Affair in Venice

Affair in Venice When Erica went to work in Venice she had never dreamed that she would end up by falling in love with the attractive immensely rich Conte Filippo Rosetti And Filippo s close friend Claudia Medina it

  • Title: Affair in Venice
  • Author: Rachel Lindsay
  • ISBN: 9780373101047
  • Page: 257
  • Format: Paperback
  • When Erica went to work in Venice she had never dreamed that she would end up by falling in love with the attractive, immensely rich Conte Filippo Rosetti.And Filippo s close friend Claudia Medina, it soon appeared, was going to see to it that it remained only a dream

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    About "Rachel Lindsay"

    1. Rachel Lindsay

      aka Roberta Leigh, Janey Scott, Rozella LakeRita Shulman was born in London, England She developed a big interest inart In 1948, she married Michael Lewin and they had a son, Jeremy.She began writing with her first published romance novel in 1950, and shecontinued published romance novels as Roberta Leigh, Rachel Lindsay,Roumelia Lane and Rozella Lake and as her maiden name Janey Scott She was one of the firstwriters to introduce strong career minded heroines who wouldn t be bossedaround by the hero.She had her own film company and wrote and produced 7 TV series forchildren Twizzle, Sarah Hoppity, Torchy and Space Patrol etc As well aswriting the stories, Roberta Leigh also wrote the music for her series,although this usually involved her humming or singing the tune into a taperecorder, after which someone else would arrange and write a score.She studied painting with Diana Raphael and Michael Chaitow, and theyawakened her interest in abstract art Her medium is oil, and watercolour inits various forms This is done either on paper, or paper bonded on canvasor on board Her work is deeply emotional, and during a painting sessionmany paintings may be discarded before a state of transcendental calm isobtained Only then does the true process of creation begin Her firstexhibition was held at the home of Robert Brenner, founder of the Instituteof Safety Analysis, Washington DC and the commissions which followed delayedher next exhibition for two years This was at the Podbury Gallery inLondon where she remained until the owner retired She then went toFinnegans Gallery in Mayfair, and remained there until it closed due toWendy Finnegan s ill health.She now works privately for clients in England, North America andSwitzerland But, romantic fiction has a special place in her life Shelives in London, loves children, dogs and cats and, since the death of herhusband, finds her romance in the books.

    773 thoughts on “Affair in Venice”

    1. Pretty decent oldie. It had a different structure than most HPs. The I love yous came early then there were complications.


    2. Heroine lacked self-confidence and was a shrew for most of the story. Hero was delightful. I thought he deserved much better. He should have married OW, even though she was a money grubbing thief.



    3. Another win from Rachel Lindsay.I always love the beautiful and strong heroine of hers. Erica added the dimensions by her insecurities, which was fit for her character's age and background. And the besotted hero, Filippo, although his arrogance was sometimes annoying but with all the wealth and power he had it was to be expected. And there was really no doubt of his love for her.


    4. Very good book and much as I remembered it. I think this was a HPresents that I read more than once back in the day and it brings good memories even though it is old fashioned in tone the way the heroine makes a token stab at being an independent woman. She is until the big strong man comes along and promises to takes care of her.


    5. Dear lord these two were exhausting. Erica with her endless games and Filippo with his insecurities (which come and go as the plot requires). They deserve each other.


    6. Another sweet romance by miss. Lindsay. Both the hero and heroine were good. this is one of those rare stories in which I can't be partial towards any of them. Heroine was very sweet and hero wad obviously smitten by her after the initial misunderstanding. what a beautiful read! it definitely lightened my mood.



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