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Not all Otto Viti stories are about dead bodies… When Jill D'Angelo agrees to join her two sisters on an Italian vacation, she only hopes the three of them can go the whole week without driving each other crazy. Little does she know that the getaway will be full of traveling mishaps and uncovered family secrets. But the biggest surprise of all? Meeting Nico. (Before the OtNot all Otto Viti stories are about dead bodies… When Jill D'Angelo agrees to join her two sisters on an Italian vacation, she only hopes the three of them can go the whole week without driving each other crazy. Little does she know that the getaway will be full of traveling mishaps and uncovered family secrets. But the biggest surprise of all? Meeting Nico. (Before the Otto Viti Mysteries: a Non-Mystery Prequel Novella)...

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ISBN : 34875368
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Number of Pages : 155 Pages
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honeymoon in italy before the otto viti mysteries Reviews

  • Ginger Pollard
    2018-09-29 11:57

    Ginger Pollard I was gifted a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I enjoyed this little trip to Italy with three sisters whose parents had died five years earlier. Instead of mourning the death of their parents they decided to celebrate the honeymoon their parents had taken about 30 years ago. I felt like I was right there in Italy with them! It's a fast moving story, and a good story about sisterhood. Highly recommend!

  • Margaret Watkins
    2018-09-20 12:02

    Honeymoon in Italy is a heart-warming tale of three sisters retracing their parents' honeymoon some 29 years earlier. Each one of them is struggling with their parents' accidental death in their own way, but none of them have moved forward and are still stuck in the cycle of grief. The story clearly depicts the typical characteristics of the oldest, middle and youngest child as they plan and set out on their journey of discovery. When all of Stella's meticulously well made plans go into disarray, it is Nico who steps in and saves the day, not once but three times over. Holly is the motor mouth and mischief maker in the family but in her own way she gets results. Jill is floating along in a bubble, not sure of herself or how to take up the reins in her life. However, it is Jill who makes a connection with Nico as he speaks to her heart. Stella, as the oldest child, is rigidly in command of her life and the lives of her family and sisters. Through the ups and downs of the trip she realises that she has to let go and start living the moment the way her mother did. I thoroughly enjoyed this book, the interaction between the sisters and the unravelling mystery that none of them suspected in the first place. I would have liked it if they had been able to discover the post box in Rome where the third key to their parents' past lay, but with the time constraints on the small party of travellers that was not to be. I thoroughly enjoyed this novel and it kept my interest all the way through. It was also refreshing to read a book without bad language and explicit bedroom scenes.

  • Judith Levis
    2018-10-14 16:09

    I received this book for my honest review. The premise of the book was wonderful - three sisters visiting places in Italy where their now deceased parents had honeymooned. The three sisters - Jill, Holly and Stella - were very different, but this trip helped them know each other much better and also enabled each sister to be stronger, braver and eventually able to plan their futures with integrity and love. The sisters' greatest gift was learning more about their parents, feeling closer to them, and realizing how passionate they both were.I loved the parts where they found the letters left by their parents in the various post offices on their stops. Nico provided the hunk factor in the novel. He was the problem-solver who helped the girls in their adventure, from finding lost luggage to becoming enamored of Jill. The setting in Italy was beautiful. I feel there could have been more description in the book, but the plot was unique and satisfying.

  • Margaretta E. Scully
    2018-09-24 13:14

    Really enjoyed this light book. I have been to the area and brought back memories.I really enjoyed this light story. Have been there and brought back memories. Will continue to read Jen Carter's books.

  • Nicole Normand
    2018-10-03 16:56

    I received a free copy from the author via AXP; this is my honest review.An absolute delight to read.Remarkable descriptions of the country (Italy): buildings, places to see, etc.Good development in the romance; good, slow, and believable growth in the sisters' bonding.Pick-up your book today!

  • Colleen Hendrix
    2018-09-22 16:09

    Beautiful italy and a love storyI dont often give five star ratings. This may be the first. This story is well written and includes a mystery, a love story and travel advice! No sex. No foul language. No violence. I loved it.

  • Frances L. Ehrig
    2018-09-30 11:02

    A Trip To RememberA most pleasant read! Sisters plan a trip to Italy to revisit their parents' honeymoon destinations as a tribute to the deceased parents. Italy is lovely and our heroine Jill meets Nico. What will be their conclusion. Tune in!

  • Mary Byrnes
    2018-10-13 14:22

    Good storyEnjoyed learning more about the characters from the 2 books in this series. Looking forward to more in this series.

  • Cayla
    2018-09-28 11:06

    I was looking for a lighthearted European story, and this seemed to fit. The book wasn't amazing, but I enjoyed it.

  • Mary E
    2018-09-20 16:58

    A fun readGood story. Not very believable but I liked the characters. The story moved along at a fun pace. Would that all conflict could be so easily resolved.

  • Irene
    2018-10-10 17:00

    I received this book free in consideration of a review. Jill and her sisters are still reeling from the death of their parents 5 years before. They decided not to mourn their deaths on the anniversary, but instead take a trip to Italy where they had spent their honeymoon on a journey of discovery and remembrance. Jill has serious doubts about this trip because she's not sure she and her sisters don't always get along. And right off the bat, things go wrong, and keep going wrong. Lost reservations, lost luggage, etc. But the country and its people are beautiful and they discover so many wonderful places, and Nico. Nico is a very special find and helps them through their mishaps. They also discover things they never knew about their parents. This is a wonderful story of family and romance. I can't believe this was only 154 pages. So much happened and the characters were well rounded. I will be looking for the other books in this series.