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article imageReview: Christmas in Venice by Meadow Taylor Special

By Chrystal Mahan     Dec 23, 2012 in Entertainment
"Olivia’s Christmas trip to Venice, Italy, should be a holiday dream come true. But when the unattended luggage becomes the focus of a handsome Italian policeman’s bomb investigation, she worries she won’t even make it out of the airport."
Practically handcuffed to the best-looking man she’s ever seen, can Olivia convince him she isn’t a terrorist before he writes her off for good?
Christmas in Venice is the perfect little treat to start the holidays off with a smile. " -
Despite its short size, this story is packed with punch. Meadow Taylor, author of The Billionaire’s Secrets and Falling for Rain, is sure to be a favorite with romance readers. Meadow might be new on the scene, but she is already blazing trails. The Authors Den has described her as a “force to be reckoned with” and they would be right. If she continues on the path to success she will give other writers a run for their money in the fiction romance genre.
Canadian, Olivia Moretti, 29, heads to Italy to spread her father’s ashes. Her father died of cancer this past summer, born in Italy it was his last wish. Olivia doesn't want to be here over Christmas, but her mother was spending Christmas with her sister and their family. After getting off the plane she leaves her carry on with an elderly lady, Doris, who said she would watch it while Olivia called her cousin, who was supposed to be meeting her at the airport. He was nowhere to be found.
As Olivia tries to make the call, a policeman, Alessandro Rossi takes over. He’s determined to prove that the ticking he is hearing coming from her bag is a bomb. Whether she put it there or not, she’s in trouble. Even though Olivia is completely shocked and embarrassed, she can't help but notice just how cute Officer Rossi is.
What happens next will leave readers begging for more.
This short story is an adaptation of her next full-length novel, tentatively titled, Midnight in Venice. The Authors Den states “this is a gift to the reader and shows the fun that can be had by reading a small story and expecting big things for the rest of the story.”
The book is available on Amazon for the Kindle and Barnes & Noble for the Nook.
At time of writing, this book is free for the Kindle and Nook. Be sure to double check price before clicking “buy now.”
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