Hannah Fielding, review, romance

The Echoes of Love by Hannah Fielding- review


Title: The Echoes of Love

Author: Hanna Fielding
Genre: Romance
Pages: 404(paperback)
Publisher: London Wall Publishing (December 6, 2013)


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My review:
     After a disastrous relationship with her love of her life and broken heart, Venetia moves in Venice. Venice is the city of water and the city of mysterious streets and captivating canals and the most romantic town in the world. After many years in Venice, Venetia builds the fortress in her heart, which is closed to men. She allows to herself little flirting, but that is all. One evening on Venetian Carnival she has attacked also she was saved by a “knight in shining armor,” a Venetian Baron Paolo, a thoughtful and attractive man. There something that she is afraid of in Paolo. He is thoughtful, but also he is a very mysterious man. She has the past, so as well as he. Secrets…, twist…, evil people…, fate…
    This is a great story about love, broken heart, lost, intrigues, seduction and all that happen in magical Venice and beautiful Tuscany.
I enjoy while I turning the pages of this book, I like reading descriptions of
Venice. The author is the perfect narrator and storyteller I still have that feeling that I was there, but I’ve never been in Venice or in Italy.
    Venetia is an interesting character; she is persistent, proud and so unaware of her beauty. In the first page when I was read about her and adore her, but later began to gets on my nerves with her stubbornness and then I realized that I like her again.
   Paolo is very, very attractive man. He is good looking and strapping, but the most attractive thing in him is mysteriousness. I adore when Paolo was telling the legends from Italy that were one of the most romantic things in the book.
The copy of the book was provided by the author.
My rating: 5/5(great book)

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