My Review of “Dreaming of Venice” by T.A. Williams


I would like to thank NetGalley and Canelo for the ARC of “Dreaming of Venice” by T.A. Williams for my honest review.
The genres of this story are Women’s Fiction and Romance.
This is such a good feel book, and I find the author’s descriptions of Venice are enticing and amazing. I can picture the canals, the hotels, the Renaissance feel of the architecture. I also have images of Gondola Rides and Canal tours. I wish I could purchase a ticket and travel to Venice right now!
I like the way that the author describes his characters, as down to earth people with flaws and imperfections.
Our heroine Penny is an aspiring artist, working as a waitress to make ends meet. She rescues a baby in a carriage that is headed to fall in front of a train. Penny has terrible luck in her love life, but has a positive attitude.
Penny is offered a strange opportunity to make some money. Part of this job is to travel to Venice on business. One of Penny’s biggest dreams is to go to Venice. Will Penny find happiness and love? Is Venice the city where dreams come true?
This was an enjoyable and enchanting read, and I would recommend it highly.

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