Alternate Rialto

Alternate Rialto All Emily Miller wants from her trip to Italy is the chance to get over her recent breakup Watching her beautiful best friend Jenn revel in the attention of countless available men isn t helping matte

  • Title: Alternate Rialto
  • Author: Kimberly Menozzi
  • ISBN: 2940012596291
  • Page: 393
  • Format: Nook
  • All Emily Miller wants from her trip to Italy is the chance to get over her recent breakup Watching her beautiful best friend Jenn revel in the attention of countless available men isn t helping matters After arriving in Venice for the final week of their trip, hurt and disappointed, Emily strikes out on her own.After a chance encounter in a paper shop, she finds herselfAll Emily Miller wants from her trip to Italy is the chance to get over her recent breakup Watching her beautiful best friend Jenn revel in the attention of countless available men isn t helping matters After arriving in Venice for the final week of their trip, hurt and disappointed, Emily strikes out on her own.After a chance encounter in a paper shop, she finds herself the object of the affections of a handsome Venetian named Jacopo At his invitation, she decides to throw caution to the wind and take a chance on a once in a lifetime fling Before she can do so, however, Emily must let go of the pain of her past and learn how to trust her own judgment in matters of the heart Nevertheless, as Jacopo reveals about himself and his surprisingly long term intentions toward her, Emily comes to realize that in Venice, not all the masks are put away after Carnevale A novella of approximately 35,000 words, Alternate Rialto is a prequel to Kimberly Menozzi s Ask Me if I m Happy.

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    About “Kimberly Menozzi

    • Kimberly Menozzi

      An aspiring writer from the age of eight, Kimberly Menozzi began writing her first stories instead of paying attention in school While her grades might have suffered, her imagination seldom did She managed to keep most of her stories together for years, then lost them after a move when she left a trunk full of papers behind She meant to go back and get them, but circumstances prevented her from doing so So, she started over again And lost those, too.After a trip to England in 2002, she began work on A Marginal Life Well Lived , inspired by the music of Jarvis Cocker and Pulp The novel was completed in 2003, and is undergoing rewrites with hopes of publication in the near future.Also in 2003, she met and fell in love with an Italian accountant named Alessandro She married him in 2004 This necessitated her arrival in Italy and she has lived there ever since After several months of working for language schools and writing blog entries for her family in the US to read, new story ideas began to develop.Finally, in 2007, she began work on a new project, inspired by her love hate relationship with her new home The novel Ask Me if I m Happy was completed in 2009 and was first published in the UK in 2010, before its US release in 2011.Kimberly s most recent release was 27 Stages, a novel set in the world of professional road cycling.She is currently at work on another prequel novella for Ask Me if I m Happy, titled None So Blind.



    502 thoughts on “Alternate Rialto

    • Jacopo is a selfish tool. I know this already from reading Ask Me if I'm Happy. I was going into this book hoping to find some redeeming qualities in him, but none ever came to light. I would have liked for a little more insight as to what the heck he was thinking, but you have to read Ask Me to get any type of answer. At least then even HE recognizes that he's a selfish tool. As for Emily, she is young with no self esteem and no sense of self. You could totally understand her getting caught up [...]


    • Everybody has his own way of deciding how many stars to give to a book we read. My five stars are for books who captured me so much that I feel like I was not in this world anymore, made me feel so close to the story and so on. So the only reasons I didn't give five stars but four (for books I really like) is first of all that it is too short for me. When a book is really good I most of the time start to get really into the story around one hundred pages. The book is just a bit over hundred.The [...]


    • prequel to "Ask Me if I'm Happy". Could use more dialog between H/h to establish a connection and the last two sentences left me saying "what?!" Leaves you shocked and betrayed. However the backdrop in Italy was great. and the premise of 'ugly' girl gets her chance, was appreciated. Short read, 122 pages


    • Enjoyable read. For me this book was more about the descriptions of Venice than the romance. Jacopo appeared to be up to something or just a bit off mentally. I guess the reader finds out in the next book which I plan to read.


    • I liked this book. Emily is a genuine character. She is very likable, relatable, and you get easily invested in her adventure. The book is a fast read & keeps you wanting to keep turning pages.



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