Review: Roman Crazy

Roman Crazy
Roman Crazy by Alice Clayton

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Well now I’m hungry!
What a fantastic trip to beautiful Rome. Transported as a tourist/artist, this adventure was close to my heart. Food, Art, beautiful places, friendships, love and passion. A self discovery as important as the one of the characters.

From the start, Avery’s monologues were one of a kind, really enjoyable to listen/read. Marcello had his passion in his mouth, like every Italian who thinks and speaks with his heart. Italian man, no need to argue, right?

Avery was careful with her feelings, hiding still inside, fighting her own insecurities and trying to make things right this time.

It’s difficult to separate the mind from the heart, always.

A struggle of emotions: Leave the comfort of her past, although a comfortable lie, to live a second opportunity or maybe not a second but to get back to her dream, to the one. It will be hard. Until now she didn’t realize that she left herself behind. But she wants to live and to risk it, it will be worthy ๐Ÿ˜‰

I recommend this book! You’ll want to escape to Rome. Be warned! ๐Ÿ˜‰

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Author: Monica Sofia Alves

...waiting to be awake... ... dreaming in colors... I'm me. I'm true I feel, I paint. I play with paint, piano, even my guitar. Last, I write... oh and I smile everyday :) My first poem here:

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