From Italy With Love

From Italy With Love

?To my niece I leave the Ferrari GT250? On the proviso that she takes it across Europe to Maranello within the next three weeks. Only on successful completion of the journey to a prescribed route, will the car be hers??Home-loving Laurie thinks she?s happy ? she has a safe, reliable boyfriend and working in her local library is what she thought she always wanted. That is u ?To my niece I leave the Ferrari GT250? On the proviso that she takes it across Europe to Maranello withi...

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Title:From Italy With Love
Author:Jules Wake
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Genres:Womens Fiction
ISBN:B00SS459DS
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:332 pages pages

From Italy With Love Reviews

  • casey
    Feb 11, 2019

    For the rip roaring ride and literary locations - : Booktrail of From Italy with Love A trail in a car leaving from the channel tunnel and then going all the way across France, Switzerland and finally to Italy seems like a great way to travel. Having a preplanned journey with t...

    I found this book completely charming. Having never read a road-trip book before I was a little cautious, but it had such good reviews and the cover is so scrumptious that I couldn?t resist. I?m so glad I dived in, because once I started reading, I couldn?t put it down. Along w...

    This was one of the stupidest books I have ever read. How could ?Covent Garden in the Snow? be so good and this one so bad? I have no idea why I finished reading it. I should have chucked it out the window. ...

    3.5 stars From Italy With Love is your predictable romance story. What does make this one slightly different though is the fabulous descriptions of the surrounding scenery and a wonderful classic car. I have to say reading of Cam and Laurie as they make their way to Italy really ...

    Original review on The Fictional Reader Review When I requested this book from Netgalley, I did so because I liked the synopsis and it had been a while since I had read a adult romance. I hadn?t heard of the author before, and I ?for some reason? was not expecting great thi...

    This book is an absolute delight, a perfect piece of summer escapism full of the delights of classic cars and European road trips, complete with wine and a very handsome co-driver. Laurie?s life has been one of duty ever since her parents divorced and she stayed with her father. Much...

    I knew I was going to enjoy this book from the first chapter, which features an eccentric funeral. Uncle Miles had decreed that there was to be no black at his funeral, and so all 4 of his ex wives showed up wearing incredibly bright clothes, and yet his niece Laurie, and boyfriend Rob...

    Laurie has a comfortable life. She's living together with her boyfriend in the house she's inherited from her father. She has a steady job at a library and her life is safe and predictable, exactly the way she likes it. When her uncle Miles passes away he leaves her his most precious c...

    This is the first 'road trip' romance I've ever read, and I loved it from beginning to end. From the humorous opening funeral scene to the conclusion, this pacy story never lagged and kept me so riveted that I pulled an allnighter to read it! Jules Wake is going on my autobuy list from...

    Very enjoyable, and I loved Laurie as a character. I suppose I would have liked the story even better if I were into cars at all. As it is, the whole car stuff seemed pretty uninteresting to me and it spoiled the pleasure of reading a bit. Overall, though, it was a nice bit of escapism...

    Really, thoroughly enjoyed this book. It kept me guessing until the end and the writing flowed beautifully. I couldn't wait to get back to it each time I had to put my Kindle down. Laurie goes on an inner journey as well as her fab physical journey across Italy in a rare Ferrari and Ca...

    Couldn't put it down. What I didn't like about this book is that I've just spent most of three days sitting on the couch getting nothing done. Couldn't put it down! I loved taking a virtual tour across Europe with Laurie and Cam. ...

    chic lit at its best. fell in love with these two main characters straight away and spent the whole book willing them to get together. id forgotten how much I love a good chic lit book. easy but totally enjoyable read. ...

    DNF at 35% ...

    Enjoyable romance. Outcome is obvious from the start, but a pleasant read. ...

    A lovely little romantic road trip. A bit predictable maybe but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Uncle Miles has died and now Laurie has been left his classic Ferrari, there's just one proviso - she has to travel across Europe to take the car back to it's birthplace in Maranello. Not only that but Miles has preset the meandering route through France and Switzerland in to Italy and...

    Thoroughly enjoyed this story ? a light, romantic read but with super-great ingredients. It begins at the funeral of eccentric uncle Miles ? and mousy Laurie along with ghastly boyfriend Robert are the only ones not in leather cat suits, fuschia or fascinators: against Miles?s ...

    You know, I couldn't wait to start reading this book, I had a very overwhelming feeling when I pressed the "Request" button that I'm really going to like it, that it's going to be a story that will have me hooked and I won't want to put it away. Don't know why, just had this feeling, a...

    I enjoyed this book immensely. I did struggle getting into this book in the beginning, but once I hit my stride I couldn?t put the book down. The characters were well written for the most part. I felt for and root for Laurie and loved her journey for self-discovery. Cam was messy and...

    Simply brilliant What a fantastic story. The descriptions of all the places they drove through were so well described that you can imagine actually being there. Loved the way the characters all evolved and the way you thought it was going one way and then turned out completely diffe...

    Road trip Well worth the read. Laurie finds herself on a road trip with luscious Cam, driving a Ferrari worth millions. Likeable characters, though for a while Cam was suspect. Such a good time and a good ending. ...

    super cute ...

    So Much Fun! I loved this book! It was a bit predictable, but it also had some really enjoyable twists. Perfect light girly read. I loved it, but I guess I already said that ? ...

    Comical Lovely summer reading, thoroughly enjoyed this book. Looking forward to reading another one of Jules Wake on my next holiday in March. ...

    A lovely romp! ...

    I loved this book. Especially the travel and details about where Laurie and Cam went. Jules Wake is now added to my author list to read all of her books. ...

  • LadyTechie
    May 05, 2015

    For the rip roaring ride and literary locations - : Booktrail of From Italy with Love A trail in a car leaving from the channel tunnel and then going all the way across France, Switzerland and finally to Italy seems like a great way to travel. Having a preplanned journey with t...

    I found this book completely charming. Having never read a road-trip book before I was a little cautious, but it had such good reviews and the cover is so scrumptious that I couldn?t resist. I?m so glad I dived in, because once I started reading, I couldn?t put it down. Along w...

    This was one of the stupidest books I have ever read. How could ?Covent Garden in the Snow? be so good and this one so bad? I have no idea why I finished reading it. I should have chucked it out the window. ...

    3.5 stars From Italy With Love is your predictable romance story. What does make this one slightly different though is the fabulous descriptions of the surrounding scenery and a wonderful classic car. I have to say reading of Cam and Laurie as they make their way to Italy really ...

    Original review on The Fictional Reader Review When I requested this book from Netgalley, I did so because I liked the synopsis and it had been a while since I had read a adult romance. I hadn?t heard of the author before, and I ?for some reason? was not expecting great thi...

    This book is an absolute delight, a perfect piece of summer escapism full of the delights of classic cars and European road trips, complete with wine and a very handsome co-driver. Laurie?s life has been one of duty ever since her parents divorced and she stayed with her father. Much...

    I knew I was going to enjoy this book from the first chapter, which features an eccentric funeral. Uncle Miles had decreed that there was to be no black at his funeral, and so all 4 of his ex wives showed up wearing incredibly bright clothes, and yet his niece Laurie, and boyfriend Rob...

    Laurie has a comfortable life. She's living together with her boyfriend in the house she's inherited from her father. She has a steady job at a library and her life is safe and predictable, exactly the way she likes it. When her uncle Miles passes away he leaves her his most precious c...

    This is the first 'road trip' romance I've ever read, and I loved it from beginning to end. From the humorous opening funeral scene to the conclusion, this pacy story never lagged and kept me so riveted that I pulled an allnighter to read it! Jules Wake is going on my autobuy list from...

    Very enjoyable, and I loved Laurie as a character. I suppose I would have liked the story even better if I were into cars at all. As it is, the whole car stuff seemed pretty uninteresting to me and it spoiled the pleasure of reading a bit. Overall, though, it was a nice bit of escapism...

    Really, thoroughly enjoyed this book. It kept me guessing until the end and the writing flowed beautifully. I couldn't wait to get back to it each time I had to put my Kindle down. Laurie goes on an inner journey as well as her fab physical journey across Italy in a rare Ferrari and Ca...

    Couldn't put it down. What I didn't like about this book is that I've just spent most of three days sitting on the couch getting nothing done. Couldn't put it down! I loved taking a virtual tour across Europe with Laurie and Cam. ...

    chic lit at its best. fell in love with these two main characters straight away and spent the whole book willing them to get together. id forgotten how much I love a good chic lit book. easy but totally enjoyable read. ...

    DNF at 35% ...

    Enjoyable romance. Outcome is obvious from the start, but a pleasant read. ...

    A lovely little romantic road trip. A bit predictable maybe but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Uncle Miles has died and now Laurie has been left his classic Ferrari, there's just one proviso - she has to travel across Europe to take the car back to it's birthplace in Maranello. Not only that but Miles has preset the meandering route through France and Switzerland in to Italy and...

    Thoroughly enjoyed this story ? a light, romantic read but with super-great ingredients. It begins at the funeral of eccentric uncle Miles ? and mousy Laurie along with ghastly boyfriend Robert are the only ones not in leather cat suits, fuschia or fascinators: against Miles?s ...

    You know, I couldn't wait to start reading this book, I had a very overwhelming feeling when I pressed the "Request" button that I'm really going to like it, that it's going to be a story that will have me hooked and I won't want to put it away. Don't know why, just had this feeling, a...

    I enjoyed this book immensely. I did struggle getting into this book in the beginning, but once I hit my stride I couldn?t put the book down. The characters were well written for the most part. I felt for and root for Laurie and loved her journey for self-discovery. Cam was messy and...

    Simply brilliant What a fantastic story. The descriptions of all the places they drove through were so well described that you can imagine actually being there. Loved the way the characters all evolved and the way you thought it was going one way and then turned out completely diffe...

    Road trip Well worth the read. Laurie finds herself on a road trip with luscious Cam, driving a Ferrari worth millions. Likeable characters, though for a while Cam was suspect. Such a good time and a good ending. ...

    super cute ...

    So Much Fun! I loved this book! It was a bit predictable, but it also had some really enjoyable twists. Perfect light girly read. I loved it, but I guess I already said that ? ...

    Comical Lovely summer reading, thoroughly enjoyed this book. Looking forward to reading another one of Jules Wake on my next holiday in March. ...

    A lovely romp! ...

    I loved this book. Especially the travel and details about where Laurie and Cam went. Jules Wake is now added to my author list to read all of her books. ...

    This was ok, but I wasn?t a massive fan of any of the characters. ...

    Great escapist read for sitting in the sunshine with on a Bank Holiday weekend. ...

    From Italy With Love is an amazing book. I received a copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review and I can honestly say I loved it. From Italy With Love is the story of Laurie Browne, an adult woman who has been living a half-life without even realizing it. The book starts wi...

  • victoria_tonks
    Nov 02, 2017

    For the rip roaring ride and literary locations - : Booktrail of From Italy with Love A trail in a car leaving from the channel tunnel and then going all the way across France, Switzerland and finally to Italy seems like a great way to travel. Having a preplanned journey with t...

    I found this book completely charming. Having never read a road-trip book before I was a little cautious, but it had such good reviews and the cover is so scrumptious that I couldn?t resist. I?m so glad I dived in, because once I started reading, I couldn?t put it down. Along w...

    This was one of the stupidest books I have ever read. How could ?Covent Garden in the Snow? be so good and this one so bad? I have no idea why I finished reading it. I should have chucked it out the window. ...

    3.5 stars From Italy With Love is your predictable romance story. What does make this one slightly different though is the fabulous descriptions of the surrounding scenery and a wonderful classic car. I have to say reading of Cam and Laurie as they make their way to Italy really ...

