Rome is where the heart is… The heartwarming read of the summer
Jo has had enough of handsome men. After a painful break-up, she’s decided she doesn’t believe in love.
Then, while on a professional trip to the magical city of Rome, she meets Corrado, a scientist and her brother-in-law to be, who doesn’t believe in love either. To him, it’s just a biochemical reaction. So what’s the problem?
Well, he’s gorgeous for a start, as well as charming, generous, intelligent and attentive, and she feels herself immediately falling for him, despite her new outlook.
The majesty of the Eternal City brings them ever closer together. But is their relationship doomed, or will love conquer all?
Heartbreaking and hilarious in equal measure, Dreaming of Rome is a joyous and uplifting read from TA Williams, perfect for fans of Holly Martin, Tilly Tennant and Jenny Oliver
Praise for T. A. Williams
'Such a beautiful read... You could taste the wonderful food, it was so vividly written' Blue Yonder
‘I absolutely loved this one. T.A. Williams is a favourite of mine and this might be one of his best books yet. The setting and characters were perfect and I can’t wait to reread this one again sometime soon’ 5 star rating – NetGalley Reviewer – Taryn Lawrence
‘T A never fails to please. His descriptions take you with him and his characters on their journey. I fell in love with them the scenery and the story. Just perfect’ 5 star rating – Author/Blogger review – Raven McAllan
'T.A. Williams has the ability to transport the reader to whatever part of the world he wants to take them to with the simplest of words ... another brilliant story’ 5 star rating – NetGalley Reviewer – Fiona Wilson
'I loved every page. Can't wait to read more by this author' The Cosiest Corner
'Could not put it down' Reader review
‘Wow! This is contemporary romance at its best! The writing is exquisite… and the plot is brilliantly clever, captivating, and delightful with a little bit of drama, love, loss, and of course romance’ WhatsBetterThanBooks
‘T. A. Williams has that gorgeous way of writing a feel good story … he’s absolutely backed up that men can write chick-lit’ Reviewed The Book