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  1. Vasilios
    April 16, 2010

    In one of the novel’s subplots, the relationship between Tiziana and Christopher is treated in a refreshingly innocent manner, unlike many ‘modern’ literary treatments reflecting real life relationships where sex is central and true love is peripheral. How the relationship evolves is given a sense of urgency when Tiz goes to Italy and so we have that added tension. The rewarding component is the process whereby two people try to understand the love one has for the other in the absence of spoken words.

  2. Laura Fabiani
    April 16, 2010

    Jessica, thank you so much for such a lovely review! It is very rewarding when a reader likes my story and the setting. I would also hop on a plane any time if it meant it would take me to Italy!
    In appreciation,
    Laura

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