    Original review on The Fictional Reader Review When I requested this book from Netgalley, I did so because I liked the synopsis and it had been a while since I had read a adult romance. I hadn?t heard of the author before, and I ?for some reason? was not expecting great thi...

    This book is an absolute delight, a perfect piece of summer escapism full of the delights of classic cars and European road trips, complete with wine and a very handsome co-driver. Laurie?s life has been one of duty ever since her parents divorced and she stayed with her father. Much...

    I knew I was going to enjoy this book from the first chapter, which features an eccentric funeral. Uncle Miles had decreed that there was to be no black at his funeral, and so all 4 of his ex wives showed up wearing incredibly bright clothes, and yet his niece Laurie, and boyfriend Rob...

    Laurie has a comfortable life. She's living together with her boyfriend in the house she's inherited from her father. She has a steady job at a library and her life is safe and predictable, exactly the way she likes it. When her uncle Miles passes away he leaves her his most precious c...

    This is the first 'road trip' romance I've ever read, and I loved it from beginning to end. From the humorous opening funeral scene to the conclusion, this pacy story never lagged and kept me so riveted that I pulled an allnighter to read it! Jules Wake is going on my autobuy list from...

    Very enjoyable, and I loved Laurie as a character. I suppose I would have liked the story even better if I were into cars at all. As it is, the whole car stuff seemed pretty uninteresting to me and it spoiled the pleasure of reading a bit. Overall, though, it was a nice bit of escapism...

  • Sue Moorcroft
    Jun 09, 2015

    For the rip roaring ride and literary locations - : Booktrail of From Italy with Love A trail in a car leaving from the channel tunnel and then going all the way across France, Switzerland and finally to Italy seems like a great way to travel. Having a preplanned journey with t...

    I found this book completely charming. Having never read a road-trip book before I was a little cautious, but it had such good reviews and the cover is so scrumptious that I couldn?t resist. I?m so glad I dived in, because once I started reading, I couldn?t put it down. Along w...

    This was one of the stupidest books I have ever read. How could ?Covent Garden in the Snow? be so good and this one so bad? I have no idea why I finished reading it. I should have chucked it out the window. ...

    3.5 stars From Italy With Love is your predictable romance story. What does make this one slightly different though is the fabulous descriptions of the surrounding scenery and a wonderful classic car. I have to say reading of Cam and Laurie as they make their way to Italy really ...

    Original review on The Fictional Reader Review When I requested this book from Netgalley, I did so because I liked the synopsis and it had been a while since I had read a adult romance. I hadn?t heard of the author before, and I ?for some reason? was not expecting great thi...

    This book is an absolute delight, a perfect piece of summer escapism full of the delights of classic cars and European road trips, complete with wine and a very handsome co-driver. Laurie?s life has been one of duty ever since her parents divorced and she stayed with her father. Much...

    I knew I was going to enjoy this book from the first chapter, which features an eccentric funeral. Uncle Miles had decreed that there was to be no black at his funeral, and so all 4 of his ex wives showed up wearing incredibly bright clothes, and yet his niece Laurie, and boyfriend Rob...

    Laurie has a comfortable life. She's living together with her boyfriend in the house she's inherited from her father. She has a steady job at a library and her life is safe and predictable, exactly the way she likes it. When her uncle Miles passes away he leaves her his most precious c...

    This is the first 'road trip' romance I've ever read, and I loved it from beginning to end. From the humorous opening funeral scene to the conclusion, this pacy story never lagged and kept me so riveted that I pulled an allnighter to read it! Jules Wake is going on my autobuy list from...

    Very enjoyable, and I loved Laurie as a character. I suppose I would have liked the story even better if I were into cars at all. As it is, the whole car stuff seemed pretty uninteresting to me and it spoiled the pleasure of reading a bit. Overall, though, it was a nice bit of escapism...

    Really, thoroughly enjoyed this book. It kept me guessing until the end and the writing flowed beautifully. I couldn't wait to get back to it each time I had to put my Kindle down. Laurie goes on an inner journey as well as her fab physical journey across Italy in a rare Ferrari and Ca...

  • Agi
    May 17, 2015

    For the rip roaring ride and literary locations - : Booktrail of From Italy with Love A trail in a car leaving from the channel tunnel and then going all the way across France, Switzerland and finally to Italy seems like a great way to travel. Having a preplanned journey with t...

    I found this book completely charming. Having never read a road-trip book before I was a little cautious, but it had such good reviews and the cover is so scrumptious that I couldn?t resist. I?m so glad I dived in, because once I started reading, I couldn?t put it down. Along w...

    This was one of the stupidest books I have ever read. How could ?Covent Garden in the Snow? be so good and this one so bad? I have no idea why I finished reading it. I should have chucked it out the window. ...

    3.5 stars From Italy With Love is your predictable romance story. What does make this one slightly different though is the fabulous descriptions of the surrounding scenery and a wonderful classic car. I have to say reading of Cam and Laurie as they make their way to Italy really ...

    Original review on The Fictional Reader Review When I requested this book from Netgalley, I did so because I liked the synopsis and it had been a while since I had read a adult romance. I hadn?t heard of the author before, and I ?for some reason? was not expecting great thi...

    This book is an absolute delight, a perfect piece of summer escapism full of the delights of classic cars and European road trips, complete with wine and a very handsome co-driver. Laurie?s life has been one of duty ever since her parents divorced and she stayed with her father. Much...

    I knew I was going to enjoy this book from the first chapter, which features an eccentric funeral. Uncle Miles had decreed that there was to be no black at his funeral, and so all 4 of his ex wives showed up wearing incredibly bright clothes, and yet his niece Laurie, and boyfriend Rob...

    Laurie has a comfortable life. She's living together with her boyfriend in the house she's inherited from her father. She has a steady job at a library and her life is safe and predictable, exactly the way she likes it. When her uncle Miles passes away he leaves her his most precious c...

    This is the first 'road trip' romance I've ever read, and I loved it from beginning to end. From the humorous opening funeral scene to the conclusion, this pacy story never lagged and kept me so riveted that I pulled an allnighter to read it! Jules Wake is going on my autobuy list from...

    Very enjoyable, and I loved Laurie as a character. I suppose I would have liked the story even better if I were into cars at all. As it is, the whole car stuff seemed pretty uninteresting to me and it spoiled the pleasure of reading a bit. Overall, though, it was a nice bit of escapism...

    Really, thoroughly enjoyed this book. It kept me guessing until the end and the writing flowed beautifully. I couldn't wait to get back to it each time I had to put my Kindle down. Laurie goes on an inner journey as well as her fab physical journey across Italy in a rare Ferrari and Ca...

    Couldn't put it down. What I didn't like about this book is that I've just spent most of three days sitting on the couch getting nothing done. Couldn't put it down! I loved taking a virtual tour across Europe with Laurie and Cam. ...

    chic lit at its best. fell in love with these two main characters straight away and spent the whole book willing them to get together. id forgotten how much I love a good chic lit book. easy but totally enjoyable read. ...

    DNF at 35% ...

    Enjoyable romance. Outcome is obvious from the start, but a pleasant read. ...

    A lovely little romantic road trip. A bit predictable maybe but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Uncle Miles has died and now Laurie has been left his classic Ferrari, there's just one proviso - she has to travel across Europe to take the car back to it's birthplace in Maranello. Not only that but Miles has preset the meandering route through France and Switzerland in to Italy and...

    Thoroughly enjoyed this story ? a light, romantic read but with super-great ingredients. It begins at the funeral of eccentric uncle Miles ? and mousy Laurie along with ghastly boyfriend Robert are the only ones not in leather cat suits, fuschia or fascinators: against Miles?s ...

    You know, I couldn't wait to start reading this book, I had a very overwhelming feeling when I pressed the "Request" button that I'm really going to like it, that it's going to be a story that will have me hooked and I won't want to put it away. Don't know why, just had this feeling, a...

  • Marie
    May 08, 2015

    For the rip roaring ride and literary locations - : Booktrail of From Italy with Love A trail in a car leaving from the channel tunnel and then going all the way across France, Switzerland and finally to Italy seems like a great way to travel. Having a preplanned journey with t...

    I found this book completely charming. Having never read a road-trip book before I was a little cautious, but it had such good reviews and the cover is so scrumptious that I couldn?t resist. I?m so glad I dived in, because once I started reading, I couldn?t put it down. Along w...

    This was one of the stupidest books I have ever read. How could ?Covent Garden in the Snow? be so good and this one so bad? I have no idea why I finished reading it. I should have chucked it out the window. ...

    3.5 stars From Italy With Love is your predictable romance story. What does make this one slightly different though is the fabulous descriptions of the surrounding scenery and a wonderful classic car. I have to say reading of Cam and Laurie as they make their way to Italy really ...

    Original review on The Fictional Reader Review When I requested this book from Netgalley, I did so because I liked the synopsis and it had been a while since I had read a adult romance. I hadn?t heard of the author before, and I ?for some reason? was not expecting great thi...

    This book is an absolute delight, a perfect piece of summer escapism full of the delights of classic cars and European road trips, complete with wine and a very handsome co-driver. Laurie?s life has been one of duty ever since her parents divorced and she stayed with her father. Much...

    I knew I was going to enjoy this book from the first chapter, which features an eccentric funeral. Uncle Miles had decreed that there was to be no black at his funeral, and so all 4 of his ex wives showed up wearing incredibly bright clothes, and yet his niece Laurie, and boyfriend Rob...

    Laurie has a comfortable life. She's living together with her boyfriend in the house she's inherited from her father. She has a steady job at a library and her life is safe and predictable, exactly the way she likes it. When her uncle Miles passes away he leaves her his most precious c...

    This is the first 'road trip' romance I've ever read, and I loved it from beginning to end. From the humorous opening funeral scene to the conclusion, this pacy story never lagged and kept me so riveted that I pulled an allnighter to read it! Jules Wake is going on my autobuy list from...

    Very enjoyable, and I loved Laurie as a character. I suppose I would have liked the story even better if I were into cars at all. As it is, the whole car stuff seemed pretty uninteresting to me and it spoiled the pleasure of reading a bit. Overall, though, it was a nice bit of escapism...

    Really, thoroughly enjoyed this book. It kept me guessing until the end and the writing flowed beautifully. I couldn't wait to get back to it each time I had to put my Kindle down. Laurie goes on an inner journey as well as her fab physical journey across Italy in a rare Ferrari and Ca...

    Couldn't put it down. What I didn't like about this book is that I've just spent most of three days sitting on the couch getting nothing done. Couldn't put it down! I loved taking a virtual tour across Europe with Laurie and Cam. ...

    chic lit at its best. fell in love with these two main characters straight away and spent the whole book willing them to get together. id forgotten how much I love a good chic lit book. easy but totally enjoyable read. ...

    DNF at 35% ...

  • Rachel Gilbey
    May 07, 2015

    For the rip roaring ride and literary locations - : Booktrail of From Italy with Love A trail in a car leaving from the channel tunnel and then going all the way across France, Switzerland and finally to Italy seems like a great way to travel. Having a preplanned journey with t...

    I found this book completely charming. Having never read a road-trip book before I was a little cautious, but it had such good reviews and the cover is so scrumptious that I couldn?t resist. I?m so glad I dived in, because once I started reading, I couldn?t put it down. Along w...

    This was one of the stupidest books I have ever read. How could ?Covent Garden in the Snow? be so good and this one so bad? I have no idea why I finished reading it. I should have chucked it out the window. ...

    3.5 stars From Italy With Love is your predictable romance story. What does make this one slightly different though is the fabulous descriptions of the surrounding scenery and a wonderful classic car. I have to say reading of Cam and Laurie as they make their way to Italy really ...

