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Dreaming of Venice: A Binge-Worthy Read

You won’t be able to put down this adorable, Cinderella-esque tale about a girl who goes from rags to riches and meets her prince!

Penny Lane (yes, like the Beatles’ song) works in London café, was just dumped by her boyfriend who is now working in Australia, and is trying to get her art career off the ground. Everything changes for her when she rescues a child from getting hit by a train, and she gets her 15 minutes of fame. She is approached by a lady with an extraordinary proposition: pose as her boss at events until her boss gains back her self-confidence. All of the sudden, her life is turning around. She is able to pay off debts, her art career is taking off, and she can finally realize her dream: traveling to Venice (and honestly, I’m jealous—I so want to go to Venice!).

T.A. Williams writes such charming, warm, funny characters, that you can’t help falling in love with and cheering them on. If you need a heartwarming read, pick this up! The story is captivating, and you won’t be able to set it down.

My Rating: 5/5 stars

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3 Comments

  1. Aww this sounds like an absolutely delightful summer beach read!
    I’m such a sucker for girly novels where the girl falls into a slump and picks herself by the end in a new town and the cinderella allusion you make automatically brings this book to the tippy top of my ever increasing TBR pile!
    I just finished reading When Dimple Met Rishi today which was so adorbs, a bit cliché, but nonetheless loads of fun 🙂
    I look forward to reading more from you soon… Happy July Reading 🙂

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    • It really was a fun read! Dimple Met Rishi sounds really cute! I’ve seen that around a lot, and have been wanting to check it out.

      Thanks for stopping by! 🙂

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