Gemma has had little contact with her son's father, Marcus Rossini, and is surprised that she feels regret when she discovers he's marrying. But she quickly turns on Marcus when he informs her that he's moving to Italy and taking their son with him. He offers Gemma one alternative—THE ITALIAN MARRIAGE (3). As much as they may love and want each other, they have one big cloud hanging over their head—the lies from Marcus' now-deceased brother that have kept them apart all these years. Kathryn Ross' latest features strong characters with explosive chemistry, but the conflict relies on misunderstandings.

Reviewed by: 
Shannon Short