Book Review – 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…

Published Date : 7 July 2015

My Review

Daniella is in Italy to find her foster mother’s family and found a job as a hostess in Rafe’s restaurant. Rafe had trouble to connect with his customers and employees. Daniella performed very well in her hostess role that she become a big hit with the customers. During their working relationship, both Daniella and Rafe find themselves to be attracted to each other. But unfortunately Daniella make a mistake and Rafe fired her. Daniella left the job but Rafe soon come to realisation that he need Daniella in his life.

It is a heartwarming read for me as it was beautifully written with characters each overcoming their own personal fears and insecurity to find happiness in the end.

My Rating

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