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Seller Inventory P More information about this seller Contact this seller. The Italian's Demand Modern Romance. Sara Wood. This specific ISBN edition is currently not available. View all copies of this ISBN edition:. Synopsis Vittore Mantezzini had finally found Lio, his beloved baby son, living with an aunt in London. Buy New View Book.
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Other Popular Editions of the Same Title. Search for all books with this author and title. Customers who bought this item also bought. Stock Image. She can't believe this sophisticated, gorgeous man could want her when he had her glamorous sister as a wife, and his beautiful ex-betrothed is in the picture.
The emotions in this story were very intense. I felt for Verity, Vittore, and poor Lio.
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Verity's sister and Vittore's dead wife really created a horrible mess with her selfish behavior. But it turns out to be a good thing, because it brings these two kindred souls with a mutually strong love for baby Lio together. I really liked this book.
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View 2 comments. The Italian's Demand This was an emotional story. She was left in charge of her adopted sisters son thinking that his dad was dead. Come to find out the sister lied. But the child was attached to her. To make the transition easy on the child she went to Italy with them. Along the way secrets come out about her sister.
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None good. What will she do? She has learned to love the father. Dec 27, Marisa Valle rated it liked it Shelves: contemporary-romance. Classic Harlequin romance. Feb 28, Kay rated it liked it Shelves: print.
Learning his wife has died in England a few months before, he travels there in hopes of finding Lio, fearing the child has been placed in a home. Verity Fox had believed her sister when she told her that Vittore was dead and that he'd been a womanizer. Named as Lio's quardian, she steps into her role as Lio's mother, and finds that the little boy has been traumatized.
He hangs on to every move she makes, suffering panic attacks should she move away from him or strangers approach. Vittore is most anxious to return to Italy with his son but sees that the boy would never cope without Verity. His solution is to take them both to his home on the Amalfi coast. Right from the first pages we are given great insights into Vitorre and his deep love for his son and the anguish he's felt this past year without him. Verity has been told horrible lies about her brother-in-law and vows to protect the child at all costs.
Vitorre and Verity have an intense chemistry which is greatly heightened by the stressful situation they find themselves in regarding the boy. You can't help but feel Vitorre's pain when his son fears him, and you feel Verity's heart break when she realizes the boy will be better off with his devoted father and there will be no place in his life for her.
This is an emotional story that will pull at your heartstrings. Rach rated it liked it Nov 17, Yvie rated it did not like it Apr 30, Jeneth rated it really liked it Nov 29, Eileen rated it did not like it Aug 22, Teresa Fuhrmann rated it liked it Oct 14, Elizabeth rated it it was amazing Dec 28, Shanelle rated it liked it Apr 21, Shannon rated it it was ok Oct 26, Diana Brewer rated it really liked it Oct 18, Suzan rated it did not like it Oct 24, Emilia Renna rated it it was amazing Jul 28, Nazneen rated it liked it Jun 08, A rated it liked it Jan 21, Madisen rated it really liked it Apr 07, Ali rated it did not like it Feb 10, Patricia Lennon rated it liked it Sep 28, Tia rated it it was ok Oct 04, Lindsey rated it did not like it Aug 10, Donna rated it it was ok Sep 28, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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Her parents were desperately poor but their devotion to family life gave her a feeling of great security. Sara's father was one of four fostered children and never knew his parents, hence his joy with his own family. Birthday parties were sensational her father would perform brilliantly as a Chinese magician or a clown or Sara Wood was born in England.
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Birthday parties were sensational her father would perform brilliantly as a Chinese magician or a clown or invent hilarious games and treasure hunts. From him she learnt that working hard brought many rewards, especially self-respect. During her degree course she met her husband, a kind, thoughtful, attentive man who is her friend and soulmate. At 21, she married and had her first son at Now she has another three children. She loved teaching in Sussex which she did for twelve years. Her switch into writing came about in a peculiar way.
Richie, her elder son, had always been nuts about natural history and had a huge collection of animal skulls. At the age of fifteen he decided he'd write an information book about collecting. Heinemann and Pan, prestigious publishers, eagerly fell on the book and when it was published it won the famous Times Information Book award. Interviews, TV and magazine articles followed. Encouraged by his success, she thought she could write too and had several information books for children published.
But she'd rarely read fiction before, so she bought twenty books and analysed them carefully, then wrote one of her own. Amazingly it was accepted and she began writing full time. Sara and her husband moved to a small country estate in Cornwall which was a paradise. Her sons visited often; Richie being married to Heidi and with two daughters; Simon rushing in after some danger- filled action in Alaska or Hawaii etc, protecting the environment with Greenpeace.
Sara qualified as a homeopath, caring for the health of her family and friends. But Paradise is always fleeting. Sara's husband became seriously ill and it was clear that they had to move somewhere less demanding on time and effort.
After a nightmare year of worrying about him, nursing and watching him like a hawk, she was relieved when they'd sold up and moved back to Sussex. Their current house is large and thatched and sits in the pretty rolling downs with wonderful walks and views all around.
They live nearer to the boys men! Richie and Heidi are expecting another baby, Simon has a baby son and a new, dangerous, passion flinging himself off mountains paragliding.