Review: The Women Who Love Rome, by London Tracy Reply

5 out of 5 Stars



This story is so funny you have to be careful were you read it because you will be laughing out loud at some of the antics that go one at the house of Rome.  I was not sure what to expect when you read the blurb but this was really good. First the name Thursday really, sounded a little strange but worked in this story. The “other” girls make this so funny and how they all make this work is beyond me but they do.

Reviewed by Brave One

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Rome is a rich, successful movie producer, accustomed to having his way; Thursday is sweet, naive, and eager to please. When the two ex-lovers cross paths, it’s love at first sight all over again.

After an explosive reunion, Thursday learns that Rome now shares his home with two ladyloves and has every intention of making her his newest conquest. Together, they embark on a daring, unorthodox living arrangement that pushes the boundaries of lust, love, and the forbidden.

About The Author:

Avid journaler. Dog lover. People lover. Writer. Lover of children. I believe that there’s good and bad in all of us and that the people who like us choose to only focus on the good. I possess an insatiable curiosity about all things. I adore character driven movies and instrumental music that transports me to a place of nirvana. I believe that Leonardo DiCaprio is the most fascinating actor of all time. If I could write as well as he acts, I would be rich. What I love to do more than anything else is talk. The book that most reflects my personality is my novel, “The Women Who Love Rome,” which is available for free at Contact me at londontracy44@yahoo.


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