By Erica James
Der Lago di Como: wunderschön, bezaubernd, romantisch.
Für Floriana ist es der Ort, an dem die Liebe ihres Lebens seine Hochzeit feiert - zu der sie eingeladen ist.
Für Esme ist es der Ort, an dem sie sich vor über sechzig Jahren zum ersten Mal verliebte - in den Mann, mit dem sie nie zusammen sein und den sie trotzdem nie vergessen konnte.
Und für Adam ist es vielleicht der Ort, an dem er über die Trennung von seiner Ex-Freundin hinwegkommen kann.
Am Ufer des Sees suchen alle drei nun gemeinsam Antworten auf alte Fragen und Hoffnung auf ein neues Leben ...
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