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The Man at the Rialto Bridge

The Man at the Rialto Bridge

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Family secrets, a terrorist plot, and a new romance Reluctantly joining her dysfunctional family on a Mediterranean cruise, Olivia is drawn to a mysterious man and finds herself propelled into a life-changing adventure. Her widowed sister, Ashley, convinces her to join her and their dying mother on a vacation to mend their relationships, flush out old secrets, and even forgive past transgressions. But Olivia used the cruise to pursue a secret of her own. After discovering at the age of 12 she was the love child of an affair, she seeks her birth father, an Italian businessman, and meets him in several ports during the cruise in spite of what it might do to her precarious family. Olivia faces a dangerous on-board romance, family secrets, and decisions that could change her and her family forever. From Rome to Venice and ports in between, Olivia unearths secrets and struggles to make sense of them. Will Olivia's dreams come true? One family's future may hinge on Olivia and the man at the Rialto Bridge.

Author: Janet Simcic
Publisher: Gray Matter Consultants LLC
Published: 04/01/2015
Pages: 294
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.65lbs
Size: 8.00h x 5.00w x 0.62d
ISBN: 9780986285301

About the Author
Janet Simcic is a freelance writer, novelist, and non-fiction writer residing in Southern California. Her articles have appeared in the Orange County Register, and various travel magazines. Her first novel, The Man at the Caffé Farnese and her non-fiction "An American Chick's Guide to Italy" are available on Simcic has made her brand "All things Italian" and focuses all her writing on this subject. She has a track record of speaking to book clubs, conferences, and small groups about her Italian heritage and extensive travel to Italy. Simcic also consults with those traveling to Italy to make their experience memorable. She graduated with a B.A. in History and Literature from The Master's College and did her graduate work at Eastern Michigan University and Pepperdine. Her passions are writing, genealogy, learning the Italian language, and spending as much time as possible with her 14 grandchildren. Simcic is addicted to travel with a special interest in Europe and all things historical. The author is available for speaking engagements and consulting and can be reached through her website and Face Book.

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