love in a quiet corner of San Marco on a small romantic wrought-iron bridge over the canal. But this winter in Venice things couldnt be more different...Scott has brought Rachel to Venice intent on proposing. Based on what he’s heard about the city, it should be all too easy to arrange a memorable romantic moment.But when things start to go awry from the outset, he fears he will he never find the perfect opportunity before their trip is over.SPRING IN SICILYThree very different women arrive on the stunning island of Sicily for a cookery class promising incredible food, breathtaking scenery and a taste of Italian culture. It is hosted every year in the spring by Chef Isabella, in her little stone villa in the old town of Taormina.Thirty-five year old Kate hopes a short break will take her mind off her infertility problems. Can time away help her come to terms with the fact that she may never be a mum?Martha is in Sicily against her will. The break was a 50th birthday gift from her children, all of whom have now fled the nest. With the family gone and nobody left to mother, she has no idea what to do with herself. Can she rediscover some of her zest for life while in Italy?Olivia is a travel writer, in Sicily to write a feature on the growing popularity of Isabella’s famed cookery class. She is intrigued to find out what makes previous guests rave about the short break. Is it the food, the location and the incredible scenery?Or is there an alchemy about Chef Isabella, and her instinctive way of knowing that her students require more than cultural or food kno