To celebrate Leap Year Day , ROME ALONE will be FREE to download at Amazon Kindle.
Set off for the Eternal City for a weekend break with housewife Bee and Alzheimer’s researcher Dr Neil McCarthy – both fleeing heartache, but not suspecting exactly what Rome has in store for them.
Adult content and themes.
Read the first three chapters at Amazon Kindle – or download the book free on Monday while you can!
Note: The start of the free download on Monday 29 February may depend on where you live because of time differences.
Read more about ROME ALONE at Goodreads.com
The sequel to ROME ALONE – ROME AGAIN – will be published on Kindle in 2016.
Image: Statue of Ceres – goddess of agriculture, fertility, birth and marriage – in the Piazza del Popolo, Rome. Ceres is always depicted with a sheaf of corn – and in this case, also has a basket full of fruit to symbolise an abundant harvest and fertility. Ceres is the daughter of Saturn and is usually draped in a flowing dress.