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One Step to You (The Rome Novels) (Digital Audiobook)

By Federico Moccia, Will Collyer (Narrator)

Publication Date: March 1, 2021

Other Editions of This Title:
Paperback (3/2/2021)
Compact Disc (3/2/2021)

Description

From an international bestselling author, this modern romance story explores whether distance and separation can ever keep true love apart.

Published for the first time in English, One Step to You has captured the hearts of millions and garnered a dedicated fan base across the world. The Romeo and Juliet of their time, Babi and Step spend the best days of their lives together, but belonging to opposite worlds may eventually tear them apart forever. Just as in every other place in the world, teenagers in Rome, Italy, forge their own path separate from their parents. Some are hardworking and studious like Babi, a young girl waiting to find the love of her life. Then there are bad boys like Step, who are from the wrong side of the tracks. The Romeo and Juliet of their time, Babi and Step are from different worlds, want different things, but cannot help falling in love. Although their relationship won't be easy, their love may be the best thing to ever happen to them.


About the Author

Federico Moccia is one of Italy's publishing phenomenons, and his emotional stories have been compared to the works of Nicholas Sparks and John Green. The first two Babi and Step books were blockbuster bestsellers in Italy, spending three full consecutive years on the Nielsen bestseller list. His books have been published in fifteen languages worldwide and have sold over ten million copies, and there are feature films in Italian and Spanish based on the first two books in the trilogy.

Learn more at: FedericoMoccia.es
Twitter @FedericoMoccia
Facebook.com/FedericoMocciaOfficial

Antony Shugaar is a translator and writer who lived for many years in Italy, France, and Spain. He has received two translation fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts. He has translated close to forty books for Europa Editions and has worked for many of the most prestigious publishers, trade and academic, in the US and the UK. He has translated extensively for the New York Review of Books and has written for the New York Times, the Times of London, and many other publications.