'My mother had a theory that we spent too much time getting to know men. She said it was only natural we became bored after a while, then of course we didn't want to marry them.'
Fiore is looking for a man, but not just any man. He must be a good dancer, politically aware, articulate, with a serious heart to boot. With standards that high, it seems she has nowhere to go but down.
Or has she? If she could just make up her mind where home is, Melbourne or Greece, and which comes first, love or here career. Her sisters have already done the unthinkable in going to Greece to live, leaving Fiore to appease their disappointed parents. And to steer a course through the modern world with her old-fashioned heart.
'Love Begins With An A' is a sassy novel about love, partying, sisters, politics, and all things Greek-Australian.