Under Italian Skies “The more she thought about a little pink house by the sea, simple and clean, the greater her longing to be there.” Stella has life under control and that’s the way she likes it. Under Italian Skies by Nicky Pellegrino. Paperback. Review copy provided by publisher. Hachette, April Synopsis-Stella has life under control – and that’s the way she likes twenty-five years, she’s been trusted assistant to a legendary fashion designer, but after her boss dies suddenly, she’s left with nothing to do apart from clear the studio. Book review: Under Italian Skies by Nicky Pellegrino Tuesday, Ap Permalink Almost exactly a year ago I read One Summer in Venice by Nicky Pellegrino and enjoyed it – particularly its references to the lead character’s quest for happiness and her insight into the fact that our needs and / or desires don’t necessarily make us happy.4/5. Nicky now lives in Auckland, New Zealand with her husband, dogs and horses. A former magazine editor, she combines work as a freelance journalist with writing number one bestselling novels, including Under Italian Skies, A Dream Of Italy and A Year At Hotel Gondola. Her books sell around the world and have been translated into numerous languages.
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