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Passports and Plum Blossoms: An International Romantic Comedy
Annalise Fontana is feeling blue with no job, no boyfriend, and packed among her childhood memories in her parents' home. What could be more enticing than the opportunity to serve as a companion to her elderly Auntie Lil on a senior citizens’ tour of China (with a side trip to Singapore?. She digs out her passport and packs her bags and assumes that she’s in for a tranquil ...more
Mass Market Paperback, 346 pages
Published October 4th 2015 by Scolapasta Press, Ltd.
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What a wonderful novel! It has both travel stories to Singapore and China along with elements of love ! Despite their age differences between Annalise and her aunt, they get along extremely well on their travels.
Annalise welcomes the opportunity to escape after losing both her job and boyfriend. However, she quickly finds her interest in blogging about her travels.
The novel illustrates that relationships may occur when one least expects !
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This was another great and light read from Barbara Oliverio! I loved the laughs I got as well as the journey we took in this fun book! If you are looking for a great fun read, this is the book for you!
This book is all about embracing the unexpected. After Annalise loses both her job and her boyfriend, a fun tour of China is just what the doctor ordered. On the tip with her elderly aunt, Annalise is thrown to the wind on this adventure. She experiences things in a wa ...more
Readers' Favorite Award™-Winner Barbara Oliverio is the daughter of Italian immigrants who grew up with a love of books and a passion for learning. She lives in suburban Denver where she and her husband enjoy good food, travel, and disputing pro football (Go Steelers!). She has been a teacher, journalist, and marketer, and writes for everything from periodicals to the Web.