Anica Tomlin, has just learned that the man she's been planning her future around already has a wife and family. So Ani cashes in her graduation gift to herself early—a trip to Tuscany—but from the moment she boards the wrong train in Pisa, her plans for solitude and self-indulgence begin to unravel around her. When an accident thrusts Ani into the skilled hands of the dashing Dr. Cosimo Lazzaro, she reluctantly accepts his invitation to recover in his family's country villa.
Sometimes help comes from the most unlikely of hands, and sometimes getting lost is the surest way to be found…
After learning shocking news about the man she’s been planning her future around, Anica Tomlin cashes in her graduation gift to herself a little early—a trip to Tuscany. But from the moment she boards the wrong train in Pisa, her plans for solitude and self-indulgence begin to unravel around her.
When a bicycle accident lands Ani in the skilled hands of the dashing Dr. Cosimo Lazzaro, she reluctantly accepts his invitation to recover in his family’s country villa perched on a hilltop surrounded by the Lazzaro olive groves. But it’s been a black year for olive growers all over Italy, and generations of tradition are being put to the test like never before.
Ani is swept up in the drama of life in Tuscany, the convergence of old and new, and the passions that drive people to pursue the desires of their hearts. Just as she begins to get her feet under her again, an unexpected turn of events leaves her doubting the very existence of happily ever after…unless she can learn to trust the desires of her own heart.
All the Way to Heaven is the first book in THE FALLOUT SERIES, a collection of sweet contemporary romances that follow characters featured in the first book.
For fans of Coming-of-age Romance authors Stephanie Perkins, Susan Meissner, and Kasie West.
Reviewed by Melanie Newton
(Note this book is set in Italy and this is far more part of the accepted general culture - wine with most meals for example)
All supernatural types in the book: None