Prosecco and Promises
An uplifting novel of love, family and new directions
Meet Mia: an unforgettable heroine learning the meaning of life and love on a beautiful Italian island. Perfect for fans of Mhairi McFarlane, Lindsey Kelk and Lucy Vine.
Mia’s dad has always been her idol. Now, she faces losing him and he is insisting that she leave England to visit her mother’s family on the Italian island of Ischia.
Arriving on the island, Mia is embraced by the warm, crazy relatives she hardly knows. Despite her doubts about the trip, it is in Italy that Mia discovers connections to a part of her life that’s been missing, and during the sun-soaked days and steamy nights Mia falls for handsome local Salvatore. But as the day of her departure draws nearer can she risk having her heart broken twice in one summer?
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Praise for Prosecco and Promises
'OH MY WORD - what an emotional rollercoaster!' Reader review
'Life-affirming, heartfelt and emotional, this book is a giant bear hug with a great cast of supporting friends and family.' Metline Reader
'A gloriously splendid book... This book was exactly what I needed on a cold and frosty winters day' Reader review
'Before the first two chapters had ended there had already been giggles and real rolling-down-the cheek tears... a heart clenching tale which grabs your attention from the very first page and doesn't let you go until the last page is turned.' Blooming Fiction
'What a refreshingly beautiful novel... It was heartwarming and emotional all at once.' The Cosiest Corner
'An amazing tale of feeling loss and of finding yourself again... I cannot explain how much I adored this book. One of my favorites this year' Katherine's Book Universe
'This is a wonderful book... I loved everything about Prosecco and Promises.' That Thing She Reads
'A true voyage of love, loss and everything in between. An absolute pleasure to read' The Thumbed Page
‘Much more depth than a typical chick lit book. I enjoyed it so much I've bought the first and third books in this series’ Reader review