Wish You Were Italian (Hardcover)

An If Only novel (If Only...)

By Kristin Rae

Bloomsbury USA Childrens, 9781619632851, 352pp.

Publication Date: May 6, 2014

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Description

Enjoy Wish You Were Italian and the other standalone titles in Bloomsbury's contemporary If Only romance line centered around an impossible problem: you always want what you can't have!

The summer before senior year of high school. It's supposed to be one of the biggest summers of her life, but Pippa is headed to an art program she has no interest in. The one saving grace is it's in Italy. And when the opportunity strikes, she decides to ditch the program and travel Italy accomplishing her own list of goals. Things like swimming in the Mediterranean Sea, eating a whole pizza in one sitting…and falling in love with an Italian boy!

As she explores the famous cities of Rome and Pompeii, Pippa finds herself falling for two boys: a local guy she knows is nothing but trouble and a cute American archaeology student who keeps disappearing and reappearing at the strangest moments. Will Pippa find her true love before her parents find out the truth about her summer program?



About the Author

KRISTIN RAE is a native Texan with a slight northern accent thanks to all of her relatives in Chicago and a slight obsession with Italy thanks to its awesomeness. She lives in Houston, Texas with her husband and two boxers, Duke and Mylie.
www.kristincreative.blogspot.com
@kristincreative



Praise For Wish You Were Italian: An If Only novel (If Only...)

“A charming and addictive read. Devour this delicious treat like a double scoop of gelato.” —Lindsey Leavitt, author of Going Vintage and Sean Griswold's Head

“Enjoyable--an ideal beach read.” —Kirkus Reviews

“This breezy, envy-inducing romance opens the If Only series.” —Publishers Weekly

“Rae's debut novel is a breezy, fluffy summer read full of dreamy romance.” —Booklist

“Readers may enjoy the international setting and details about Italian culture and travel in this innocent romance.” —School Library Journal