Brava, Valentine

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Click for availability and more information Brava, Valentine, by Adriana Trigiani
Adriana Trigiani has done it again with her latest novel; Brava, Valentine; the second of a series following Very Valentine. When Valentine Roncalli's grandmother gets remarried and moves to Italy, it is up to Valentine to take over the family business of making hand crafted wedding shoes. From the streets of Greenwich Village, to Italy, and Buenos Aires, family secrets and scandals are uncovered, relationships are threatened, and plots take unexpected twists. Throw a little romance in the mix, and things get even more turbulent.

Trigiani does a terrific job with offbeat, loveable characters, and she also provides beautiful well-written descriptions of locations. I recommend reading Very Valentine first so you can understand more about the character's relationships, which are key to the storyline. A very warm, funny novel that is sure to keep you captivated from cover to cover.
-Debbie O.

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