Magic Island: What Happens In Venice: Book Three Diana Cachey

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Magic Island: What Happens In Venice: Book Three  by  Diana Cachey

Magic Island: What Happens In Venice: Book Three by Diana Cachey
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Number One Amazon Bestseller Travel, Europe & Italy Travel, Bestseller International Crime & Mystery, Romance Novel Bestseller (ghosts).*Beauty *seduction *death! Sexy sleuth Louisa is back — with Venice as the lush backdrop for doubleMoreNumber One Amazon Bestseller Travel, Europe & Italy Travel, Bestseller International Crime & Mystery, Romance Novel Bestseller (ghosts).*Beauty *seduction *death! Sexy sleuth Louisa is back — with Venice as the lush backdrop for double murder & a web of passionate intrigue. In this final installment of the Trinity, Louisa captivates readers by deciphering clues planted by ghosts & struggling to resist the wicked charms of the very tempter she suspects.

Her unfinished love story continues to compete against her love affair with Venice and its secrets. She tries to enjoy her days of Venice travel, food and fashion and new admirer’s own brand of magic but the mystery of the dead glass makers still looms in the lagoon. Lively supporting characters add more sex, chuckles and suspense to the already twisted plots and turned phrases as they too must navigate their own romantic liaisons and thought provoking ghost encounters.

Magic Island gives everyone plenty to puzzle over right up to its surprising finish!REVIEWS:An outstanding book by a Venetian expert & thoughtful storyteller. I was expecting the steamy mystery but was pleasantly surprised by the Venetian language & history lessons.

The author really gets into it & we, the reader, are better off for the inclusion.The characters are believable & we are drawn into each of their worlds (even the sinister ones!). Diana keeps you on your toes throughout the novel & leaves you wanting more.The descriptive writing in the story is beautiful & allows you to create the scenes in your mind so even if you have never been to Venice you can imagine it with ease.

The way in which the story develops keeps you intrigued & asking what will the next clue be?Diana Cachey demonstrates her love affair with the city by creating sensory appeal as well as sharing secrets only the locals might know ... adding a tourist guide flavor to the pages while weaving an interesting tale of woman who takes a job in the magical city, lured there by ghosts... The vivid descriptions wrapped around me like a warm blanket.Having traveled to The Serene Republic many times, I can attest to this authors superb treatment of Venice, its culture and its people!

Im not really a ghost fan, but its so interesting to watch Louisa navigate the subtleties of Venetian life, relationships and communication. Venetians love secrets because it makes gossip juicier and this book captures that sentiment perfectly.

As I read I can smell the espresso brewing, feel the down- the-nose glares of the locals and sense the frustration and exhilaration of traversing this ever confusing city and the ever twisting clues left by the ghosts. Bravo to the author - I want more!!!!!As a long time fan of Venice this wonderful novel invokes the true spirit of Venice. Ms. Cachey has a finely tuned ear for the nuances of life in Venice. As I read it, I could see and hear the sounds of La Serenissima, enchanting me once again through and through. If you have never been to Venice this book is like a magic carpet ride that takes you there.

She captures the unique allure and mystery of Venice most wonderfully. in addition it is well written and plotted. I hope Part Two appears soon so I can again be whisked away again to the Most Serene Republic.I felt like I was in Venice while reading this book. I could imagine walking over the bridges, riding in a gondola and sipping espresso in a café. I enjoy a good ghost story and this one keeps you intrigued.

I can also relate to Louisa having had a Matteo (though he wasnt from Venice) in my life as well. I was also intrigued with mystery man Massimo, is he real or of another world.



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