Rome in Love

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St. Martin's Griffin
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5.4 X 0.9 X 8.2 inches | 0.6 pounds
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About the Author

ANITA HUGHES is the author of Lake Como, Monarch Beach, Market Street, and French Coast. She attended UC Berkeley's Masters in Creative Writing Program, and lives in Dana Point, California, where she is at work on her next novel.


"The monuments, fashion and food in Rome in Love transport the reader immediately to Italy's Eternal City. It is both a modern fairytale and a touching homage to Audrey Hepburn." --Holly Peterson, New York Times bestselling author of The Manny and The Idea of Him

"Anita Hughes has a knack for developing winsome, accessible characters and putting them in the glitziest, most fabulous settings imaginable. Her latest, Rome in Love, is a delicious Italian escape into the life of ingénue Amelia Tate. Through the young actress's captivating voice, and that of the late, great Audrey Hepburn, Hughes delivers a fast-paced and moving tale about two women who want to hide but also discover themselves again. Perfect for book clubs and for anyone who loves Hollywood, old or new." --Michelle Gable Bestselling author of A Paris Apartment

"It's the perfect Italian combination: Rome. St. Peter's Basilica. Pasta. Wine. A movie star, a little royalty, unimaginable wealth, glitter, glamour, and romance. Oh, and a touch of Audrey Hepburn. Rome In Love is an entertaining read that brings daydreams to the page." --Cathy Lamb, author of What I Remember Most

"Those familiar with Roman Holiday and [Audrey] Hepburn will delight in the retelling... a charming love story....An enjoyable read for classic film and light romance fans" --Library Journal

"Another quintessential beach read...Full of lavish descriptions of food, libations, and fashion, Hughes' latest is a quick and pleasurable read that will transport readers to the lush dream of Rome." --Booklist