One Italian Summer is a novel by Rebecca Serle that tells the story of two young people who fall in love during one unforgettable summer in Italy. Their romance is filled with all the passion, excitement, and drama that can only happen when you’re young and madly in love. This beautiful tale will sweep you away to another time and place where falling in love is the most natural thing in the world.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for people who are looking for a romantic and exciting story. If you’re someone who loves to travel, then One Italian Summer will take you on an amazing journey to one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Rebecca Serle’s writing style is lyrical and descriptive, making it easy to lose yourself in her words.
- The writing is beautiful and lyrical, transporting you to Italy.
- The characters are realistically drawn and easy to sympathize with.
- It’s a quick read that will keep you hooked until the end.
- It may be hard to find outside the U.S.
- May be a little too romantic for some readers
- Not enough substance to keep some engaged
Learn more about the author
Rebecca Serle is the author of the novels Famous in Love and Dear Jesse, both international sensations. She splits her time between Los Angeles and New York City.
“One Italian Summer is a must read for anyone who loves romance novels. Rebecca Serle has outdone herself with this story of young love in Italy. The characters are well developed and the setting is absolutely beautiful. I was captivated from beginning to end.”
“One Italian Summer is a captivating love story that will transport you to the enchanting country of Italy. Rebecca Serle’s prose is lyrical and brings to life all the beauty of this magical place, as well as the intensity of first love. A thoroughly enjoyable read!”
“This book is beautiful! I read it in one sitting because I couldn’t put it down. It’s the perfect mix of romance and adventure.”
“One Italian Summer is one of my favorite books. It’s the perfect mix of romance and travel. I was instantly transported to Italy while reading it, and felt like I was right there with the characters.”