That Month in Tuscany

That Month in Tuscany

That Month in Tuscany . . .Ren Sawyer and Lizzy Harper live completely different lives. He’s a rock star with a secret he can no longer live with. She’s a regular person whose husband stood her up for a long planned anniversary trip. On a flight across the Atlantic headed for Italy, a drunken pity party and untimely turbulence literally drop Lizzy into Ren’s lap. It is the...

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Title:That Month in Tuscany
Author:Inglath Cooper
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Edition Language:English

That Month in Tuscany Reviews

  • Laura

    My first 5 star book of 2018. Finished it in a day. I loved absolutely everything about this book!! A must read!!

  • Linda Thompson

    I just finished Inglath Cooper’s fabulous book and am left breathless. I could feel the pain of both Ren and Lizzy, and could sense the hope they both felt when they were together. Sometimes the unpleasant side life gets in the way and we are left with a choice – walk away from that ray of happiness we’ve found, or walk toward it with anticipation of what love and joy can be. Cooper’s descriptive style of Tuscany is breathtaking and you can feel the same sense of peace deep within that Ren and L

    I just finished Inglath Cooper’s fabulous book and am left breathless. I could feel the pain of both Ren and Lizzy, and could sense the hope they both felt when they were together. Sometimes the unpleasant side life gets in the way and we are left with a choice – walk away from that ray of happiness we’ve found, or walk toward it with anticipation of what love and joy can be. Cooper’s descriptive style of Tuscany is breathtaking and you can feel the same sense of peace deep within that Ren and Lizzy find with each other. Horrible things can, and often do, occur, but That Month in Tuscany proves to us that we can overcome the horrid and find true happiness if we just open that door and let it happen. This is one of those rare books that I will re-read and I will be gifting copies to friends.

  • Isabel

    I read this book under the title That Month In Tuscany. I probably wouldn’t have bought it under the title Rock Her because it looks too supermarket romance cheesy. That being said under whatever title this was a really good read. With the exception of the daughters situation i liked all of the story lines and especially the relationship between Lizzy and Ren. Definitely a brownie bite for the brain!

  • Michelle °O°

    I loved her other books but this one just fell short. I read this free on Kindle Library but I hate when reading a story and it ends at 75%. The rest was just filler for another one of the authors other books.

    The writing was great and it was told in 4 POVs which I didn't mind. But we never really got much character development and her slime-ball husband needing a lashing, but he never did get one.

    This book would have been better if it was just a little longer or taken out one part of the story t

    I loved her other books but this one just fell short. I read this free on Kindle Library but I hate when reading a story and it ends at 75%. The rest was just filler for another one of the authors other books.

    The writing was great and it was told in 4 POVs which I didn't mind. But we never really got much character development and her slime-ball husband needing a lashing, but he never did get one.

    This book would have been better if it was just a little longer or taken out one part of the story that involved the daughter. It just had too many stories in one book.

  • Marleen

    Much to my surprise, I enjoyed this book. I especially liked the non-pretentious characters. Both Ren Sawyer and Lizzy Harper are endearing people, their wealth notwithstanding. They both embark on a trip to Italy with plenty of self-reflection to go through. Both feel let down, feel that they are at a turning point, and for Ren, it feels more bleak than for Lizzy. Actually, it's clear that they both benefit of their chance-encounter and of this change in perspective. Indeed, Lizzy’s marriage is

    Much to my surprise, I enjoyed this book. I especially liked the non-pretentious characters. Both Ren Sawyer and Lizzy Harper are endearing people, their wealth notwithstanding. They both embark on a trip to Italy with plenty of self-reflection to go through. Both feel let down, feel that they are at a turning point, and for Ren, it feels more bleak than for Lizzy. Actually, it's clear that they both benefit of their chance-encounter and of this change in perspective. Indeed, Lizzy’s marriage is on the rocks, and her daughter has turned her back to her (for rather fickle reasons). As for Ren, a rock band singer, mega popular, he feels that he can’t go on pretending to be this person he’s not. He even envisions himself ending his life. But it won’t come to that.

