I Wouldn't Leave Rome to Go to Heaven by Joie Davidow

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In this wise and funny novel, three single women, all expatriates living in Rome, face middle age: Margaret walked out on her husband as soon as her son was old enough to leave home, and she's never regretted it. She relishes her solitary lifestyle until illness threatens her independence. Katja, a former model, still believes that Mr. Right will come along, and she fights hard to stay beautiful until he does. Francesca has recently a relationship with a man she hopes will be her last big mistake. She wants to slink into a cozy old age alone, but the dark-eyed men of Rome are impossible to ignore.

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Published March 22, 2008 by XLibris. 180 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Travel, Romance. Non-fiction

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