Letters to Cupid

(2 customer reviews)


A scandal-plagued celebrity chef hides out in a Tuscan village where a statue of Cupid is rumored to have the power to grant the deepest desires of the heart. She soon falls for a local chocolate maker who is as irresistible as the sweets she sells, but the woman has been burned by Cupid before. Is there any power strong enough to thaw the heart of a woman who has given up on love?

2 reviews for Letters to Cupid

  1. Qwirkie1

    How can you go wrong with a Miranda MacLeod book? she has a funny bone that must be the size of Texas!
    This book has all of the feels and Miranda’s consistent choice of narrators has each novel leaving you feeling blissful and content.


  2. gaile

    I loved Letters to Cupid by Miranda MacLeod. Located in a small Tuscany town, the fountain is one of the best characters written into this romance. Andie and Valentina so rightfully belong together, and their journey in finding each other is delicious. You can imagine the smells and tastes of sharing a meal with a real Italian family, which I miss. Stephanie Murphy is the perfect narrator for the MacLeod novels.

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