What is the deal with the ending of It’s In His Kiss? Why did Isabella do what she did?
I’m being deliberately vague here, as I don’t want to spoil the story for anyone who hasn’t yet read it, but Isabella did what she did because it just seemed to me that that was what she’d do. Seriously, isn’t it sweet revenge for Violet that Hyacinth had a daughter exactly like her?
I couldn’t leave Hyacinth hanging forever, though, so I’ve wrapped up that little hanging plot thread in It’s in His Kiss: The 2nd Epilogue. Hope you enjoy!
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Did You Know?
I received research help for It’s in His Kiss from fellow author Eloisa James, who is fluent in Italian. I also received research help from my dad, who is not fluent in Italian but who is quite adept with a Google search.