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Saturday, March 9, 2019

Dreaming of Tuscany by T.A. Williams

This was ideal for me in between reads of psychological thrillers and murders and mayhem.

Bee was on a shoot when she was injured along with the main star in a freak accident on set. Left with scarring on her face and loss of all her hair she is off balance and undecided what to do next. An offer of a secluded villa in Tuscany for as long as she wants chaperoning the film star who was also injured looks ideal and spot on. The star in question is reserved and moody but Bee takes on the challenge.

In Tuscany the villa is idyllic, the setting amongst Tuscan forests far removed from the imagery of Tuscany promoted for the tourists and Bee settles in very well. There are very few inhabitants in this remote part of Tuscany except for a manager of the estate and a few others.

How friendship develops between the off hand star and Bee and how romance develops resulting in a complete change for Bee is this story. A light hearted fun read in a beautiful setting which is very descriptive, makes you want to get to Tuscany at the first available opportunity.

Sent to me by Netgalley for an unbiased review, courtesy of Canelo.


  1. The cover is enticing. I'm glad it was a nice read for you.

  2. This sounds good and I love the cover. Glad you enjoyed it!

  3. A goodie - how about adding your review to Books You Loved: March. Cheers from carole's chatter

  4. This sounds like an intriguing story with a great setting. Thank-you for the fantastic review!

  5. I would love to travel to Tuscany someday. I like to read lighter reads in between thrillers as well. They make a nice change of pace, don't they?