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Inglath Cooper That Month in Tuscany

Last updated: June 21, 2019


When you love imagery in a book, "That Month in Tuscany" by Inglath Cooper is the romance novel to give you that. Because of the descriptive analog of the Italian countryside, along with the plots and rich romance, you will not be able to put this one down. This book is like a window to an Italian love story.

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Product Details

In our analysis of 55 expert reviews, the Inglath Cooper That Month in Tuscany placed 3rd when we looked at the top 9 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Bestselling, RITA Ⓡ Award Winning author Inglath Cooper writes you the perfect excuse to put down the to do list and get lost in a trip to Tuscany with resigned-to-her-life housewife Lizzy Harper and burnt-out rock star Ren Sawyer. . .

Expert Reviews


What reviewers liked

The characters are nicely drawn, subtle and complete. The scenery is gorgeous. And there are enough plot twists to keep the reader turning pages, not to mention rooting for Lizzy and Ren.
Parts of the novel read like a travel journal, and I mean that in a really good way. I loved the sights, sounds, and tastes of Tuscany. But the best part of this book was the emotion. It oozed.
The book is great all the characters are realistic making readers feel that they are in the story watching everything in real. Inglath Cooper knows how to pull you into the story and how to keep you engaged all the way to the end.
What I liked about this story is that it really made you step back and think about what things in your life make you happy?

What reviewers didn't like

I just got really mad at it towards the end. Honestly, I wish an editor had just cut out all the kidnapping stuff. Thematically, it doesn’t work, and to employ it as a plot device that is resolved after two chapters is honestly offensive.
The Storyline is great, but the twist in the story is not very convincing.
Now as Lizzy’s husband is tracking her down, all of his chapters are in the second person which was really odd. Then the daughter’s story line…I was not a fan. Too dramatic for a little Italian romance.
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