MARRIED UNDER THE ITALIAN SUN
Starting over after a nasty divorce isn't easy for TV personality Angel Clannan, but she eventually settles her ailing grandfather into at the Italian villa that's part of her settlement. Dealing with Vittorio Tazzini, the property's former owner, is the hardest part. He believes her ex-husband cheated him of his legacy. Initially a thorn in Angel's side, Vittorio slowly becomes a friend and lover, but his feelings of loss are an obstacle to their future. Lucy Gordon's Married Under the Italian Sun (4) is a touch uneven -- by turns warmly humorous and highly dramatic -- but it's always involving, and the characters are wonderful.