Thursday, 15 February 2018

Prosecco & Promises Book Tour

Blooming Fiction Prosecco & Promises Book Tour

  • Prosecco And Promises
  • by A L Michael

  • Publisher: Canelo (12 Feb. 2018)
  • ASIN: B078YMY86K
  • Rating: 5/5


Since her mother died when Mia was a child, her dad has been her best friend and her idol. Now, the cancer he survived years before is back, and this time there’s no fighting it. To make matters worse her dad’s last request is for Mia to leave him and visit her mother’s family on the Italian island of Ischia so she doesn’t have to be there at the end.

Arriving at the sun-soaked island, Mia is embraced by the warm, crazy family she doesn’t know. While she waits for the phone to ring with the dreaded news, Mia desperately looks for a connection to the mother she never knew. Stumbling upon an antique shop run by the charming Antonio and his grouchy but handsome grandson Salvatore, she throws herself into helping with the shop restoration. As Mia and Salvatore’s bickering soon turns to chemistry, will she risk having her heart broken when she knows what’s waiting for her at home?


In one word ... superglue. Before the first two chapters had ended there had already been giggles and real rolling down the cheek tears. It's quite rare for me to get emotional when reading a book so this is quite a compliment for the book.

Prosecco And Promises follows Mia as she makes an incredibly difficult journey to the Italian island of Ischia. Despite the beautiful surroundings Mia's heart remains at home with her dying father. But as she gets to know her extended family she soon begins to live life a little and she then meets the most eligible bachelor in the area who happens to be the very essence of grumpy. 

However, this changes as Salvatore begins to work on an old antiques shop with Mia. Friendship begins to flourish between the pair and with a delicious Italian coffee every morning the pair soon discover that love can be a blessing as well as a burden.

Prossecco And Promises is 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. There are ups and downs and some slightly embarrassing moments entwined but the whole story is charming and completely enlightening. 

It's been quite a while since I've finished a book within 24 hours but this book broke the record and I would happily read it all over again. An easy five stars. 

If you want to read more about Italy, read One Summer In Tuscany by Domenica De Rosa.

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