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Advertising executive Mel Sheraton has her life under control--and she likes it that way. Until a trip to Italy brings her face-to-face with her past--and gorgeous millionaire businessman Vann Capella.Swept away, Mel can feel her life falling apart. The more time she spends with Vann, the more she risks him learning her deepest secret. But now that she's rediscovered their explosive passion, how can she live without it?
The Italian's Passion Author: Elizabeth Power Description Advertising executive Mel Sheraton has her life under control—and she likes it that way. Until a trip to Italy brings her face-to-face with her past—and gorgeous millionaire businessman Vann Capella.Swept away, Mel can feel her life falling apart. The more time she spends with Vann, the more she risks him learning her deepest secret. But now that she's rediscovered their explosive passion, how can she live without it? Author Bio Elizabeth Power The world of Romance writing is far removed from Elizabeth Power's childhood days. Brought up in England, her parents' broken marriage coupled with her father's chronic ill-health meant life wasn't always easy, and times remained hard for the family until Elizabeth's late teenage years. Her father, a published author of children's stories was, and still is her role model for life, in that he never faltered from his beliefs and principles no matter how difficult the circumstances. His influence, and love of the written word was naturally passed to his daughter.The difficult times at home brought about many changes of school. The lack of continuity and generally unsettled nature of her education resulted in disliking school, and a constant longing to be out in the working world. Elizabeth's way of getting through these difficult years was to write, and she produced her first romantic novel of some sixty thousand words at the age of fourteen.It didn't take long before Elizabeth's literary aspirations were traded for that of the opposite sex and a career as a legal secretary. Life was so full during these years that her literary ambitions became somewhat overshadowed, although it goes without saying that short stories and poems frequently replaced the wills and conveyances in her typewriter during slack periods!A whirlwind romance resulted in 'wedding bells' in her early twenties. The needs of the home and a full time career became her priority. Despite the ever present nagging little voice in her conscience that constantly reminded her of her childhood dreams, the writing stopped. Her reply to her conscience was that 'she would start tomorrow', but there was always something to do.A few weeks before her thirtieth birthday, Elizabeth was thinking about what she had done with her first thirty years and realised she had been telling herself she would 'start writing tomorrow' for at least twelve of them. She couldn't help wondering, 'Whatever happened to that dream?' Withi
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