Review; From Venice with Love by Rosanna Ley

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Last year, I was fortunate enough to participate in the blog tour of Rosanna Ley's The Lemon Tree Hotel. This year I was asked if I wanted to particpate in the blog tour of her newest novel, From Venice With Love. Of course I couldn't resist and I got my ARC from Netgalley. So today, I'll participate in the blog tour by posting my review.

Description from Goodreads
The best-selling author of The Lemon Tree Hotel returns with an enchanting new holiday listen about family bonds and following your heart, wherever it might take you....

With her marriage in danger of falling apart, Joanna returns home to the beautiful but dilapidated Mulberry Farm Cottage in rural Dorset, where her sister Harriet is struggling to keep the farm afloat and cope with their eccentric mother.

When Joanna discovers a bundle of love letters in the attic, written by a watercolourist named Emmy, she is intrigued and sets out to discover Emmy's true story. Emmy's letters take Joanna to the picturesque alleyways and bridges of Lisbon, Prague, and the most romantic place of all: Venice - where a whole new magical world seems to unfold in front of her.

Meanwhile, back at Mulberry Farm Cottage, a mysterious prowler adds to Harriet's problems and interrupts her search for a perfect partner. Will she ever find true love? Where will Emmy's mesmerising pathway lead? And more importantly, will Joanna and Harriet be able to rescue the cottage and finally be able to rediscover their sisterly bond?

My Thoughts on the Book
From Venice with Love was an engaging and enjoyable read. The plot and storyline was well written and the characters were complex and relatable. I also really liked the descriptions in the book. A bit of romance, a bit of mystery and some family secrets. From Venice with Love is well worth the read and perfect for summer.

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