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Plenty of Fish in the Sicilian Sea

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Sicilian marine biologist Serena Ingotta has never understood men, but when she uncovers a mafia factory polluting the sea, it only adds to the things that confuse her.

Twenty-four-year-old Sicilian scientist Serena Ingotta has always misunderstood men, from her workaholic anti-mafia judge father to the Catholic seminarian she’s hopelessly in love with. Interning in a marin
ebook, 179 pages
Published January 19th 2021 by Totally Bound Publishing

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Sandy Salisbury
Jan 20, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Serena gets involved with men at the drop of a hat, but they aren't always what they seem. Roberto, a handsome volunteer at the children's charity? Enrico, a laid-back colleague, also dedicated to marine biology? Fernando, a consulate official there to help in her moment of need?

Her quest is to protect the marine environment around Sicily, but she's subconsciously seeking security in that one special relationship as well. Both goals are just out of her grasp. The story races around Sicily, fille
Feb 06, 2021 rated it really liked it
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Well worth reading. This is the second book I read from this author and this book was just as enjoyable as the first one. The author has an incredible way with words, using the full spectrum of metaphors, similies and vocabulary. I liked this well-thought-out story with characters that were very well developed and described. Good editing enhanced the experience. The subject matter grabbed me as I am a nature lover, with a particular fondness for marine life. I like fallible but determined heroin ...more
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Having finally learnt English, she’s enjoying it so much that she now writes short stories and romance novels.

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