Love & Gelato (Paperback)Jenna Evans Welch (author)
Now a Netflix movie, starring Susanna Skaggs
A New York Times bestseller
The dying wish of 16-year-old Lina's mother was for her daughter to live in Tuscany and get to know her father, whom Lina has never met. "Howard is the best man I've ever known," her mother says, "he'll keep you safe." Why did her mother wait so long to tell her about him? Lina has a happy life in Seattle and doesn't want to leave. Shortly after she arrives at Howard's home, Lina meets Sonya, who gives Lina a diary that belonged to Lina's mother, the one she had kept while she was a photography student in Florence. While Lina is living her life and exploring Tuscany with her handsome neighbour, Ren, she follows in the footsteps of her mother and gets to know her as never before. She also finds out the truth about her father. Mostly she finds out about herself.
Publisher: Walker Books Ltd
Number of pages: 336
Weight: 234 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 20 mm
"Overall, this is a quick, light-hearted summer read." * thebookbag.co.uk *
Ice cream and Italy are the perfect summer partners in Love & Gelato * S magazine and Sunday Express online *
You'll love it because: it's a sugarcoated easy read, which is just what we need right now. * Cosmpolitan *
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“A beautiful pleasure reading Love & Gelato”
Jenna Evans Welch has the gift of making you care about her characters. Nothing could tear me away from this beautiful story. Italy is one those places that I have always wanted to visit.
Sadly Lina's mother... More
“A completely amazing book”
Teenager Lina’s mother had been informed that she was dying from cancer. After bringing Lina up as a single parent, her dying wish was for her daughter to move to Tuscany, Italy, to live with her father Howard, a man... More
““Sweet & Beautiful like a Florence Gelato Masterpiece””
“Love & Gelato” is a wonderful, near perfect summer read!
The characters of Lina, Howard and Ren are all very likeable and each possess admirable qualities that I very much respected, such as; Howard’s kindness... More
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