Christmas in Venice

Posted 21st December 2016 by Emma Poulloura in Blog Tours, Reviews / 0 Comments

Christmas in Venice

Christmas in VeniceChristmas in Venice by Meadow Taylor
Published by HarperCollins on 4th December 2012
Genres: Chicklit, Christmas
Pages: 100
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Olivia’s Christmas trip to Venice, Italy, should be a holiday dream come true. But when her unattended luggage becomes the focus of a handsome Italian policeman’s bomb investigation, she worries she won’t even make it out of the Marco Polo Airport. Practically handcuffed to the best-looking man she’s ever seen, can Olivia convince him she isn’t a terrorist before he writes her off for good? Christmas in Venice is the perfect little treat to start the holidays off with a smile.

This is a short story about Olivia. Olivia is due to start a new job in Venice in the new year but instead of spending Christmas alone she decides to take the trip early.

But when she is arrested in the airport she thinks it’s all over.

This was a lovely little story but unfortunately unlike the title suggest we do not spend any time in Venice. The whole book was set in the airport. I was disappointed by this as I adore Venice and I was looking forward to reliving this city.

The writing in this book is excellent and I can’t wait to read the follow-up Midnight in Venice.

About Meadow Taylor

Meadow Taylor is the author of Midnight in Venice, The Billionaire's Secrets, Falling for Rain, and the short stories Christmas in Alcatraz, Christmas in Venice, and Christmas in Bruges. She loves to hear from her readers - please email her at meadowtaylor1@gmail.com and join her Facebook page at

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About Meadow Taylor

Meadow Taylor is the author of Midnight in Venice, The Billionaire’s Secrets, Falling for Rain, and the short stories Christmas in Alcatraz, Christmas in Venice, and Christmas in Bruges. She loves to hear from her readers – please email her at meadowtaylor1@gmail.com and join her Facebook page at

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