    The notion of people changing their lives, altering the pace, and living in a “dolce farniente” country, like Italy, is surely attractive. People who have money, like Ren and Lizzy, can make that change in all luxury, no problem. That’s why fiction is so great : it’s all possible! Notably, I think this book makes the reader realize that, yes, enjoying life, and being yourself, is important. That's an essential lesson for everyone.

    The main issue I had with this read was the daughter’s kidnapping. The way the author presents it, it appears that the kidnapping is the only way to make Lizzy's daughter "wake up" and realize her Mom is a person of value. I think this turnaround is somewhat drastic and regrettable, tending towards a certain shallowness, which I like to avoid in any read.

  • Karen

    So, I'm instantly drawn to any book with the word Tuscany in the title. To make it better, part of this book took place in a town that I have visited: San Gimignano. Although I had to suspend belief for the romance, I surprisingly enjoyed this book. It was a light read that I needed. I'm not a huge romance reader, but every once in a while it gives me a break from the heavier stuff I read.

  • Anne OK

    Short and sweet; very light reading with kisses and a small dose of spice at the very end. The story was written in first person diary-like entries from four different POVs, which I found to be spiritless and lacking vitality. Both the story and the main characters had real potential in my opinion but were lacking depth. Neither was given enough defined attention to get the job done. There was one part of the story that took the main theme off the front burner and we

    Short and sweet; very light reading with kisses and a small dose of spice at the very end. The story was written in first person diary-like entries from four different POVs, which I found to be spiritless and lacking vitality. Both the story and the main characters had real potential in my opinion but were lacking depth. Neither was given enough defined attention to get the job done. There was one part of the story that took the main theme off the front burner and went into another realm altogether. It could have just as well been left untold and more time spent on the main issues that were lacking and rushed to the finale.

    Overall, a bit of a disappointment from start to finish.

  • Ashley

    This book was a complete disaster.

    Okay first off, this book went between too many point of views (POVs). There was the heroine, her husband, her daughter, and her rock star lover.

    It gets even messed when they are all written in different styles. The heroine and the rock star are written in first person (I, me, etc). The daughters pov was written in third person (he, she, it) and then the oddest of them all, the husband, was written in second person (you think this and then you are a

    This book was a complete disaster.

    Okay first off, this book went between too many point of views (POVs). There was the heroine, her husband, her daughter, and her rock star lover.

    It gets even messed when they are all written in different styles. The heroine and the rock star are written in first person (I, me, etc). The daughters pov was written in third person (he, she, it) and then the oddest of them all, the husband, was written in second person (you think this and then you are a cookie). The second person pov was just completely grammatically incorrect. How did that make it passed an editor? It was like the author was just experimenting with different writing styles throughout the book.

    If that isn't enough top make you run for the hills, the fact that the story is flat, boring, and lacking any type of uniqueness should do it. The characters all lack development and are extremely one dimensional.

    I wanted to like this book so bad. I spent my entire sick day reading it. Unfortunately, I couldn't find a single redeeming quality.

  • Barbara

    I really don't understand how people enjoyed this book, it was ludicrous. Every cliche ticked off. This story was so unbelievable that it goes beyond being fiction. The main character meets the man of her dreams in a drunken stupor the day she decides to go away without her husband? He turns out to be a gorgeous member of a rock band? He follows her to her hotel? They go on a road trip together? They escape seeing her husband by going out a back door? They rescue a puppy? The husband finds them

    I really don't understand how people enjoyed this book, it was ludicrous. Every cliche ticked off. This story was so unbelievable that it goes beyond being fiction. The main character meets the man of her dreams in a drunken stupor the day she decides to go away without her husband? He turns out to be a gorgeous member of a rock band? He follows her to her hotel? They go on a road trip together? They escape seeing her husband by going out a back door? They rescue a puppy? The husband finds them again just as they find out their only daughter is missing because she went out late with a "band" member! and got kidnapped on the way walking home in the middle of the night? She is tied up in a house with another girl and they will be sold? She decides to play sexy with one of her kidnappers and then goes to the bathroom and knocks out the window with a plunger and falls 2 floors and runs away naked and gets to another house? Forward a few years and our heroine and her rock star get married and she is expecting? Come on this is the most ridiculous story, even for a beach read I have ever read, or should I say skimmed. It was a bookclub book and I thought I should finish it somehow. Who knows maybe in my skimming I missed some believable stuff?!

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