    Original review on The Fictional Reader Review When I requested this book from Netgalley, I did so because I liked the synopsis and it had been a while since I had read a adult romance. I hadn?t heard of the author before, and I ?for some reason? was not expecting great thi...

    This book is an absolute delight, a perfect piece of summer escapism full of the delights of classic cars and European road trips, complete with wine and a very handsome co-driver. Laurie?s life has been one of duty ever since her parents divorced and she stayed with her father. Much...

    I knew I was going to enjoy this book from the first chapter, which features an eccentric funeral. Uncle Miles had decreed that there was to be no black at his funeral, and so all 4 of his ex wives showed up wearing incredibly bright clothes, and yet his niece Laurie, and boyfriend Rob...

  • Wynafryd
    Sep 07, 2018

    For the rip roaring ride and literary locations - : Booktrail of From Italy with Love A trail in a car leaving from the channel tunnel and then going all the way across France, Switzerland and finally to Italy seems like a great way to travel. Having a preplanned journey with t...

    I found this book completely charming. Having never read a road-trip book before I was a little cautious, but it had such good reviews and the cover is so scrumptious that I couldn?t resist. I?m so glad I dived in, because once I started reading, I couldn?t put it down. Along w...

    This was one of the stupidest books I have ever read. How could ?Covent Garden in the Snow? be so good and this one so bad? I have no idea why I finished reading it. I should have chucked it out the window. ...

    3.5 stars From Italy With Love is your predictable romance story. What does make this one slightly different though is the fabulous descriptions of the surrounding scenery and a wonderful classic car. I have to say reading of Cam and Laurie as they make their way to Italy really ...

    Original review on The Fictional Reader Review When I requested this book from Netgalley, I did so because I liked the synopsis and it had been a while since I had read a adult romance. I hadn?t heard of the author before, and I ?for some reason? was not expecting great thi...

    This book is an absolute delight, a perfect piece of summer escapism full of the delights of classic cars and European road trips, complete with wine and a very handsome co-driver. Laurie?s life has been one of duty ever since her parents divorced and she stayed with her father. Much...

    I knew I was going to enjoy this book from the first chapter, which features an eccentric funeral. Uncle Miles had decreed that there was to be no black at his funeral, and so all 4 of his ex wives showed up wearing incredibly bright clothes, and yet his niece Laurie, and boyfriend Rob...

    Laurie has a comfortable life. She's living together with her boyfriend in the house she's inherited from her father. She has a steady job at a library and her life is safe and predictable, exactly the way she likes it. When her uncle Miles passes away he leaves her his most precious c...

    This is the first 'road trip' romance I've ever read, and I loved it from beginning to end. From the humorous opening funeral scene to the conclusion, this pacy story never lagged and kept me so riveted that I pulled an allnighter to read it! Jules Wake is going on my autobuy list from...

    Very enjoyable, and I loved Laurie as a character. I suppose I would have liked the story even better if I were into cars at all. As it is, the whole car stuff seemed pretty uninteresting to me and it spoiled the pleasure of reading a bit. Overall, though, it was a nice bit of escapism...

    Really, thoroughly enjoyed this book. It kept me guessing until the end and the writing flowed beautifully. I couldn't wait to get back to it each time I had to put my Kindle down. Laurie goes on an inner journey as well as her fab physical journey across Italy in a rare Ferrari and Ca...

    Couldn't put it down. What I didn't like about this book is that I've just spent most of three days sitting on the couch getting nothing done. Couldn't put it down! I loved taking a virtual tour across Europe with Laurie and Cam. ...

    chic lit at its best. fell in love with these two main characters straight away and spent the whole book willing them to get together. id forgotten how much I love a good chic lit book. easy but totally enjoyable read. ...

    DNF at 35% ...

    Enjoyable romance. Outcome is obvious from the start, but a pleasant read. ...

    A lovely little romantic road trip. A bit predictable maybe but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Uncle Miles has died and now Laurie has been left his classic Ferrari, there's just one proviso - she has to travel across Europe to take the car back to it's birthplace in Maranello. Not only that but Miles has preset the meandering route through France and Switzerland in to Italy and...

    Thoroughly enjoyed this story ? a light, romantic read but with super-great ingredients. It begins at the funeral of eccentric uncle Miles ? and mousy Laurie along with ghastly boyfriend Robert are the only ones not in leather cat suits, fuschia or fascinators: against Miles?s ...

    You know, I couldn't wait to start reading this book, I had a very overwhelming feeling when I pressed the "Request" button that I'm really going to like it, that it's going to be a story that will have me hooked and I won't want to put it away. Don't know why, just had this feeling, a...

    I enjoyed this book immensely. I did struggle getting into this book in the beginning, but once I hit my stride I couldn?t put the book down. The characters were well written for the most part. I felt for and root for Laurie and loved her journey for self-discovery. Cam was messy and...

    Simply brilliant What a fantastic story. The descriptions of all the places they drove through were so well described that you can imagine actually being there. Loved the way the characters all evolved and the way you thought it was going one way and then turned out completely diffe...

    Road trip Well worth the read. Laurie finds herself on a road trip with luscious Cam, driving a Ferrari worth millions. Likeable characters, though for a while Cam was suspect. Such a good time and a good ending. ...

    super cute ...

  • Rosemary
    Feb 16, 2019

    For the rip roaring ride and literary locations - : Booktrail of From Italy with Love A trail in a car leaving from the channel tunnel and then going all the way across France, Switzerland and finally to Italy seems like a great way to travel. Having a preplanned journey with t...

    I found this book completely charming. Having never read a road-trip book before I was a little cautious, but it had such good reviews and the cover is so scrumptious that I couldn?t resist. I?m so glad I dived in, because once I started reading, I couldn?t put it down. Along w...

    This was one of the stupidest books I have ever read. How could ?Covent Garden in the Snow? be so good and this one so bad? I have no idea why I finished reading it. I should have chucked it out the window. ...

    3.5 stars From Italy With Love is your predictable romance story. What does make this one slightly different though is the fabulous descriptions of the surrounding scenery and a wonderful classic car. I have to say reading of Cam and Laurie as they make their way to Italy really ...

    Original review on The Fictional Reader Review When I requested this book from Netgalley, I did so because I liked the synopsis and it had been a while since I had read a adult romance. I hadn?t heard of the author before, and I ?for some reason? was not expecting great thi...

    This book is an absolute delight, a perfect piece of summer escapism full of the delights of classic cars and European road trips, complete with wine and a very handsome co-driver. Laurie?s life has been one of duty ever since her parents divorced and she stayed with her father. Much...

    I knew I was going to enjoy this book from the first chapter, which features an eccentric funeral. Uncle Miles had decreed that there was to be no black at his funeral, and so all 4 of his ex wives showed up wearing incredibly bright clothes, and yet his niece Laurie, and boyfriend Rob...

    Laurie has a comfortable life. She's living together with her boyfriend in the house she's inherited from her father. She has a steady job at a library and her life is safe and predictable, exactly the way she likes it. When her uncle Miles passes away he leaves her his most precious c...

    This is the first 'road trip' romance I've ever read, and I loved it from beginning to end. From the humorous opening funeral scene to the conclusion, this pacy story never lagged and kept me so riveted that I pulled an allnighter to read it! Jules Wake is going on my autobuy list from...

    Very enjoyable, and I loved Laurie as a character. I suppose I would have liked the story even better if I were into cars at all. As it is, the whole car stuff seemed pretty uninteresting to me and it spoiled the pleasure of reading a bit. Overall, though, it was a nice bit of escapism...

    Really, thoroughly enjoyed this book. It kept me guessing until the end and the writing flowed beautifully. I couldn't wait to get back to it each time I had to put my Kindle down. Laurie goes on an inner journey as well as her fab physical journey across Italy in a rare Ferrari and Ca...

    Couldn't put it down. What I didn't like about this book is that I've just spent most of three days sitting on the couch getting nothing done. Couldn't put it down! I loved taking a virtual tour across Europe with Laurie and Cam. ...

    chic lit at its best. fell in love with these two main characters straight away and spent the whole book willing them to get together. id forgotten how much I love a good chic lit book. easy but totally enjoyable read. ...

    DNF at 35% ...

    Enjoyable romance. Outcome is obvious from the start, but a pleasant read. ...

    A lovely little romantic road trip. A bit predictable maybe but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Uncle Miles has died and now Laurie has been left his classic Ferrari, there's just one proviso - she has to travel across Europe to take the car back to it's birthplace in Maranello. Not only that but Miles has preset the meandering route through France and Switzerland in to Italy and...

    Thoroughly enjoyed this story ? a light, romantic read but with super-great ingredients. It begins at the funeral of eccentric uncle Miles ? and mousy Laurie along with ghastly boyfriend Robert are the only ones not in leather cat suits, fuschia or fascinators: against Miles?s ...

    You know, I couldn't wait to start reading this book, I had a very overwhelming feeling when I pressed the "Request" button that I'm really going to like it, that it's going to be a story that will have me hooked and I won't want to put it away. Don't know why, just had this feeling, a...

    I enjoyed this book immensely. I did struggle getting into this book in the beginning, but once I hit my stride I couldn?t put the book down. The characters were well written for the most part. I felt for and root for Laurie and loved her journey for self-discovery. Cam was messy and...

    Simply brilliant What a fantastic story. The descriptions of all the places they drove through were so well described that you can imagine actually being there. Loved the way the characters all evolved and the way you thought it was going one way and then turned out completely diffe...

    Road trip Well worth the read. Laurie finds herself on a road trip with luscious Cam, driving a Ferrari worth millions. Likeable characters, though for a while Cam was suspect. Such a good time and a good ending. ...

    super cute ...

    So Much Fun! I loved this book! It was a bit predictable, but it also had some really enjoyable twists. Perfect light girly read. I loved it, but I guess I already said that ? ...

    Comical Lovely summer reading, thoroughly enjoyed this book. Looking forward to reading another one of Jules Wake on my next holiday in March. ...

    A lovely romp! ...

  • Brin Murray
    Feb 18, 2018

    For the rip roaring ride and literary locations - : Booktrail of From Italy with Love A trail in a car leaving from the channel tunnel and then going all the way across France, Switzerland and finally to Italy seems like a great way to travel. Having a preplanned journey with t...

    I found this book completely charming. Having never read a road-trip book before I was a little cautious, but it had such good reviews and the cover is so scrumptious that I couldn?t resist. I?m so glad I dived in, because once I started reading, I couldn?t put it down. Along w...

    This was one of the stupidest books I have ever read. How could ?Covent Garden in the Snow? be so good and this one so bad? I have no idea why I finished reading it. I should have chucked it out the window. ...

    3.5 stars From Italy With Love is your predictable romance story. What does make this one slightly different though is the fabulous descriptions of the surrounding scenery and a wonderful classic car. I have to say reading of Cam and Laurie as they make their way to Italy really ...

    Original review on The Fictional Reader Review When I requested this book from Netgalley, I did so because I liked the synopsis and it had been a while since I had read a adult romance. I hadn?t heard of the author before, and I ?for some reason? was not expecting great thi...

    This book is an absolute delight, a perfect piece of summer escapism full of the delights of classic cars and European road trips, complete with wine and a very handsome co-driver. Laurie?s life has been one of duty ever since her parents divorced and she stayed with her father. Much...

    I knew I was going to enjoy this book from the first chapter, which features an eccentric funeral. Uncle Miles had decreed that there was to be no black at his funeral, and so all 4 of his ex wives showed up wearing incredibly bright clothes, and yet his niece Laurie, and boyfriend Rob...

