Wednesday, 30 July 2014

Book News: The Echoes of Love

Today I am very pleased to tell you about the incredible Echoes of Love 
by Hannah Fiielding.

The Echoes of Love wins Gold Medal Award at the Independent Publishing Book Awards

Hannah Fielding’s gripping romance,The Echoes of Love competed with titles by authors from over 33 different countries to win Gold medal in the Romance category at the 18thIndependent Publisher Book Awards held in New York. The publisher crossed the Atlantic to accept this hugely respected and well-deserved prize. The award organisers credited the publisher with the ability to “take chances and break new ground” in the Romance genre. 

Praise for gold award-winning The Echoes of Love

An epic love story that is beautifully told, one of the most romantic works of fiction ever written The Sun
Fans of romance will devour this in one sitting The Lady
The book is the perfect read for anyone with a passion for love, life and travel Love it!
Romance and suspense, with a heavy dose of Italian culture Press Association

Venetia Aston-Montague has escaped to Italy’s most captivating city to work in her godmother’s architecture firm, hoping to recover from a broken heart. For the past ten years she has refused to let herself fall in love, only to be caught off guard during carnival when she is rescued from armed thieves by a charming Italian, Paolo Barone.

Drawn to the powerfully attractive Paolo, and despite warnings of his ladies-man reputation, Venetia can’t help being caught up in a passionate affair.

When she finds herself assigned to a project to refurbish his magnificent home deep in the Tuscan countryside, Venetia not only faces a beautiful young rival but dark reminders of her past, determined to come between them.

Can Venetia trust that love will triumph, even over her own demons? Or will a carefully guarded, devastating secret tear them apart forever?

About the Author
Hannah Fielding was born and grew up in Alexandria, Egypt. Her family home was a large rambling house overlooking the Mediterranean where she lived with her parents and grandmother, Esther Fanous, who had been a revolutionary feminist and writer in Egypt during the early 1900s.

Fluent in French, English and Arabic, Hannah’s first experience of the world outside of Egypt was attending finishing school in Switzerland aged 18, after which she travelled extensively throughout Europe and England where she met her husband Nicholas. It was love at first sight.

Hannah and her husband divide their time between their home in Kent and their house in the South of France, which Hannah has beautifully restored. Hannah’s first novel Burning Embers was published in 2012.

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