The Review Card – A Bride for the Italian Boss By Susan Meier

Holiday romance on the menu? 

Passionate chef Rafe Mancini is renowned for his food—and his temper! No one meets his exacting standards, until stand-in maître d’ Daniella Tate breathes new life into his restaurant, and Rafe… 

Daniella is only visiting the picturesque Tuscan village of Calanetti, but with Rafe she finds the sense of belonging she’s always craved. Clutching her ticket home, Daniella must make a decision…return to her old, safe life or stay as Rafe’s bride! 

The Vineyards of Calanetti 

Saying “I do” under the Tuscan sun…

About The Author

Susan Meier was born on April 22, 1956 in Western Pennsylvania, United States. The third of 11 children, she raised in a big family. At school she wrote and directed plays complete with commercial breaks, and she wrote poetry through High School.

She has been the employee of a major defense contractor, a columnist for a small newspaper, and a division manager for a charitable organization, as well as a legal secretary, office manager, receptionist, waitress, bingo worker and ice cream sales person. She decided to pursue fiction in earnest one month before her 30th birthday, she published her first romance novel in 1990. She ended her tenure after 25-years when she resigned her position in the human resources department for a major defense contractor to write full-time.

She has been an active member of the Pennsylvania writers organization, Pennwriters, previously serving as President, Vice-President, Treasurer, Area Representative, Bylaws Committee Chair and Elections Chair. She is Pennwriters’ 1999 Meritorious Service Award winner. She is also a member of RWA and is a moderator on the Kiss and Tell bulletin board. She is a frequent workshop speaker.

Susan continues to live in Pennsylvania with her husband Michael, their three children, Michael Jr., Sarah and Allen, and two cats.

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