    Laurie has a comfortable life. She's living together with her boyfriend in the house she's inherited from her father. She has a steady job at a library and her life is safe and predictable, exactly the way she likes it. When her uncle Miles passes away he leaves her his most precious c...

    This is the first 'road trip' romance I've ever read, and I loved it from beginning to end. From the humorous opening funeral scene to the conclusion, this pacy story never lagged and kept me so riveted that I pulled an allnighter to read it! Jules Wake is going on my autobuy list from...

    Very enjoyable, and I loved Laurie as a character. I suppose I would have liked the story even better if I were into cars at all. As it is, the whole car stuff seemed pretty uninteresting to me and it spoiled the pleasure of reading a bit. Overall, though, it was a nice bit of escapism...

    Really, thoroughly enjoyed this book. It kept me guessing until the end and the writing flowed beautifully. I couldn't wait to get back to it each time I had to put my Kindle down. Laurie goes on an inner journey as well as her fab physical journey across Italy in a rare Ferrari and Ca...

    Couldn't put it down. What I didn't like about this book is that I've just spent most of three days sitting on the couch getting nothing done. Couldn't put it down! I loved taking a virtual tour across Europe with Laurie and Cam. ...

    chic lit at its best. fell in love with these two main characters straight away and spent the whole book willing them to get together. id forgotten how much I love a good chic lit book. easy but totally enjoyable read. ...

    DNF at 35% ...

    Enjoyable romance. Outcome is obvious from the start, but a pleasant read. ...

    A lovely little romantic road trip. A bit predictable maybe but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Uncle Miles has died and now Laurie has been left his classic Ferrari, there's just one proviso - she has to travel across Europe to take the car back to it's birthplace in Maranello. Not only that but Miles has preset the meandering route through France and Switzerland in to Italy and...

    Thoroughly enjoyed this story ? a light, romantic read but with super-great ingredients. It begins at the funeral of eccentric uncle Miles ? and mousy Laurie along with ghastly boyfriend Robert are the only ones not in leather cat suits, fuschia or fascinators: against Miles?s ...

  • Alicia
    May 16, 2017

    For the rip roaring ride and literary locations - : Booktrail of From Italy with Love A trail in a car leaving from the channel tunnel and then going all the way across France, Switzerland and finally to Italy seems like a great way to travel. Having a preplanned journey with t...

    I found this book completely charming. Having never read a road-trip book before I was a little cautious, but it had such good reviews and the cover is so scrumptious that I couldn?t resist. I?m so glad I dived in, because once I started reading, I couldn?t put it down. Along w...

    This was one of the stupidest books I have ever read. How could ?Covent Garden in the Snow? be so good and this one so bad? I have no idea why I finished reading it. I should have chucked it out the window. ...

    3.5 stars From Italy With Love is your predictable romance story. What does make this one slightly different though is the fabulous descriptions of the surrounding scenery and a wonderful classic car. I have to say reading of Cam and Laurie as they make their way to Italy really ...

    Original review on The Fictional Reader Review When I requested this book from Netgalley, I did so because I liked the synopsis and it had been a while since I had read a adult romance. I hadn?t heard of the author before, and I ?for some reason? was not expecting great thi...

    This book is an absolute delight, a perfect piece of summer escapism full of the delights of classic cars and European road trips, complete with wine and a very handsome co-driver. Laurie?s life has been one of duty ever since her parents divorced and she stayed with her father. Much...

    I knew I was going to enjoy this book from the first chapter, which features an eccentric funeral. Uncle Miles had decreed that there was to be no black at his funeral, and so all 4 of his ex wives showed up wearing incredibly bright clothes, and yet his niece Laurie, and boyfriend Rob...

    Laurie has a comfortable life. She's living together with her boyfriend in the house she's inherited from her father. She has a steady job at a library and her life is safe and predictable, exactly the way she likes it. When her uncle Miles passes away he leaves her his most precious c...

    This is the first 'road trip' romance I've ever read, and I loved it from beginning to end. From the humorous opening funeral scene to the conclusion, this pacy story never lagged and kept me so riveted that I pulled an allnighter to read it! Jules Wake is going on my autobuy list from...

    Very enjoyable, and I loved Laurie as a character. I suppose I would have liked the story even better if I were into cars at all. As it is, the whole car stuff seemed pretty uninteresting to me and it spoiled the pleasure of reading a bit. Overall, though, it was a nice bit of escapism...

    Really, thoroughly enjoyed this book. It kept me guessing until the end and the writing flowed beautifully. I couldn't wait to get back to it each time I had to put my Kindle down. Laurie goes on an inner journey as well as her fab physical journey across Italy in a rare Ferrari and Ca...

    Couldn't put it down. What I didn't like about this book is that I've just spent most of three days sitting on the couch getting nothing done. Couldn't put it down! I loved taking a virtual tour across Europe with Laurie and Cam. ...

    chic lit at its best. fell in love with these two main characters straight away and spent the whole book willing them to get together. id forgotten how much I love a good chic lit book. easy but totally enjoyable read. ...

    DNF at 35% ...

    Enjoyable romance. Outcome is obvious from the start, but a pleasant read. ...

    A lovely little romantic road trip. A bit predictable maybe but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Uncle Miles has died and now Laurie has been left his classic Ferrari, there's just one proviso - she has to travel across Europe to take the car back to it's birthplace in Maranello. Not only that but Miles has preset the meandering route through France and Switzerland in to Italy and...

    Thoroughly enjoyed this story ? a light, romantic read but with super-great ingredients. It begins at the funeral of eccentric uncle Miles ? and mousy Laurie along with ghastly boyfriend Robert are the only ones not in leather cat suits, fuschia or fascinators: against Miles?s ...

    You know, I couldn't wait to start reading this book, I had a very overwhelming feeling when I pressed the "Request" button that I'm really going to like it, that it's going to be a story that will have me hooked and I won't want to put it away. Don't know why, just had this feeling, a...

    I enjoyed this book immensely. I did struggle getting into this book in the beginning, but once I hit my stride I couldn?t put the book down. The characters were well written for the most part. I felt for and root for Laurie and loved her journey for self-discovery. Cam was messy and...

  • Roberta
    Oct 07, 2018

    For the rip roaring ride and literary locations - : Booktrail of From Italy with Love A trail in a car leaving from the channel tunnel and then going all the way across France, Switzerland and finally to Italy seems like a great way to travel. Having a preplanned journey with t...

    I found this book completely charming. Having never read a road-trip book before I was a little cautious, but it had such good reviews and the cover is so scrumptious that I couldn?t resist. I?m so glad I dived in, because once I started reading, I couldn?t put it down. Along w...

    This was one of the stupidest books I have ever read. How could ?Covent Garden in the Snow? be so good and this one so bad? I have no idea why I finished reading it. I should have chucked it out the window. ...

    3.5 stars From Italy With Love is your predictable romance story. What does make this one slightly different though is the fabulous descriptions of the surrounding scenery and a wonderful classic car. I have to say reading of Cam and Laurie as they make their way to Italy really ...

    Original review on The Fictional Reader Review When I requested this book from Netgalley, I did so because I liked the synopsis and it had been a while since I had read a adult romance. I hadn?t heard of the author before, and I ?for some reason? was not expecting great thi...

    This book is an absolute delight, a perfect piece of summer escapism full of the delights of classic cars and European road trips, complete with wine and a very handsome co-driver. Laurie?s life has been one of duty ever since her parents divorced and she stayed with her father. Much...

    I knew I was going to enjoy this book from the first chapter, which features an eccentric funeral. Uncle Miles had decreed that there was to be no black at his funeral, and so all 4 of his ex wives showed up wearing incredibly bright clothes, and yet his niece Laurie, and boyfriend Rob...

    Laurie has a comfortable life. She's living together with her boyfriend in the house she's inherited from her father. She has a steady job at a library and her life is safe and predictable, exactly the way she likes it. When her uncle Miles passes away he leaves her his most precious c...

    This is the first 'road trip' romance I've ever read, and I loved it from beginning to end. From the humorous opening funeral scene to the conclusion, this pacy story never lagged and kept me so riveted that I pulled an allnighter to read it! Jules Wake is going on my autobuy list from...

    Very enjoyable, and I loved Laurie as a character. I suppose I would have liked the story even better if I were into cars at all. As it is, the whole car stuff seemed pretty uninteresting to me and it spoiled the pleasure of reading a bit. Overall, though, it was a nice bit of escapism...

    Really, thoroughly enjoyed this book. It kept me guessing until the end and the writing flowed beautifully. I couldn't wait to get back to it each time I had to put my Kindle down. Laurie goes on an inner journey as well as her fab physical journey across Italy in a rare Ferrari and Ca...

    Couldn't put it down. What I didn't like about this book is that I've just spent most of three days sitting on the couch getting nothing done. Couldn't put it down! I loved taking a virtual tour across Europe with Laurie and Cam. ...

    chic lit at its best. fell in love with these two main characters straight away and spent the whole book willing them to get together. id forgotten how much I love a good chic lit book. easy but totally enjoyable read. ...

    DNF at 35% ...

    Enjoyable romance. Outcome is obvious from the start, but a pleasant read. ...

    A lovely little romantic road trip. A bit predictable maybe but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Uncle Miles has died and now Laurie has been left his classic Ferrari, there's just one proviso - she has to travel across Europe to take the car back to it's birthplace in Maranello. Not only that but Miles has preset the meandering route through France and Switzerland in to Italy and...

    Thoroughly enjoyed this story ? a light, romantic read but with super-great ingredients. It begins at the funeral of eccentric uncle Miles ? and mousy Laurie along with ghastly boyfriend Robert are the only ones not in leather cat suits, fuschia or fascinators: against Miles?s ...

    You know, I couldn't wait to start reading this book, I had a very overwhelming feeling when I pressed the "Request" button that I'm really going to like it, that it's going to be a story that will have me hooked and I won't want to put it away. Don't know why, just had this feeling, a...

    I enjoyed this book immensely. I did struggle getting into this book in the beginning, but once I hit my stride I couldn?t put the book down. The characters were well written for the most part. I felt for and root for Laurie and loved her journey for self-discovery. Cam was messy and...

    Simply brilliant What a fantastic story. The descriptions of all the places they drove through were so well described that you can imagine actually being there. Loved the way the characters all evolved and the way you thought it was going one way and then turned out completely diffe...

    Road trip Well worth the read. Laurie finds herself on a road trip with luscious Cam, driving a Ferrari worth millions. Likeable characters, though for a while Cam was suspect. Such a good time and a good ending. ...

    super cute ...

    So Much Fun! I loved this book! It was a bit predictable, but it also had some really enjoyable twists. Perfect light girly read. I loved it, but I guess I already said that ? ...

    Comical Lovely summer reading, thoroughly enjoyed this book. Looking forward to reading another one of Jules Wake on my next holiday in March. ...

    A lovely romp! ...

    I loved this book. Especially the travel and details about where Laurie and Cam went. Jules Wake is now added to my author list to read all of her books. ...

    This was ok, but I wasn?t a massive fan of any of the characters. ...

  • Mo
    Dec 30, 2017

    For the rip roaring ride and literary locations - : Booktrail of From Italy with Love A trail in a car leaving from the channel tunnel and then going all the way across France, Switzerland and finally to Italy seems like a great way to travel. Having a preplanned journey with t...

    I found this book completely charming. Having never read a road-trip book before I was a little cautious, but it had such good reviews and the cover is so scrumptious that I couldn?t resist. I?m so glad I dived in, because once I started reading, I couldn?t put it down. Along w...

