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Three Months in Florence by Mary Carter
August 19, 2013 - Amy Phelps
A failed marriage leads a woman to new self discovery in Mary Carter's "Three Months in Florence."
Lena is raising her two kids with her husband, Alex, who is constantly going to Florence on business without her. Becoming more and more angry about his absence, Lena soon learns the horrific news - Alex has an Italian mistress. Though Lena takes her kids to see him, she finds everything strained between the two of them. And as Lena begins to learn more and more about Alex's relationship with Alexandria, she begins to question everything she thought she knew about her marriage. And with a handsome Italian of her own named Marco, Lena has to ask just what her future will hold. A story of love and loss, this is a powerful tale of endings and beginnings and one woman's voyage of self-discovery.
"Three Months in Florence" is published by Kensington. It is $15 and 336 pages long.
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