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Beneath the Mimosa Tree

3.83 of 5 stars 3.83  ·  rating details  ·  36 ratings  ·  8 reviews
Readers Favorite, 5-Star Review and Bronze medal winner, 2012 Readers Favorite for Contemporary Romance. Finalist, Indie Excellence Awards, 2013, Romance.

Contemporary Romance: Annabelle Marco and Michael Contelli are both only children of Italian-Americans. Next door neighbors since they were both five years old, they both receive their parents’ constant attention and are
Published March 26th 2012 (first published March 24th 2012)
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Jonelle Neuman
Being from Annapolis I really liked this book. It was a sweet read. Good for a plane ride or a beach read.
Wonderful book, somewhat predictable. Very true how parents of children, especially only children, interfere in relationships for their own gain. The story takes place in Maryland so I enjoyed the familiar towns and places, especially in Annapolis. The journey of the next door neighbors is enjoyable and the relationships among the characters is great. Easy reading.
Brian Brantley
Loved this book. The characters were well drawn and it kept me interested all the way through out. I really enjoyed the locations as I am from the area where most of the book takes place. I am looking forward to the next book from this up and coming author.
Nice read! Well-written first novel that tells a romantic story - no crazy scenarios, no darkness, just nice!
This book takes place in Annapolis which is the only reason I kept reading it. Otherwise not a great read.
I couldn't put this novel down and loved the characters, story line, and the outstanding writing.
I am loving this story! I can't put it down.
Vj Iannone
Loved it! A great read!
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STEPHANIE VERNI is thrilled to have received the Bronze Medal for Contemporary fiction in the annual Readers' Favorite contest in November of 2012, and to have been named a Finalist in the 2013 Indie Excellence Awards contest. She was born in Fort Knox, Kentucky, and grew up in Maryland. Her teenage years and a portion of her adult years were spent living in Annapolis and Baltimore. A graduate of ...more
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