    This was one of the stupidest books I have ever read. How could ?Covent Garden in the Snow? be so good and this one so bad? I have no idea why I finished reading it. I should have chucked it out the window. ...

  • Jojo Krubally
    Jul 29, 2015

    For the rip roaring ride and literary locations - : Booktrail of From Italy with Love A trail in a car leaving from the channel tunnel and then going all the way across France, Switzerland and finally to Italy seems like a great way to travel. Having a preplanned journey with t...

    I found this book completely charming. Having never read a road-trip book before I was a little cautious, but it had such good reviews and the cover is so scrumptious that I couldn?t resist. I?m so glad I dived in, because once I started reading, I couldn?t put it down. Along w...

    This was one of the stupidest books I have ever read. How could ?Covent Garden in the Snow? be so good and this one so bad? I have no idea why I finished reading it. I should have chucked it out the window. ...

    3.5 stars From Italy With Love is your predictable romance story. What does make this one slightly different though is the fabulous descriptions of the surrounding scenery and a wonderful classic car. I have to say reading of Cam and Laurie as they make their way to Italy really ...

    Original review on The Fictional Reader Review When I requested this book from Netgalley, I did so because I liked the synopsis and it had been a while since I had read a adult romance. I hadn?t heard of the author before, and I ?for some reason? was not expecting great thi...

    This book is an absolute delight, a perfect piece of summer escapism full of the delights of classic cars and European road trips, complete with wine and a very handsome co-driver. Laurie?s life has been one of duty ever since her parents divorced and she stayed with her father. Much...

    I knew I was going to enjoy this book from the first chapter, which features an eccentric funeral. Uncle Miles had decreed that there was to be no black at his funeral, and so all 4 of his ex wives showed up wearing incredibly bright clothes, and yet his niece Laurie, and boyfriend Rob...

    Laurie has a comfortable life. She's living together with her boyfriend in the house she's inherited from her father. She has a steady job at a library and her life is safe and predictable, exactly the way she likes it. When her uncle Miles passes away he leaves her his most precious c...

    This is the first 'road trip' romance I've ever read, and I loved it from beginning to end. From the humorous opening funeral scene to the conclusion, this pacy story never lagged and kept me so riveted that I pulled an allnighter to read it! Jules Wake is going on my autobuy list from...

    Very enjoyable, and I loved Laurie as a character. I suppose I would have liked the story even better if I were into cars at all. As it is, the whole car stuff seemed pretty uninteresting to me and it spoiled the pleasure of reading a bit. Overall, though, it was a nice bit of escapism...

    Really, thoroughly enjoyed this book. It kept me guessing until the end and the writing flowed beautifully. I couldn't wait to get back to it each time I had to put my Kindle down. Laurie goes on an inner journey as well as her fab physical journey across Italy in a rare Ferrari and Ca...

    Couldn't put it down. What I didn't like about this book is that I've just spent most of three days sitting on the couch getting nothing done. Couldn't put it down! I loved taking a virtual tour across Europe with Laurie and Cam. ...

    chic lit at its best. fell in love with these two main characters straight away and spent the whole book willing them to get together. id forgotten how much I love a good chic lit book. easy but totally enjoyable read. ...

  • Romy Sommer
    Aug 02, 2015

    For the rip roaring ride and literary locations - : Booktrail of From Italy with Love A trail in a car leaving from the channel tunnel and then going all the way across France, Switzerland and finally to Italy seems like a great way to travel. Having a preplanned journey with t...

    I found this book completely charming. Having never read a road-trip book before I was a little cautious, but it had such good reviews and the cover is so scrumptious that I couldn?t resist. I?m so glad I dived in, because once I started reading, I couldn?t put it down. Along w...

    This was one of the stupidest books I have ever read. How could ?Covent Garden in the Snow? be so good and this one so bad? I have no idea why I finished reading it. I should have chucked it out the window. ...

    3.5 stars From Italy With Love is your predictable romance story. What does make this one slightly different though is the fabulous descriptions of the surrounding scenery and a wonderful classic car. I have to say reading of Cam and Laurie as they make their way to Italy really ...

    Original review on The Fictional Reader Review When I requested this book from Netgalley, I did so because I liked the synopsis and it had been a while since I had read a adult romance. I hadn?t heard of the author before, and I ?for some reason? was not expecting great thi...

    This book is an absolute delight, a perfect piece of summer escapism full of the delights of classic cars and European road trips, complete with wine and a very handsome co-driver. Laurie?s life has been one of duty ever since her parents divorced and she stayed with her father. Much...

    I knew I was going to enjoy this book from the first chapter, which features an eccentric funeral. Uncle Miles had decreed that there was to be no black at his funeral, and so all 4 of his ex wives showed up wearing incredibly bright clothes, and yet his niece Laurie, and boyfriend Rob...

    Laurie has a comfortable life. She's living together with her boyfriend in the house she's inherited from her father. She has a steady job at a library and her life is safe and predictable, exactly the way she likes it. When her uncle Miles passes away he leaves her his most precious c...

    This is the first 'road trip' romance I've ever read, and I loved it from beginning to end. From the humorous opening funeral scene to the conclusion, this pacy story never lagged and kept me so riveted that I pulled an allnighter to read it! Jules Wake is going on my autobuy list from...

  • Jan
    May 28, 2018

    For the rip roaring ride and literary locations - : Booktrail of From Italy with Love A trail in a car leaving from the channel tunnel and then going all the way across France, Switzerland and finally to Italy seems like a great way to travel. Having a preplanned journey with t...

    I found this book completely charming. Having never read a road-trip book before I was a little cautious, but it had such good reviews and the cover is so scrumptious that I couldn?t resist. I?m so glad I dived in, because once I started reading, I couldn?t put it down. Along w...

    This was one of the stupidest books I have ever read. How could ?Covent Garden in the Snow? be so good and this one so bad? I have no idea why I finished reading it. I should have chucked it out the window. ...

    3.5 stars From Italy With Love is your predictable romance story. What does make this one slightly different though is the fabulous descriptions of the surrounding scenery and a wonderful classic car. I have to say reading of Cam and Laurie as they make their way to Italy really ...

    Original review on The Fictional Reader Review When I requested this book from Netgalley, I did so because I liked the synopsis and it had been a while since I had read a adult romance. I hadn?t heard of the author before, and I ?for some reason? was not expecting great thi...

    This book is an absolute delight, a perfect piece of summer escapism full of the delights of classic cars and European road trips, complete with wine and a very handsome co-driver. Laurie?s life has been one of duty ever since her parents divorced and she stayed with her father. Much...

    I knew I was going to enjoy this book from the first chapter, which features an eccentric funeral. Uncle Miles had decreed that there was to be no black at his funeral, and so all 4 of his ex wives showed up wearing incredibly bright clothes, and yet his niece Laurie, and boyfriend Rob...

    Laurie has a comfortable life. She's living together with her boyfriend in the house she's inherited from her father. She has a steady job at a library and her life is safe and predictable, exactly the way she likes it. When her uncle Miles passes away he leaves her his most precious c...

    This is the first 'road trip' romance I've ever read, and I loved it from beginning to end. From the humorous opening funeral scene to the conclusion, this pacy story never lagged and kept me so riveted that I pulled an allnighter to read it! Jules Wake is going on my autobuy list from...

    Very enjoyable, and I loved Laurie as a character. I suppose I would have liked the story even better if I were into cars at all. As it is, the whole car stuff seemed pretty uninteresting to me and it spoiled the pleasure of reading a bit. Overall, though, it was a nice bit of escapism...

    Really, thoroughly enjoyed this book. It kept me guessing until the end and the writing flowed beautifully. I couldn't wait to get back to it each time I had to put my Kindle down. Laurie goes on an inner journey as well as her fab physical journey across Italy in a rare Ferrari and Ca...

    Couldn't put it down. What I didn't like about this book is that I've just spent most of three days sitting on the couch getting nothing done. Couldn't put it down! I loved taking a virtual tour across Europe with Laurie and Cam. ...

    chic lit at its best. fell in love with these two main characters straight away and spent the whole book willing them to get together. id forgotten how much I love a good chic lit book. easy but totally enjoyable read. ...

    DNF at 35% ...

    Enjoyable romance. Outcome is obvious from the start, but a pleasant read. ...

    A lovely little romantic road trip. A bit predictable maybe but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Uncle Miles has died and now Laurie has been left his classic Ferrari, there's just one proviso - she has to travel across Europe to take the car back to it's birthplace in Maranello. Not only that but Miles has preset the meandering route through France and Switzerland in to Italy and...

    Thoroughly enjoyed this story ? a light, romantic read but with super-great ingredients. It begins at the funeral of eccentric uncle Miles ? and mousy Laurie along with ghastly boyfriend Robert are the only ones not in leather cat suits, fuschia or fascinators: against Miles?s ...

    You know, I couldn't wait to start reading this book, I had a very overwhelming feeling when I pressed the "Request" button that I'm really going to like it, that it's going to be a story that will have me hooked and I won't want to put it away. Don't know why, just had this feeling, a...

    I enjoyed this book immensely. I did struggle getting into this book in the beginning, but once I hit my stride I couldn?t put the book down. The characters were well written for the most part. I felt for and root for Laurie and loved her journey for self-discovery. Cam was messy and...

    Simply brilliant What a fantastic story. The descriptions of all the places they drove through were so well described that you can imagine actually being there. Loved the way the characters all evolved and the way you thought it was going one way and then turned out completely diffe...

    Road trip Well worth the read. Laurie finds herself on a road trip with luscious Cam, driving a Ferrari worth millions. Likeable characters, though for a while Cam was suspect. Such a good time and a good ending. ...

    super cute ...

    So Much Fun! I loved this book! It was a bit predictable, but it also had some really enjoyable twists. Perfect light girly read. I loved it, but I guess I already said that ? ...

    Comical Lovely summer reading, thoroughly enjoyed this book. Looking forward to reading another one of Jules Wake on my next holiday in March. ...

    A lovely romp! ...

    I loved this book. Especially the travel and details about where Laurie and Cam went. Jules Wake is now added to my author list to read all of her books. ...

    This was ok, but I wasn?t a massive fan of any of the characters. ...

    Great escapist read for sitting in the sunshine with on a Bank Holiday weekend. ...

  • Kirstie
    Jan 21, 2016

    For the rip roaring ride and literary locations - : Booktrail of From Italy with Love A trail in a car leaving from the channel tunnel and then going all the way across France, Switzerland and finally to Italy seems like a great way to travel. Having a preplanned journey with t...

    I found this book completely charming. Having never read a road-trip book before I was a little cautious, but it had such good reviews and the cover is so scrumptious that I couldn?t resist. I?m so glad I dived in, because once I started reading, I couldn?t put it down. Along w...

    This was one of the stupidest books I have ever read. How could ?Covent Garden in the Snow? be so good and this one so bad? I have no idea why I finished reading it. I should have chucked it out the window. ...

    3.5 stars From Italy With Love is your predictable romance story. What does make this one slightly different though is the fabulous descriptions of the surrounding scenery and a wonderful classic car. I have to say reading of Cam and Laurie as they make their way to Italy really ...

    Original review on The Fictional Reader Review When I requested this book from Netgalley, I did so because I liked the synopsis and it had been a while since I had read a adult romance. I hadn?t heard of the author before, and I ?for some reason? was not expecting great thi...

    This book is an absolute delight, a perfect piece of summer escapism full of the delights of classic cars and European road trips, complete with wine and a very handsome co-driver. Laurie?s life has been one of duty ever since her parents divorced and she stayed with her father. Much...

    I knew I was going to enjoy this book from the first chapter, which features an eccentric funeral. Uncle Miles had decreed that there was to be no black at his funeral, and so all 4 of his ex wives showed up wearing incredibly bright clothes, and yet his niece Laurie, and boyfriend Rob...

