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Innamorata is the autobiographical look at love and relationships by Contessa. From first loves during school through to dating as a single parent and beyond this book is a frank, open and honest story that captured my attention from early on.
I admire Contessa and her strength. Her work ethic is something to astonish and I really enjoyed her insight into a variety of career paths. I was lured into this book and watched as a cheerleader as Contessa overcame each obstacle in her way in order to succeed. Her strength of character really shines through in her writing and she is very inspirational.
Contessa’s story seemed larger than life, with her friendship with members of a popular rock band and a well-known director. Contessa really has led an eventful life and to me is the perfect candidate to write an autobiography. I smiled to myself when I discovered that we share the same mantra (give me the serenity to accept things I cannot change…) and she has the strength of character I aspire to have.
I really enjoyed this book and think that this would happily recommend this book. I especially think that this would be a great book for young women to read.
Charlotte Walker, A LoveReading Ambassador
The journey of a young, unworldly girl, determined to achieve personal and professional success despite all the odds being stacked against her. Innamorata is the story of love, loss and perseverance. Multiple stories of love intertwined that takes readers on an emotional roller coaster, with a valuable life lesson derived from each chapter. Readers learn to be grateful for whatever we encounter on our life’s path, to embrace all experiences (good or bad) and to grow from each of them.
|Publication date:||20th May 2019|
|Publisher:||Page Publishing, Inc.|
|Primary Genre||Biographies & Autobiographies|
Contessa attributes her success to strong faith, determination and desire to reach her goals. She views mistakes as an integral part of the learning process and necessary for personal growth and development. Contessa studied at the Notre Dame School for Girls in Chicago, Illinois and total quality management under Dr. Donald Rice at Texas A&M University in 1994. She has also completed courses at the American Institute of Banking, American Management Association and Screenwriters Institute of Los Angeles. She is a member of the Writer’s Guild of America West and is the founder and creator of the ...More About Contessa