Rated of 5
by Sally G. (Saint Johns, FL)
I gravitated to this book as the reviews stated the story was born of a real person but fictionalized.
It started out very strong and the characters were very much like the yuppy culture of today. As it went on I started to dislike Erika as a spoiled brat. She was gifted with the voice of an angel and yet angry as she could not have a child. I almost felt her stamping of feet….but I want a child and then continue my dream to sing opera in Italy. The husband, Peter, was almost as bad.
Enter the timeless issue of fertility and the doctor, Dr. Ravell , with his modern designs for infertility treatment.
The three lives become intertwined in Boston, beautiful and lush coconut plantations in Trinidad and finally in Italy.
This book has a romantic story to tell and is an easy read.