    Laurie has a comfortable life. She's living together with her boyfriend in the house she's inherited from her father. She has a steady job at a library and her life is safe and predictable, exactly the way she likes it. When her uncle Miles passes away he leaves her his most precious c...

    This is the first 'road trip' romance I've ever read, and I loved it from beginning to end. From the humorous opening funeral scene to the conclusion, this pacy story never lagged and kept me so riveted that I pulled an allnighter to read it! Jules Wake is going on my autobuy list from...

    Very enjoyable, and I loved Laurie as a character. I suppose I would have liked the story even better if I were into cars at all. As it is, the whole car stuff seemed pretty uninteresting to me and it spoiled the pleasure of reading a bit. Overall, though, it was a nice bit of escapism...

    Really, thoroughly enjoyed this book. It kept me guessing until the end and the writing flowed beautifully. I couldn't wait to get back to it each time I had to put my Kindle down. Laurie goes on an inner journey as well as her fab physical journey across Italy in a rare Ferrari and Ca...

    Couldn't put it down. What I didn't like about this book is that I've just spent most of three days sitting on the couch getting nothing done. Couldn't put it down! I loved taking a virtual tour across Europe with Laurie and Cam. ...

    chic lit at its best. fell in love with these two main characters straight away and spent the whole book willing them to get together. id forgotten how much I love a good chic lit book. easy but totally enjoyable read. ...

    DNF at 35% ...

    Enjoyable romance. Outcome is obvious from the start, but a pleasant read. ...

    A lovely little romantic road trip. A bit predictable maybe but still an enjoyable read. ...

  • Eve Devon
    Aug 03, 2015

    For the rip roaring ride and literary locations - : Booktrail of From Italy with Love A trail in a car leaving from the channel tunnel and then going all the way across France, Switzerland and finally to Italy seems like a great way to travel. Having a preplanned journey with t...

    I found this book completely charming. Having never read a road-trip book before I was a little cautious, but it had such good reviews and the cover is so scrumptious that I couldn?t resist. I?m so glad I dived in, because once I started reading, I couldn?t put it down. Along w...

  • Jolien
    May 08, 2015

    For the rip roaring ride and literary locations - : Booktrail of From Italy with Love A trail in a car leaving from the channel tunnel and then going all the way across France, Switzerland and finally to Italy seems like a great way to travel. Having a preplanned journey with t...

    I found this book completely charming. Having never read a road-trip book before I was a little cautious, but it had such good reviews and the cover is so scrumptious that I couldn?t resist. I?m so glad I dived in, because once I started reading, I couldn?t put it down. Along w...

    This was one of the stupidest books I have ever read. How could ?Covent Garden in the Snow? be so good and this one so bad? I have no idea why I finished reading it. I should have chucked it out the window. ...

    3.5 stars From Italy With Love is your predictable romance story. What does make this one slightly different though is the fabulous descriptions of the surrounding scenery and a wonderful classic car. I have to say reading of Cam and Laurie as they make their way to Italy really ...

    Original review on The Fictional Reader Review When I requested this book from Netgalley, I did so because I liked the synopsis and it had been a while since I had read a adult romance. I hadn?t heard of the author before, and I ?for some reason? was not expecting great thi...

  • Thebooktrail
    May 29, 2015

    For the rip roaring ride and literary locations - : Booktrail of From Italy with Love A trail in a car leaving from the channel tunnel and then going all the way across France, Switzerland and finally to Italy seems like a great way to travel. Having a preplanned journey with t...

  • Sarah
    Nov 02, 2015

    For the rip roaring ride and literary locations - : Booktrail of From Italy with Love A trail in a car leaving from the channel tunnel and then going all the way across France, Switzerland and finally to Italy seems like a great way to travel. Having a preplanned journey with t...

    I found this book completely charming. Having never read a road-trip book before I was a little cautious, but it had such good reviews and the cover is so scrumptious that I couldn?t resist. I?m so glad I dived in, because once I started reading, I couldn?t put it down. Along w...

    This was one of the stupidest books I have ever read. How could ?Covent Garden in the Snow? be so good and this one so bad? I have no idea why I finished reading it. I should have chucked it out the window. ...

    3.5 stars From Italy With Love is your predictable romance story. What does make this one slightly different though is the fabulous descriptions of the surrounding scenery and a wonderful classic car. I have to say reading of Cam and Laurie as they make their way to Italy really ...

  • Suze Lavender
    May 28, 2015

    For the rip roaring ride and literary locations - : Booktrail of From Italy with Love A trail in a car leaving from the channel tunnel and then going all the way across France, Switzerland and finally to Italy seems like a great way to travel. Having a preplanned journey with t...

    I found this book completely charming. Having never read a road-trip book before I was a little cautious, but it had such good reviews and the cover is so scrumptious that I couldn?t resist. I?m so glad I dived in, because once I started reading, I couldn?t put it down. Along w...

    This was one of the stupidest books I have ever read. How could ?Covent Garden in the Snow? be so good and this one so bad? I have no idea why I finished reading it. I should have chucked it out the window. ...

    3.5 stars From Italy With Love is your predictable romance story. What does make this one slightly different though is the fabulous descriptions of the surrounding scenery and a wonderful classic car. I have to say reading of Cam and Laurie as they make their way to Italy really ...

    Original review on The Fictional Reader Review When I requested this book from Netgalley, I did so because I liked the synopsis and it had been a while since I had read a adult romance. I hadn?t heard of the author before, and I ?for some reason? was not expecting great thi...

    This book is an absolute delight, a perfect piece of summer escapism full of the delights of classic cars and European road trips, complete with wine and a very handsome co-driver. Laurie?s life has been one of duty ever since her parents divorced and she stayed with her father. Much...

    I knew I was going to enjoy this book from the first chapter, which features an eccentric funeral. Uncle Miles had decreed that there was to be no black at his funeral, and so all 4 of his ex wives showed up wearing incredibly bright clothes, and yet his niece Laurie, and boyfriend Rob...

    Laurie has a comfortable life. She's living together with her boyfriend in the house she's inherited from her father. She has a steady job at a library and her life is safe and predictable, exactly the way she likes it. When her uncle Miles passes away he leaves her his most precious c...

  • Jackie Groshart
    Aug 30, 2017

    For the rip roaring ride and literary locations - : Booktrail of From Italy with Love A trail in a car leaving from the channel tunnel and then going all the way across France, Switzerland and finally to Italy seems like a great way to travel. Having a preplanned journey with t...

    I found this book completely charming. Having never read a road-trip book before I was a little cautious, but it had such good reviews and the cover is so scrumptious that I couldn?t resist. I?m so glad I dived in, because once I started reading, I couldn?t put it down. Along w...

    This was one of the stupidest books I have ever read. How could ?Covent Garden in the Snow? be so good and this one so bad? I have no idea why I finished reading it. I should have chucked it out the window. ...

    3.5 stars From Italy With Love is your predictable romance story. What does make this one slightly different though is the fabulous descriptions of the surrounding scenery and a wonderful classic car. I have to say reading of Cam and Laurie as they make their way to Italy really ...

    Original review on The Fictional Reader Review When I requested this book from Netgalley, I did so because I liked the synopsis and it had been a while since I had read a adult romance. I hadn?t heard of the author before, and I ?for some reason? was not expecting great thi...

    This book is an absolute delight, a perfect piece of summer escapism full of the delights of classic cars and European road trips, complete with wine and a very handsome co-driver. Laurie?s life has been one of duty ever since her parents divorced and she stayed with her father. Much...

    I knew I was going to enjoy this book from the first chapter, which features an eccentric funeral. Uncle Miles had decreed that there was to be no black at his funeral, and so all 4 of his ex wives showed up wearing incredibly bright clothes, and yet his niece Laurie, and boyfriend Rob...

    Laurie has a comfortable life. She's living together with her boyfriend in the house she's inherited from her father. She has a steady job at a library and her life is safe and predictable, exactly the way she likes it. When her uncle Miles passes away he leaves her his most precious c...

    This is the first 'road trip' romance I've ever read, and I loved it from beginning to end. From the humorous opening funeral scene to the conclusion, this pacy story never lagged and kept me so riveted that I pulled an allnighter to read it! Jules Wake is going on my autobuy list from...

    Very enjoyable, and I loved Laurie as a character. I suppose I would have liked the story even better if I were into cars at all. As it is, the whole car stuff seemed pretty uninteresting to me and it spoiled the pleasure of reading a bit. Overall, though, it was a nice bit of escapism...

    Really, thoroughly enjoyed this book. It kept me guessing until the end and the writing flowed beautifully. I couldn't wait to get back to it each time I had to put my Kindle down. Laurie goes on an inner journey as well as her fab physical journey across Italy in a rare Ferrari and Ca...

    Couldn't put it down. What I didn't like about this book is that I've just spent most of three days sitting on the couch getting nothing done. Couldn't put it down! I loved taking a virtual tour across Europe with Laurie and Cam. ...

    chic lit at its best. fell in love with these two main characters straight away and spent the whole book willing them to get together. id forgotten how much I love a good chic lit book. easy but totally enjoyable read. ...

    DNF at 35% ...

    Enjoyable romance. Outcome is obvious from the start, but a pleasant read. ...

    A lovely little romantic road trip. A bit predictable maybe but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Uncle Miles has died and now Laurie has been left his classic Ferrari, there's just one proviso - she has to travel across Europe to take the car back to it's birthplace in Maranello. Not only that but Miles has preset the meandering route through France and Switzerland in to Italy and...

    Thoroughly enjoyed this story ? a light, romantic read but with super-great ingredients. It begins at the funeral of eccentric uncle Miles ? and mousy Laurie along with ghastly boyfriend Robert are the only ones not in leather cat suits, fuschia or fascinators: against Miles?s ...

    You know, I couldn't wait to start reading this book, I had a very overwhelming feeling when I pressed the "Request" button that I'm really going to like it, that it's going to be a story that will have me hooked and I won't want to put it away. Don't know why, just had this feeling, a...

    I enjoyed this book immensely. I did struggle getting into this book in the beginning, but once I hit my stride I couldn?t put the book down. The characters were well written for the most part. I felt for and root for Laurie and loved her journey for self-discovery. Cam was messy and...

    Simply brilliant What a fantastic story. The descriptions of all the places they drove through were so well described that you can imagine actually being there. Loved the way the characters all evolved and the way you thought it was going one way and then turned out completely diffe...

    Road trip Well worth the read. Laurie finds herself on a road trip with luscious Cam, driving a Ferrari worth millions. Likeable characters, though for a while Cam was suspect. Such a good time and a good ending. ...

    super cute ...

    So Much Fun! I loved this book! It was a bit predictable, but it also had some really enjoyable twists. Perfect light girly read. I loved it, but I guess I already said that ? ...

  • Book Gannet
    May 11, 2015

    For the rip roaring ride and literary locations - : Booktrail of From Italy with Love A trail in a car leaving from the channel tunnel and then going all the way across France, Switzerland and finally to Italy seems like a great way to travel. Having a preplanned journey with t...

    I found this book completely charming. Having never read a road-trip book before I was a little cautious, but it had such good reviews and the cover is so scrumptious that I couldn?t resist. I?m so glad I dived in, because once I started reading, I couldn?t put it down. Along w...

    This was one of the stupidest books I have ever read. How could ?Covent Garden in the Snow? be so good and this one so bad? I have no idea why I finished reading it. I should have chucked it out the window. ...

