Very charming and funny book that was easy to fall in love with and hard to put down till I was done. Great characters development that pulls you in and leaves you rooting for a happy ending at least for most of the characters.Married med trying to seduce single ladies just disgusts me, so did not find myself hoping pulling for anything spectacular to happen with them. Veronica is a sexed up vamp that knows what she wants and goes after it no matter how many obstacles stand in her way, including herself.
The only negative thing I can say about this book, and its really not negative, is that Rutigliano pours alot into the character development and at times there is so much background and information that it gets lost on you when reading and with the minor characters there could have been more development. Other than that I enjoyed the book and cannot wait to read the next one in the series and hopefully find out how things go with Veronica and KD later on.
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But she nevertheless survived, and seems to be doing OK. She practices Law read lore) in Brooklyn, New York (read Nu Yawk). She was born in the former Soviet Union, and emigrated in 1979. She is happily married to the same crazy Italian she's been with since college, who suffers from a severe addition to travel (still in acute form). Together they are doing a somewhat passable job with their three precious darlings (who are now teenagers, thus elaboration is not necessary).
Which is why Emilia writes about Veronica. Veronica, though... is interesting. And Emilia knows interesting.
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