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    Petrolheads

    Uncle Miles has died and now Laurie has been left his classic Ferrari, there's just one proviso - she has to travel across Europe to take the car back to it's birthplace in Maranello. Not only that but Miles has preset the meandering route through France and Switzerland in to Italy and designated certain locations that Laurie has to send postcards from in order to receive her vehicular legacy. This was such a fun book and dealt more with the awakening of Laurie's character in to the person she should have been all along than anything else. There is romance with the, rather disgusting, Robert who proposes once he can see wealth on the horizon and the enigmatic Cameron. The plot moves swiftly and doesn't become stagnated by "they went here and then here" type scenarios. Instead Ms Wake has picked over the journey and selected only the jewels from the road trip. Laurie's blossoming into the person she was before her parent's divorce and her father's death several years later is wonderful to read and you internally cheer as she decides how she wants to be rather than how others want her to be. This may not be great literature but it does the most important thing of any book - it entertained me, it made the characters and places come alive in my imagination and it made me happy. Surely that is the greatest testament of any author's work - no matter what the genre, it makes the reader feel sated when reading.
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    From Italy

    A most enjoyable read with a fascinating background to the story. Good descriptions of the scenery would certainly recommend this book
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    Loved it

    Great romantic read and something for the car enthusiasts too. Really felt like I was travelling through Europe too.
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    From Italy with love

    Made interesting due to the travel aspect and reference to actual places visited on route. Easy read, kept my attention. I now want a Ferarri.
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