    3.5 stars From Italy With Love is your predictable romance story. What does make this one slightly different though is the fabulous descriptions of the surrounding scenery and a wonderful classic car. I have to say reading of Cam and Laurie as they make their way to Italy really ...

    Original review on The Fictional Reader Review When I requested this book from Netgalley, I did so because I liked the synopsis and it had been a while since I had read a adult romance. I hadn?t heard of the author before, and I ?for some reason? was not expecting great thi...

    This book is an absolute delight, a perfect piece of summer escapism full of the delights of classic cars and European road trips, complete with wine and a very handsome co-driver. Laurie?s life has been one of duty ever since her parents divorced and she stayed with her father. Much...

  • Mrs J Whatley
    Feb 01, 2017

    For the rip roaring ride and literary locations - : Booktrail of From Italy with Love A trail in a car leaving from the channel tunnel and then going all the way across France, Switzerland and finally to Italy seems like a great way to travel. Having a preplanned journey with t...

    I found this book completely charming. Having never read a road-trip book before I was a little cautious, but it had such good reviews and the cover is so scrumptious that I couldn?t resist. I?m so glad I dived in, because once I started reading, I couldn?t put it down. Along w...

    This was one of the stupidest books I have ever read. How could ?Covent Garden in the Snow? be so good and this one so bad? I have no idea why I finished reading it. I should have chucked it out the window. ...

    3.5 stars From Italy With Love is your predictable romance story. What does make this one slightly different though is the fabulous descriptions of the surrounding scenery and a wonderful classic car. I have to say reading of Cam and Laurie as they make their way to Italy really ...

    Original review on The Fictional Reader Review When I requested this book from Netgalley, I did so because I liked the synopsis and it had been a while since I had read a adult romance. I hadn?t heard of the author before, and I ?for some reason? was not expecting great thi...

    This book is an absolute delight, a perfect piece of summer escapism full of the delights of classic cars and European road trips, complete with wine and a very handsome co-driver. Laurie?s life has been one of duty ever since her parents divorced and she stayed with her father. Much...

    I knew I was going to enjoy this book from the first chapter, which features an eccentric funeral. Uncle Miles had decreed that there was to be no black at his funeral, and so all 4 of his ex wives showed up wearing incredibly bright clothes, and yet his niece Laurie, and boyfriend Rob...

    Laurie has a comfortable life. She's living together with her boyfriend in the house she's inherited from her father. She has a steady job at a library and her life is safe and predictable, exactly the way she likes it. When her uncle Miles passes away he leaves her his most precious c...

    This is the first 'road trip' romance I've ever read, and I loved it from beginning to end. From the humorous opening funeral scene to the conclusion, this pacy story never lagged and kept me so riveted that I pulled an allnighter to read it! Jules Wake is going on my autobuy list from...

    Very enjoyable, and I loved Laurie as a character. I suppose I would have liked the story even better if I were into cars at all. As it is, the whole car stuff seemed pretty uninteresting to me and it spoiled the pleasure of reading a bit. Overall, though, it was a nice bit of escapism...

    Really, thoroughly enjoyed this book. It kept me guessing until the end and the writing flowed beautifully. I couldn't wait to get back to it each time I had to put my Kindle down. Laurie goes on an inner journey as well as her fab physical journey across Italy in a rare Ferrari and Ca...

    Couldn't put it down. What I didn't like about this book is that I've just spent most of three days sitting on the couch getting nothing done. Couldn't put it down! I loved taking a virtual tour across Europe with Laurie and Cam. ...

    chic lit at its best. fell in love with these two main characters straight away and spent the whole book willing them to get together. id forgotten how much I love a good chic lit book. easy but totally enjoyable read. ...

    DNF at 35% ...

    Enjoyable romance. Outcome is obvious from the start, but a pleasant read. ...

    A lovely little romantic road trip. A bit predictable maybe but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Uncle Miles has died and now Laurie has been left his classic Ferrari, there's just one proviso - she has to travel across Europe to take the car back to it's birthplace in Maranello. Not only that but Miles has preset the meandering route through France and Switzerland in to Italy and...

    Thoroughly enjoyed this story ? a light, romantic read but with super-great ingredients. It begins at the funeral of eccentric uncle Miles ? and mousy Laurie along with ghastly boyfriend Robert are the only ones not in leather cat suits, fuschia or fascinators: against Miles?s ...

    You know, I couldn't wait to start reading this book, I had a very overwhelming feeling when I pressed the "Request" button that I'm really going to like it, that it's going to be a story that will have me hooked and I won't want to put it away. Don't know why, just had this feeling, a...

    I enjoyed this book immensely. I did struggle getting into this book in the beginning, but once I hit my stride I couldn?t put the book down. The characters were well written for the most part. I felt for and root for Laurie and loved her journey for self-discovery. Cam was messy and...

    Simply brilliant What a fantastic story. The descriptions of all the places they drove through were so well described that you can imagine actually being there. Loved the way the characters all evolved and the way you thought it was going one way and then turned out completely diffe...

    Road trip Well worth the read. Laurie finds herself on a road trip with luscious Cam, driving a Ferrari worth millions. Likeable characters, though for a while Cam was suspect. Such a good time and a good ending. ...

    super cute ...

    So Much Fun! I loved this book! It was a bit predictable, but it also had some really enjoyable twists. Perfect light girly read. I loved it, but I guess I already said that ? ...

    Comical Lovely summer reading, thoroughly enjoyed this book. Looking forward to reading another one of Jules Wake on my next holiday in March. ...

  • Lemontart
    Mar 04, 2016

    For the rip roaring ride and literary locations - : Booktrail of From Italy with Love A trail in a car leaving from the channel tunnel and then going all the way across France, Switzerland and finally to Italy seems like a great way to travel. Having a preplanned journey with t...

    I found this book completely charming. Having never read a road-trip book before I was a little cautious, but it had such good reviews and the cover is so scrumptious that I couldn?t resist. I?m so glad I dived in, because once I started reading, I couldn?t put it down. Along w...

    This was one of the stupidest books I have ever read. How could ?Covent Garden in the Snow? be so good and this one so bad? I have no idea why I finished reading it. I should have chucked it out the window. ...

    3.5 stars From Italy With Love is your predictable romance story. What does make this one slightly different though is the fabulous descriptions of the surrounding scenery and a wonderful classic car. I have to say reading of Cam and Laurie as they make their way to Italy really ...

    Original review on The Fictional Reader Review When I requested this book from Netgalley, I did so because I liked the synopsis and it had been a while since I had read a adult romance. I hadn?t heard of the author before, and I ?for some reason? was not expecting great thi...

    This book is an absolute delight, a perfect piece of summer escapism full of the delights of classic cars and European road trips, complete with wine and a very handsome co-driver. Laurie?s life has been one of duty ever since her parents divorced and she stayed with her father. Much...

    I knew I was going to enjoy this book from the first chapter, which features an eccentric funeral. Uncle Miles had decreed that there was to be no black at his funeral, and so all 4 of his ex wives showed up wearing incredibly bright clothes, and yet his niece Laurie, and boyfriend Rob...

    Laurie has a comfortable life. She's living together with her boyfriend in the house she's inherited from her father. She has a steady job at a library and her life is safe and predictable, exactly the way she likes it. When her uncle Miles passes away he leaves her his most precious c...

    This is the first 'road trip' romance I've ever read, and I loved it from beginning to end. From the humorous opening funeral scene to the conclusion, this pacy story never lagged and kept me so riveted that I pulled an allnighter to read it! Jules Wake is going on my autobuy list from...

    Very enjoyable, and I loved Laurie as a character. I suppose I would have liked the story even better if I were into cars at all. As it is, the whole car stuff seemed pretty uninteresting to me and it spoiled the pleasure of reading a bit. Overall, though, it was a nice bit of escapism...

    Really, thoroughly enjoyed this book. It kept me guessing until the end and the writing flowed beautifully. I couldn't wait to get back to it each time I had to put my Kindle down. Laurie goes on an inner journey as well as her fab physical journey across Italy in a rare Ferrari and Ca...

    Couldn't put it down. What I didn't like about this book is that I've just spent most of three days sitting on the couch getting nothing done. Couldn't put it down! I loved taking a virtual tour across Europe with Laurie and Cam. ...

    chic lit at its best. fell in love with these two main characters straight away and spent the whole book willing them to get together. id forgotten how much I love a good chic lit book. easy but totally enjoyable read. ...

    DNF at 35% ...

    Enjoyable romance. Outcome is obvious from the start, but a pleasant read. ...

  • Johanna Shirley
    Oct 11, 2016

    For the rip roaring ride and literary locations - : Booktrail of From Italy with Love A trail in a car leaving from the channel tunnel and then going all the way across France, Switzerland and finally to Italy seems like a great way to travel. Having a preplanned journey with t...

    I found this book completely charming. Having never read a road-trip book before I was a little cautious, but it had such good reviews and the cover is so scrumptious that I couldn?t resist. I?m so glad I dived in, because once I started reading, I couldn?t put it down. Along w...

    This was one of the stupidest books I have ever read. How could ?Covent Garden in the Snow? be so good and this one so bad? I have no idea why I finished reading it. I should have chucked it out the window. ...

    3.5 stars From Italy With Love is your predictable romance story. What does make this one slightly different though is the fabulous descriptions of the surrounding scenery and a wonderful classic car. I have to say reading of Cam and Laurie as they make their way to Italy really ...

    Original review on The Fictional Reader Review When I requested this book from Netgalley, I did so because I liked the synopsis and it had been a while since I had read a adult romance. I hadn?t heard of the author before, and I ?for some reason? was not expecting great thi...

    This book is an absolute delight, a perfect piece of summer escapism full of the delights of classic cars and European road trips, complete with wine and a very handsome co-driver. Laurie?s life has been one of duty ever since her parents divorced and she stayed with her father. Much...

    I knew I was going to enjoy this book from the first chapter, which features an eccentric funeral. Uncle Miles had decreed that there was to be no black at his funeral, and so all 4 of his ex wives showed up wearing incredibly bright clothes, and yet his niece Laurie, and boyfriend Rob...

    Laurie has a comfortable life. She's living together with her boyfriend in the house she's inherited from her father. She has a steady job at a library and her life is safe and predictable, exactly the way she likes it. When her uncle Miles passes away he leaves her his most precious c...

    This is the first 'road trip' romance I've ever read, and I loved it from beginning to end. From the humorous opening funeral scene to the conclusion, this pacy story never lagged and kept me so riveted that I pulled an allnighter to read it! Jules Wake is going on my autobuy list from...

    Very enjoyable, and I loved Laurie as a character. I suppose I would have liked the story even better if I were into cars at all. As it is, the whole car stuff seemed pretty uninteresting to me and it spoiled the pleasure of reading a bit. Overall, though, it was a nice bit of escapism...

    Really, thoroughly enjoyed this book. It kept me guessing until the end and the writing flowed beautifully. I couldn't wait to get back to it each time I had to put my Kindle down. Laurie goes on an inner journey as well as her fab physical journey across Italy in a rare Ferrari and Ca...

    Couldn't put it down. What I didn't like about this book is that I've just spent most of three days sitting on the couch getting nothing done. Couldn't put it down! I loved taking a virtual tour across Europe with Laurie and Cam. ...

  • Kim Humphrey
    Feb 11, 2019

    For the rip roaring ride and literary locations - : Booktrail of From Italy with Love A trail in a car leaving from the channel tunnel and then going all the way across France, Switzerland and finally to Italy seems like a great way to travel. Having a preplanned journey with t...

    I found this book completely charming. Having never read a road-trip book before I was a little cautious, but it had such good reviews and the cover is so scrumptious that I couldn?t resist. I?m so glad I dived in, because once I started reading, I couldn?t put it down. Along w...

