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This month MoM members could WIN 1 of 20 copies of The Lovers’ Guide to Rome by Mark Lamprell. This gorgeous romantic novel set around the beautiful sights of Rome tells the story of three couples and their adventures with love in the eternal city.

Young artist Alice has come to Rome for adventure and inspiration before settling down with her safe boyfriend, Daniel. Is there such a thing as love at first sight and how will she know if it’s happening to her? Middle-aged Meg and Alec have come to Rome to rekindle their love affair, which has faded over the years as they’ve become busy parents and successful businesspeople. Constance and Lizzie are here to scatter the ashes of Constance’s beloved husband Henry, who’s also Lizzie’s brother. But Lizzie doesn’t know the real story of how Constance and Henry met decades ago in Rome, and what secrets their trip back there will uncover.

The Lovers’ Guide to Rome will appeal to fans of One Day and Roman Holiday.

Available now where all good books are sold.

To find out more about this great read, go to Allen & Unwin

Please note this competition is open from 1st April 2016 until 1st May 2016 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. A. BarrettWA
  2. K. CockburnQLD
  3. N. MoloneyNSW
  4. A. SmythWA
  5. W. ChristidisWA
  6. K. VincentiWA
  7. T. HowardTAS
  8. C. LangleyNSW
  9. R. MurchieQLD
  10. J. PignataroVIC
  11. G. IvesQLD
  12. D. RitosaVIC
  13. H. MareeVIC
  14. D. HemmesQLD
  15. R. PerksQLD
  16. J. BrutonSA
  17. P. GraySA
  18. J. TroyQLD
  19. S. GarrettNSW
  20. D. GouldVIC
  • Having already had the absolute pleasure of visiting Rome in 2009 I would love to simply revisit all our spots from the Trevi fountain to the magificent ceilings of the breathtaking Sistiene Chapel. A visit to Rome cannot be complete without some our favourite Rome treat tirimasu!

  • I would visit the Trevi fountain with my partner. We would both throw a coin in and make a wish. Being in Rome is a wish come true. We would sit in a cafe enjoying each other’s company and gelato.

  • Look at the amazing ancient building’s and then indulge in gelato and other tasty Italian treats and then shop until our feet ached and our purses were a lot lighter. Basically do things to make my mum smile after the horrible start to the year she has had she deserves lots of happiness.

  • I would love to take the family to the Colosseum, to find the medal awarded to my husbands Nonno for his effort during the war. Other family members have tried but it has been under refurbishment when they have visited here. Would mean alot to my husband the family.

  • JUst spend the day in a cafe and enjoy the italian essence

  • See as much of it as humanly possible and then collapse in the evening with a Chianti.

  • I\\\’d shop at those beautiful boutiques near The Spanish Steps, Throw a few coins into the Trevi Fountain, Say Hi to Pope Benedict at the Vatican eat at a quaint little trattoria and follow it with a gelato from the market squares and then dance the night away at a Roman disco

  • Enjoy all of the culture and cuisine that I could take in one day! We’d visit all of the famous landmarks, and consume our favourite very delicious Italian pasta dishes and pizza.

  • I would visit the Trevi Fountain and throw in a coin in the hope that I would return to Rome another day. It is believe that if you in a coin you will come back to Rome. Also I would visit the Vatican and the Spanish Steps. I would eat pizza and wander around soaking up the atmosphere that is Rome.

  • go to a café and have a nice meal and a bottle of wine to wash it down

  • I’d have to visit Trevi Fountain, that would get my romantic juices flowing, followed by The Colosseum for a bit of Wow and interesting!

  • Make googly-eyes over a plate of pasta and lock lips over a bottle of red wine

  • Crank up on beautiful espresso and hit the streets. Go, go, go. So many beautiful and wonderful things to see and the food! Ahhhhh, bliss.

  • Sightsee, laugh, eat and share precious time.

  • Take a tour in a limo and let a local show us around. Yes, we’d see the Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, Borghese Gallery and more, without worrying about how to get there or where to park. And we’d lunch where the locals recommend. Bellissimo!

  • Hire a moped just like Audrey Hepburn in “Roman Holiday” and ride through the backstreets with my loved one, checking out all the culture and the sites not in the guidebook. Would be so amazing..

  • Be at the Trevi Fountain when the lights go on…..it\’s beautiful

  • After the boat ride over (because I’d NEVER get my hubby in an aeroplane) there would be lots and lots of sight seeing. On the top of my Roman wish list would be the Colosseum. I remember studying this at school and struggling to fathom the shear size of this wonder.

  • We would have breakfast and coffee at the Spanish Steps before walking around the City seeing the sights like Vatican City (St Peters, Sistine Chapel) and the Trevi Fountain while snacking on gelati and stopping for lunch at a cafe in a piazza somewhere and dinner at a quiet trattoria.

  • Enjoy the history and mystery of this amazing city

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