On the whole, I really enjoyed this book. The characters were authentic, funny, and likeable. The storyline was romantic, engaging, lively and humorous. It is a perfect chick-lit summer read and definitely makes me want to hop on a plane to Rome as the descriptions are so vivid and enticing.
For me, the only thing that let it down (otherwise it would have been a 5* review) was the ending as I felt it set feminism back about 50 years (I won’t expand anymore because I don’t want to spoil anything).