    This was one of the stupidest books I have ever read. How could ?Covent Garden in the Snow? be so good and this one so bad? I have no idea why I finished reading it. I should have chucked it out the window. ...

    3.5 stars From Italy With Love is your predictable romance story. What does make this one slightly different though is the fabulous descriptions of the surrounding scenery and a wonderful classic car. I have to say reading of Cam and Laurie as they make their way to Italy really ...

    Original review on The Fictional Reader Review When I requested this book from Netgalley, I did so because I liked the synopsis and it had been a while since I had read a adult romance. I hadn?t heard of the author before, and I ?for some reason? was not expecting great thi...

    This book is an absolute delight, a perfect piece of summer escapism full of the delights of classic cars and European road trips, complete with wine and a very handsome co-driver. Laurie?s life has been one of duty ever since her parents divorced and she stayed with her father. Much...

    I knew I was going to enjoy this book from the first chapter, which features an eccentric funeral. Uncle Miles had decreed that there was to be no black at his funeral, and so all 4 of his ex wives showed up wearing incredibly bright clothes, and yet his niece Laurie, and boyfriend Rob...

    Laurie has a comfortable life. She's living together with her boyfriend in the house she's inherited from her father. She has a steady job at a library and her life is safe and predictable, exactly the way she likes it. When her uncle Miles passes away he leaves her his most precious c...

    This is the first 'road trip' romance I've ever read, and I loved it from beginning to end. From the humorous opening funeral scene to the conclusion, this pacy story never lagged and kept me so riveted that I pulled an allnighter to read it! Jules Wake is going on my autobuy list from...

    Very enjoyable, and I loved Laurie as a character. I suppose I would have liked the story even better if I were into cars at all. As it is, the whole car stuff seemed pretty uninteresting to me and it spoiled the pleasure of reading a bit. Overall, though, it was a nice bit of escapism...

    Really, thoroughly enjoyed this book. It kept me guessing until the end and the writing flowed beautifully. I couldn't wait to get back to it each time I had to put my Kindle down. Laurie goes on an inner journey as well as her fab physical journey across Italy in a rare Ferrari and Ca...

    Couldn't put it down. What I didn't like about this book is that I've just spent most of three days sitting on the couch getting nothing done. Couldn't put it down! I loved taking a virtual tour across Europe with Laurie and Cam. ...

    chic lit at its best. fell in love with these two main characters straight away and spent the whole book willing them to get together. id forgotten how much I love a good chic lit book. easy but totally enjoyable read. ...

    DNF at 35% ...

    Enjoyable romance. Outcome is obvious from the start, but a pleasant read. ...

    A lovely little romantic road trip. A bit predictable maybe but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Uncle Miles has died and now Laurie has been left his classic Ferrari, there's just one proviso - she has to travel across Europe to take the car back to it's birthplace in Maranello. Not only that but Miles has preset the meandering route through France and Switzerland in to Italy and...

    Thoroughly enjoyed this story ? a light, romantic read but with super-great ingredients. It begins at the funeral of eccentric uncle Miles ? and mousy Laurie along with ghastly boyfriend Robert are the only ones not in leather cat suits, fuschia or fascinators: against Miles?s ...

    You know, I couldn't wait to start reading this book, I had a very overwhelming feeling when I pressed the "Request" button that I'm really going to like it, that it's going to be a story that will have me hooked and I won't want to put it away. Don't know why, just had this feeling, a...

    I enjoyed this book immensely. I did struggle getting into this book in the beginning, but once I hit my stride I couldn?t put the book down. The characters were well written for the most part. I felt for and root for Laurie and loved her journey for self-discovery. Cam was messy and...

    Simply brilliant What a fantastic story. The descriptions of all the places they drove through were so well described that you can imagine actually being there. Loved the way the characters all evolved and the way you thought it was going one way and then turned out completely diffe...

    Road trip Well worth the read. Laurie finds herself on a road trip with luscious Cam, driving a Ferrari worth millions. Likeable characters, though for a while Cam was suspect. Such a good time and a good ending. ...

  • MRS CHRISTINE  SITTON
    Dec 20, 2017

    For the rip roaring ride and literary locations - : Booktrail of From Italy with Love A trail in a car leaving from the channel tunnel and then going all the way across France, Switzerland and finally to Italy seems like a great way to travel. Having a preplanned journey with t...

    I found this book completely charming. Having never read a road-trip book before I was a little cautious, but it had such good reviews and the cover is so scrumptious that I couldn?t resist. I?m so glad I dived in, because once I started reading, I couldn?t put it down. Along w...

    This was one of the stupidest books I have ever read. How could ?Covent Garden in the Snow? be so good and this one so bad? I have no idea why I finished reading it. I should have chucked it out the window. ...

    3.5 stars From Italy With Love is your predictable romance story. What does make this one slightly different though is the fabulous descriptions of the surrounding scenery and a wonderful classic car. I have to say reading of Cam and Laurie as they make their way to Italy really ...

    Original review on The Fictional Reader Review When I requested this book from Netgalley, I did so because I liked the synopsis and it had been a while since I had read a adult romance. I hadn?t heard of the author before, and I ?for some reason? was not expecting great thi...

    This book is an absolute delight, a perfect piece of summer escapism full of the delights of classic cars and European road trips, complete with wine and a very handsome co-driver. Laurie?s life has been one of duty ever since her parents divorced and she stayed with her father. Much...

    I knew I was going to enjoy this book from the first chapter, which features an eccentric funeral. Uncle Miles had decreed that there was to be no black at his funeral, and so all 4 of his ex wives showed up wearing incredibly bright clothes, and yet his niece Laurie, and boyfriend Rob...

    Laurie has a comfortable life. She's living together with her boyfriend in the house she's inherited from her father. She has a steady job at a library and her life is safe and predictable, exactly the way she likes it. When her uncle Miles passes away he leaves her his most precious c...

    This is the first 'road trip' romance I've ever read, and I loved it from beginning to end. From the humorous opening funeral scene to the conclusion, this pacy story never lagged and kept me so riveted that I pulled an allnighter to read it! Jules Wake is going on my autobuy list from...

    Very enjoyable, and I loved Laurie as a character. I suppose I would have liked the story even better if I were into cars at all. As it is, the whole car stuff seemed pretty uninteresting to me and it spoiled the pleasure of reading a bit. Overall, though, it was a nice bit of escapism...

    Really, thoroughly enjoyed this book. It kept me guessing until the end and the writing flowed beautifully. I couldn't wait to get back to it each time I had to put my Kindle down. Laurie goes on an inner journey as well as her fab physical journey across Italy in a rare Ferrari and Ca...

    Couldn't put it down. What I didn't like about this book is that I've just spent most of three days sitting on the couch getting nothing done. Couldn't put it down! I loved taking a virtual tour across Europe with Laurie and Cam. ...

    chic lit at its best. fell in love with these two main characters straight away and spent the whole book willing them to get together. id forgotten how much I love a good chic lit book. easy but totally enjoyable read. ...

    DNF at 35% ...

    Enjoyable romance. Outcome is obvious from the start, but a pleasant read. ...

    A lovely little romantic road trip. A bit predictable maybe but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Uncle Miles has died and now Laurie has been left his classic Ferrari, there's just one proviso - she has to travel across Europe to take the car back to it's birthplace in Maranello. Not only that but Miles has preset the meandering route through France and Switzerland in to Italy and...

    Thoroughly enjoyed this story ? a light, romantic read but with super-great ingredients. It begins at the funeral of eccentric uncle Miles ? and mousy Laurie along with ghastly boyfriend Robert are the only ones not in leather cat suits, fuschia or fascinators: against Miles?s ...

    You know, I couldn't wait to start reading this book, I had a very overwhelming feeling when I pressed the "Request" button that I'm really going to like it, that it's going to be a story that will have me hooked and I won't want to put it away. Don't know why, just had this feeling, a...

    I enjoyed this book immensely. I did struggle getting into this book in the beginning, but once I hit my stride I couldn?t put the book down. The characters were well written for the most part. I felt for and root for Laurie and loved her journey for self-discovery. Cam was messy and...

    Simply brilliant What a fantastic story. The descriptions of all the places they drove through were so well described that you can imagine actually being there. Loved the way the characters all evolved and the way you thought it was going one way and then turned out completely diffe...

  • Marjorie
    Feb 19, 2018

    For the rip roaring ride and literary locations - : Booktrail of From Italy with Love A trail in a car leaving from the channel tunnel and then going all the way across France, Switzerland and finally to Italy seems like a great way to travel. Having a preplanned journey with t...

    I found this book completely charming. Having never read a road-trip book before I was a little cautious, but it had such good reviews and the cover is so scrumptious that I couldn?t resist. I?m so glad I dived in, because once I started reading, I couldn?t put it down. Along w...

    This was one of the stupidest books I have ever read. How could ?Covent Garden in the Snow? be so good and this one so bad? I have no idea why I finished reading it. I should have chucked it out the window. ...

    3.5 stars From Italy With Love is your predictable romance story. What does make this one slightly different though is the fabulous descriptions of the surrounding scenery and a wonderful classic car. I have to say reading of Cam and Laurie as they make their way to Italy really ...

    Original review on The Fictional Reader Review When I requested this book from Netgalley, I did so because I liked the synopsis and it had been a while since I had read a adult romance. I hadn?t heard of the author before, and I ?for some reason? was not expecting great thi...

    This book is an absolute delight, a perfect piece of summer escapism full of the delights of classic cars and European road trips, complete with wine and a very handsome co-driver. Laurie?s life has been one of duty ever since her parents divorced and she stayed with her father. Much...

    I knew I was going to enjoy this book from the first chapter, which features an eccentric funeral. Uncle Miles had decreed that there was to be no black at his funeral, and so all 4 of his ex wives showed up wearing incredibly bright clothes, and yet his niece Laurie, and boyfriend Rob...

    Laurie has a comfortable life. She's living together with her boyfriend in the house she's inherited from her father. She has a steady job at a library and her life is safe and predictable, exactly the way she likes it. When her uncle Miles passes away he leaves her his most precious c...

    This is the first 'road trip' romance I've ever read, and I loved it from beginning to end. From the humorous opening funeral scene to the conclusion, this pacy story never lagged and kept me so riveted that I pulled an allnighter to read it! Jules Wake is going on my autobuy list from...

    Very enjoyable, and I loved Laurie as a character. I suppose I would have liked the story even better if I were into cars at all. As it is, the whole car stuff seemed pretty uninteresting to me and it spoiled the pleasure of reading a bit. Overall, though, it was a nice bit of escapism...

    Really, thoroughly enjoyed this book. It kept me guessing until the end and the writing flowed beautifully. I couldn't wait to get back to it each time I had to put my Kindle down. Laurie goes on an inner journey as well as her fab physical journey across Italy in a rare Ferrari and Ca...

    Couldn't put it down. What I didn't like about this book is that I've just spent most of three days sitting on the couch getting nothing done. Couldn't put it down! I loved taking a virtual tour across Europe with Laurie and Cam. ...

    chic lit at its best. fell in love with these two main characters straight away and spent the whole book willing them to get together. id forgotten how much I love a good chic lit book. easy but totally enjoyable read. ...

    DNF at 35% ...

    Enjoyable romance. Outcome is obvious from the start, but a pleasant read. ...

    A lovely little romantic road trip. A bit predictable maybe but still an enjoyable read. ...

    Uncle Miles has died and now Laurie has been left his classic Ferrari, there's just one proviso - she has to travel across Europe to take the car back to it's birthplace in Maranello. Not only that but Miles has preset the meandering route through France and Switzerland in to Italy and...