The Love Scam
Rake Tarbell is in trouble. When the fabulously wealthy and carefree bachelor wakes up horribly hungover in Venice, it’s not something that would normally be a problem...except he has no idea how he got there from California. Or who stole his wallet. Or who emptied his bank ...more
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Now we also learn that a young lady is involved claiming to be a long lost daughter while he's simply trying to relocate his wallet and figure out how the hell he got to Italy from California.
Oh, the timing...
Enter Claire who'll do just about anything for Lilith and Rake and certainly that includes showcasing sarcasm, humor, and witt but sometimes it went to the ...more
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First of all, let me say that I loved the idea of this book. The plot twists were pretty genius. The characters were sort of interesting and I do love all things Italian.
With all that being said I did not LOVE this book. It is a good rainy day read. It just feels sort of rushed. There is A LOT going on in the story and I feel like some of it is mostly just filling.
As I said, the idea of this book is wonderful, but with so much extra ...more
The characters, Rake and Delaney, were somewhat interesting, but I feel like I would’ve been more into each of them if they were developed more ...more
Rake Tarbell, twinbrother of Blake is the more careless type. He wakes up in Venice with no clue what happened and how he ended here, thanks to too much indulgence in the spirit. What he finds is a strange woman with special skills and a girl who claims to be his daughter. That's the stuff for a great read.
It has been a while since I have read a book by Davidson but this one reminded me why I find them so entertaining! Her characters are.. well, characters!! This seems to run at the same time as the other book in the series (which I have not read but think I need to now), and tell the tale of each of the Tarbell twins (who have what can only be called an interesting relationship)
I enjoyed this tale with the twists and turns and random ...more
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