Six Days in Rome by Francesca Giacco
Emilia, an artist, arrives in Rome alone. What was supposed to be a romantic trip has, with the sudden end of her relationship, become a solitary one.
Six days lie ahead. She wanders the streets, surrounding herself to the music, food and beauty of the city.
But when she meets John, an American living out a seemingly idyllic existence in Rome, their instant connection challenges how he sees her past, her family and herself. As their intimacy deepens, can Emilia begin to imagine life anew?
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