Monday, December 30, 2019

The Star-Crossed Sisters of Tuscany by Lori Nelson Spielman

3.5 Stars

The Fontana family has had a curse on the second-born daughters for over 200 years. Always to remain spinsters, true love will never be in the cards for them. Emilia has sort of resigned herself to the fact that the curse is a real thing as she remains consistently unlucky in love. Her cousin Lucy takes a different approach – quickly falling for whoever she is dating at the time. When their estranged aunt Poppy calls offering the two a trip to Italy and an opportunity to break the curse forever, they reluctantly agree.

I will admit I wanted this one as soon as I saw the cover, the word “Tuscany” and took a peak at the blurb. I had my hopes up for a cross between . . . . .

And . . . . .

And that is 100% what I got. Although I don’t live in an Italian villa, I was able to read this outside with a big ol’ cheap bottle of Moscato and escape for a few hours one Saturday and that was just what I needed.

ARC provided by Berkley in exchange for an honest review.

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