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Hilltop in Tuscany

By: Stephanie Grace Whitson
Narrated by: Alexandra O'Karma
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Here's the sequel to the author's best-selling A Garden in Paris.

With her mother newly settled in Paris, Liz Davis returns to Omaha to oversee the family business and estate. But her well-ordered world soon begins to unravel when she finds troubling information stored on her deceased father's computer. Then her fiancé considers a job promotion that will take him to California, making the attention Liz is receiving from an intern at the office all the more tempting. When she can no longer cope with her swirling emotions, a once-confident Liz shows up back on her mother's doorstep. But it will take more than a change of scenery for Liz to willingly embrace the kind of life she truly desires.

©2006 Stephanie Grace Whitson (P)2006 Recorded Books

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  • 25-02-13

Horrible book. Dull.

What disappointed you about Hilltop in Tuscany?

Poor plot. Dull. The Author seems self-absorbed.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

The narrators voice was a terrible distraction. I tried to listen several time but could not bring myself to waste anymore time.

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