Roman Interlude

  • by M. A. Maggiano
  • Narrated by Anna Castiglioni
  • 11 hrs and 23 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Ciara is about to embark on the vacation of a lifetime. After two years of leading a hectic life, it's finally time to leave her problems behind. Her relationship with her current boyfriend is going nowhere and she is finally glad to have a break from the day-to-day routine of her life. A haphazard meeting in Rome's daVinci Airport leads her on an adventure she would have never dreamed possible. Emotions run high as the days unfold and lead her to the inevitable day she will have to return to New York. So many questions come to her mind while she attempts to get the answers that will allow her to fit the pieces of the puzzle together. Answers which may ultimately change her life forever.

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Fantastic Read

If you even like romance novels a tiny bit, you will be engrossed and over the moon with Roman Interlude. Great job M A Maggiano!
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- Karen B.

A great story, well told.

Roman Interlude is a romance novel set in modern-day Italy. The main character, an American, Ciara DiLodicci, has planned a month-long vacation to Italy to visit the land of her heritage. She invited her boyfriend to accompany her, but for reasons you'll enjoy discovering, he chooses to stay behind.

Ciara's solo trip opens her to unanticipated adventures and—within moments of getting off the plane—an introduction to a a true Italian gentleman.

Both Ciara and her love interest are are well-defined and believable. The secondary characters? Likewise. This, for me, is a character-driven story. Yet the author also did a great job building the world they live in. I suspect the author has spent considerable time in Italy because his descriptions paint a clear picture that lets you "see" what's being described.

I don't usually read romance stories, but I won a promotional copy of this book on Audible.com and thoroughly enjoyed reading (actually, listening to) something out of my normal wheelhouse. By the way, the narrator, Anna Castiglioni, was pleasant to listen to and did a good job intoning different voices, both male and female, in a way that felt natural. All in all, a great story, well told.


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- Allan Ramsay

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-30-2017
  • Publisher: M. A. Maggiano