A Taste Of Italy

A Taste Of Italy : Midwife, Mother...Italian's Wife (Lyrebird Lake Maternity) / the Playboy of Rome / Italian Surgeon, Forbidden Bride (St Piran's Hospital)

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Midwife, Mother...Italian's Wife by Fiona McArthur




Single Mum Tammy has always had a weakness for tall, dark Italians - and Dr. Leon Bonmarito is weak for her!




Italian Surgeon, Forbidden Bride by Margaret McDonagh




Deliciously handsome Gio Corezzi turns the heads of every woman at St. Piran's Hospital - except for quiet beauty Jessica Carmichael...




The Playboy of Rome by Jennifer Faye




Lizzie Addler's dream of working in Italy are about to come true. That's as long as passionate Italian chef Dante DeFiore sticks to his side of the bargain!
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Product details

  • Paperback | 560 pages
  • 107 x 170 x 24mm | 240g
  • Mills & Boon
  • Richmond, United Kingdom
  • English
  • edition
  • 0263267180
  • 9780263267181
  • 1,005,731

About Fiona Mcarthur

Fiona McArthur is an Australian midwife who lives in the country and loves to dream. Writing Medical Romance gives Fiona the scope to write about all the wonderful aspects of romance, adventure, medicine and the midwifery she feels so passionate about. When not catching babies, Fiona and her husband Ian are off to meet new people, see new places and have wonderful adventures. Drop in and say hi at Fiona's website www.fionamcarthurauthor.com


Award-winning author, Jennifer Faye pens fun, heartwarming romances. Jennifer has won the RT Book Reviews Reviewers' Choice Award. Now living her dream, she resides with her patient husband, amazing daughter (the other remarkable daughter is off chasing her own dreams) and two spoiled cats. She'd love to hear from you via JenniferFaye.com


Margaret McDonagh can't remember a time when her nose wasn't buried in a book. She read avidly, but always knew that she had to write. In 2005, after twenty years of writing novellas for My Weekly Story Collection and Linford large print, plus serials and magazine short stories for The People's Friend, her manuscript was accepted by Mills & Boon. She has been writing novels ever since! You can contact Margaret via her website: www.margaretmcdonagh.com
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