Synopses & Reviews
In the fifties, it took a lot of courage for a Catholic woman to get a divorce. That is what Julee Novak Chusack did. She divorced Stanley, the man who promised her everything. A good decent life and family. He cheated on her from the first year of their marriage. He never held a job long enough for her to feel secure that he would be able to support a family. Trying to forget the religious disgrace of being a divorced woman, Julee and her best friend, Ellen, who recently separated from a long term courtship, decided they needed to get away. What better place to forget the two poor excuses for men, than a vacation in Europe. A chance meeting with Ruby and her mother, Mrs. Romanoffski, a bona-fide gypsy, proved to be the high-light of their vacation plans. After a tea leaf reading, and two week's of fun, it was easy to change their scheduled plans. They soon found they loved Europe and the people. They also found, when their vacation time was up, it was difficult to leave. It was quite possible their new admirers could be the men in their future. They needed time to find out if the fascination was real. Long Island is a long way from Italy.