Halli Sanders spent two years planning the trip of a lifetime to Italy. Her itinerary did not include being stranded by her siblings, kidnapped by a sexy American movie star, dodging bullets, or fleeing criminals in a car chase around Lake Como. And that's just in the first three hours.
...often go awry.
Trent Tomlin put his movie career on hold to investigate his brother's murder-ruled-suicide at his Italian villa. He's closing in on the suspects when an American tourist unwittingly films the murder of the retired cop helping him. The killers will stop at nothing to get the evidence - including holding Halli's family as collateral.
Life's a little different unscripted.
Thrust into the role of real-life hero, Trent finds himself falling for the Plain Jane whose beauty blossoms with every challenge they face. But how can he keep the evidence from the murderers to get justice for his brother and friend without betraying Halli and her family?
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Lost in Italy
This book is a very thrilling action packed story of a young woman who had not so perfect a childhood and was being too structured in her adult life until a trip to Italy with her brother and sister threw her into ,corruption,and life and death situations . It keeps listening until you get to the end.
- med c
Page Turning, Exciting Enjoy
Grabs you immediately and keeps you riveted as an intriguing plot and sometimes comical story have you loving and hating the players passionately.
Time to get your supplies ready and get comfy this one wont allow you to put it down.
Hali because I could identify with her inability trust.
I thought her portrayal of Simone brilliant
When the boat exploded
I have not enjoyed a book this well in a long time. I was pleased and impressed with authors ease in depicting such real characters and great dialogues. I personally, appreciated the romantic scenes being portrayed with finesse and class rather than the crudity
that some seem to think makes good reading,
- Debbie Petersen