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A Rosie Life In Italy 2: What Have We Done? Kindle Edition
What do you do when your adult kids fly the nest and you are having a midlife crisis during a global pandemic? You buy a 22 room derelict villa in Italy while grocery shopping of course. Well, that is what Rosie did.
Buying the house was an accident. She only went out for bananas.
Rosie embarks on renovating her 22 room ‘new’ home in Italy with a non-negotiable move-in date of Christmas Eve.
Surrounded by a cast of interesting characters, the Irish woman learns the Italian way of life and house renovating in the country she wants to call home. But when the project manager goes AWOL, non-Italian speaking Rosie has no option but to take control with the help of a translation app.
With no heating, windows disappearing, mystery holes in the garden, water flooding down the stairs, a pandemic destroyed business and with a move-in date that seems more laughable than doable, Rosie begins to question if she was crazy to follow through on her fabulous midlife crisis dream of renovating a villa in Italy.
- ASIN : B099NQQM3H
- Language : English
- File size : 1616 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 336 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : B09KNGHX9P
- Best Sellers Rank: 9,062 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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At one stage in Book 2 I found myself fighting back tears when another lockdown looked like it would ruin Christmas. Like Rosie and Ronan we were planning for our daughter to be here like so many families. It was indeed a terrible time but Rosie’s humour and determination shone through as they struggled against the odds.
I am about to embark on book 3. Better have a glass of wine first. Cheers Rosie and Ronan.
I’m very glad that I tried something new, I needed something different and this was exactly the thing. Utterly intriguing and thoroughly wholesome, there were some moments of ‘how will they flip this into a positive’ or ‘will things turn out alright in the end’ but it made the outcomes much more rewarding to read. You get a huge sense of relief from this book, there is so much to relate to especially with current situations, so it was nice to see happier endings and positive outlooks.
As for book three … is it July yet?