#Excerpt 1 ~ THE ITALIAN’S UNEXPECTED HEIR by Jennifer Faye… #books #readers #romance #BartoliniLegacy #amreading

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The Bartolini Legacy

A secret, an inheritance, a journey to happy-ever-after!

A diary…

After their parents’ sudden deaths,

the Bartolini siblings Bianca, Gia and Enzo return home to Tuscany

and discover one of them is illegitimate!

A will…

As they’re reeling from the bombshell, the will is read.

The luxury family estate will be left to the sibling

who can generate the greatest income.

A summer to remember…

While they wait for the DNA test results,

each sibling embarks on their own vision for the vineyard’s future.

They have six months that will take them on a journey

of self-discovery and finding love along the way…

Read Bianca’s story in The Prince and the Wedding Planner

Discover Gia’s story in The CEO, the Puppy and Me

And look out for Enzo and Sylvie’s story in

The Italian’s Unexpected Heir… Coming soon!



Back Cover Blurb:

Her baby surprise proves…

…that one night will never be enough!

Reeling from the secrets that have torn his heritage apart, Enzo Bartolini is set on selling his family’s Tuscan vineyard and trying to forget the impulsive, dazzling night he and best friend Sylvie shared in Paris. While the sale moves forward, the thrilling awareness between him and Sylvie is harder to move past…especially when she upends Enzo’s world by revealing she’s carrying his baby!

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EXCERPT / Prologue – Part 1

It took almost losing everything…
to make peace with a troubling past
and embrace a loving future

Paris, France, July

“Congratulations! I knew you could do it.”

Enzo Bartolini turned to the beautiful woman standing next to him. The excitement in her voice and the sparkle in her eyes let him know she was more excited about this evening’s crowning achievement than he was. And that was the exact opposite of how things should be.

He was supposed to be the excited one—the one who felt as though he was on top of the world. This win was something he’d dreamed of for years. And now that it was here—now that he was holding the plaque with his name on it—the victory felt hollow.

The exhilaration he’d envisioned for this auspicious moment eluded him. The feeling of accomplishment—of finally being worthy of his father’s praise—was not to be. Shadows of the past smothered the brightness of the moment.

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