Roberta Capizzi


Bio

Roberta is an Italian author of sweet, heart-warming romances set in Ireland or in small towns in the United States—two places where she’d love to live while writing full-time. She’s also an avid reader who thinks daydreaming should be a paid profession and that the world would be a better place if bookworms ruled it.
Growing up as an only child, she spent all her free time with her nose stuck in books, enjoying the company of fictional friends, while dreaming of becoming an author. Discovering books by Rosamunde Pilcher was the turning point in her life, and she decided to start writing down the stories that kept playing in her head, just for fun. After the first couple of stories, though, she found it impossible to stop—and she’s been writing ever since.
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Saved By An Angel (preview)

Soul mates always find each other . . .
For twenty-four years, Claire Neeson has been invisible. Falling in love isn’t her plan, especially now that she’s busy building a new life for herself.
That’s when she meets him.
David O’Hagan is haunted by nightmares. After losing his older brother in a car accident more than a year ago, he has been trying to go back to his old life, hiding his grief behind a mask nobody can see through.
That’s when he meets her.
When their worlds collide, David and Claire feel something spark but one minute is all they have before they go their separate ways.
Sometimes true love can heal the deepest scars. If you believe.

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A Christmas Melody (preview)

She dreamed of a Christmas wedding. He was happy to oblige. But they weren’t expecting a trip home to change their beliefs.
Even though they’ve been living the American dream in Boston for more than ten years, Valerie and Ryan know the best place to celebrate their Christmas wedding is back home in Ireland.
They were only supposed to spend a week in Dublin with their families, celebrate their special day, and go back to their lives in Boston. So when homesickness starts creeping into their hearts, they label it as just a little nostalgia caused by the festive season. Until an unexpected complication, only days before the wedding, makes Valerie and Ryan realize it’s time they decided where they really belong.
A sweet Christmas romance that will warm your heart all year long.

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The Melody In Our Hearts (preview)

Valerie Fogarty’s career as a surgeon ended the day she lost her first patient, when guilt made it impossible for her to set foot in an operating room ever again. Even though her career is crumbling, she knows she can count on one constant in her life: her best friend, Ryan.
Ryan Wyler has dreamed of becoming a professional pianist ever since he was a kid listening to his grandpa’s Sinatra records. When a talent scout offers to turn him into a jazz star, he doesn’t need to think twice. Success is a double-edged sword, though, and being away from Valerie so much soon makes him question his choices.
When Ryan’s life hangs by a thread and they nearly lose it all, will they finally open their eyes and listen to their hearts?

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No End To Love (preview)

A new small-town series for fans of sweet romance. Welcome to Spring Harbor, where love is in the air.
Ellie Hawthorne lost her faith in love when believing a lie cost her a job she loved, as well as her reputation.
Adam Cavanagh lost his faith in love when his wife died in his arms, leaving him with their six-month-old daughter.
When Adam moves in next door to Ellie, their lives inevitably entangle, but he’s heartbroken and she’s disillusioned. Can they get over their fears and let their friendship become love?
If you like heart-warming romances focused on emotions, small-town settings, and tight-knit communities, you’ll love the books in the Love In Spring series.

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Unplanned Love (preview)

All Charli Wingate wants is a successful career in the city. Marriage isn’t her thing, and kids give her hives. But when she loses her precious job, all her carefully laid-out plans crumble and she’s forced to seek refuge in the boring small town her best friend now calls home.
Kean Cavanagh wants nothing but a quiet life in his hometown with a wife and a bunch of kids. Ever the gentleman, when he sees a pretty stranger stranded on the side of the road, he’s eager to help—until he finds himself staring down the barrel of a handgun.
Her life might be in tatters, but Charli is determined not to be a damsel in distress—as Kean finds out the hard way. Whoever said that opposites attract was dead wrong. Or maybe not?

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Hugged By An Angel (preview)

How can you ever love again when tragedy has crushed your heart?
Kathleen used to love life. She had plans, dreams, and faith in life; but that was before the accident that took it all away from her in an instant. Now that her beloved brother is dead and she's confined to a wheelchair, her future is but a dark cloud hovering above her head.
Colin has been working as a physiotherapist in Dublin for almost five years, but he’s never bonded so much with a patient like he is bonding with Kathleen; there's something about those sad blue eyes that makes him want to help her, to take away the pain that reminds him so much of his own.
Sometimes love can work miracles. If you believe.

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Hold On To Love (preview)

A wealthy city girl. A stubborn cowboy. Get ready for sparks to fly!
All Alyssa O’Riordan needs is three weeks away from her wealthy life in New York City, to clear her mind and decide what she wants from her life. A dude ranch in Wyoming seems like the perfect place for a temporary escape from the cage her life has become.
For Sean Maclaine, three weeks around the new guest feel like an eternity. After his first-hand experience with the upper class, rich daddy’s girls have become his worst nightmare, so when Alyssa O’Riordan shows up at his family’s ranch, he knows the time won’t go by fast enough.
Will three weeks be long enough for them to get over their prejudices and start looking beyond the surface?

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