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Miracle for the Girl Next Door Rebecca Winters

Miracle for the Girl Next Door Rebecca Winters

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 Romance, rivalry and a family reunited.
For years Lisa Firenzi and Luca Casali‟s sibling rivalry has disturbed the quiet, sleepy Italian
town of Monta Correnti, and their two feuding restaurants have divided the market square.Now, as the keys to
the restaurants are handed down to Lisa and Luca‟s children, will historyrepeat itself? Can the next generation undo its parents‟ mistakes, reunite the families and
ultimately join the two restaurants?
Or are there more secrets to be revealed…?
 The doors to the restaurants are open, so take your seats and look out for secrets, scandals andsurprises on the menu!Dear Reader,
For those who aren‟t acquainted with the aperitif Limoncello, I‟ve included the following recipe.
There are many others
 — 
much more elaborate
 — 
but this one is easy, fun and delizioso. Enjoy!Rebecca WintersITALIAN LIMONCELLO10 large lemons (preferably from the Rossetti lemon groves in Monta Correnti)1 liter (750 ml) Everclear alcohol
 
11/2 liters (61/3 cups) water (not mineral)3 pounds (61/2 cups) white cane sugarWash the lemons with a vegetable brush and hot water to remove any residue of pesticides orwax; pat the lemons dry. Using a potato peeler, take all the lemon rinds off of the lemons,making sure there is no white pith left on the peel. Place the rind-peelings in a large containerwith the alcohol. Cover the container and let it sit for seven days.On the eighth day, strain the peels from alcohol; discard peels.In a large saucepan, make a simple syrup by
combining the water and sugar; let it simmer “fast”
for 15 minutes. Let the simple syrup cool to room temperature. Add to alcohol.You are now finished and can take a sip right away.
REBECCA WINTERSMiracle for the Girl Next Door
Rebecca Winters, whose family of four children has now swelled to include five beautifulgrandchildren, lives in Salt Lake City, Utah, in the land of the Rocky Mountains. With canyonsand high alpine meadows full of wildflowers, she never runs out of places to explore. They, plusher favorite vacation spots in Europe, often end up as backgrounds for her Harlequin
®
Romancenovels, because writing is her passion, along with her family and church.Rebecca loves to hear from her readers. If you wish to e-mail her, please visit her Web site atwww.cleanromances.com.To my one and only darling daughter,Dominique Jessop,who recently signed her first contract with
 
Harlequin Books. Her study experience abroad inSiena, Italy, has caused her to become a lover of allthings Italian, just like her mother. With her inputon Limoncello, my novel has been enriched.
CONTENTS
CHAPTER ONE
CLARA ROSSETTI had started to descend the steep, narrow steps between the ancient buildings
of the hillside town when she heard a deep male voice behind her say, “Hey, Bella— 
how many
men have told you you‟re a remarkably beautiful woman?”
 His seductive delivery had been spoken in the local Italian dialect and had a slightly familiarring. But Clara assumed he had to be talking to some other female making her way down to thePiazza Gaspare below.Picking up her pace, she moved across the busy square to the bus stop where she would catch herbus. It would be the last one of the day. Timing was everything when she felt this tired. Once
 back at the farm she would eat a light dinner and go to bed. Tomorrow she‟d feel better.
 
Footsteps were gaining on her. “Clarissima—surely you haven‟t forgotten!”
 A quiet gasp escaped her throat followed by a burst of joy.

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