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Abrand-new historic novel from Pamela Schoenewaldt, the USA Today bestselling writer of When We Were Strangers.
Italy,1905 Fourteen-year-old Lucia as well as her young mom, Teresa, are slaves in a wonderful suite on the Bay of Naples, where Teresa relieves their dissatisfied girlfriend with track. Unpredictable moods require them to leave, trading their cozy, opulent cage for the cool winds off Lake Erie as well as Cleveland’s troubled immigrant quarters.
With a voice as rising as well as differed as her state of minds, Teresa changes herself right into the Naples Nightingale on the vaudeville circuit. Brilliant as well as hardworking, Lucia blooms in institution till her mom’s devils return, fracturing Lucia’s desires.
Yet Lucia is not the only one in her battle for a far better life. Around her, next-door neighbors as well as buddies, brand-new Americans, are requiring good incomes as well as functioning problems. Lucia joins their fight, challenging dangers as well as chances that will certainly change her as well as her globe in means she never ever envisioned.
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