Sunday, 15 March 2015

The Echoes of Love by Hannah Fielding

Venetia is a young woman haunted by the echoes of love. She has vowed never to give her heart to another man after a tragic event and a lost love had left her with a pain so deep, she could never feel able to bring herself to love again.

Paolo is known for his reputation as a womaniser with a cloudy past. When he meets Venetia he is immediately attracted to her and quite shocked at just how much he is affected by her. Venetia is drawn to Paolo as much as she tries to stay away from him and avoid him.  Fate seems to intervene when she has no choice but to spend more time in his company. Is Venetia ready to let go of her past and give into her feelings when her head is telling her one thing and her heart another.

I was drawn into the romance and essence of this book from page one. The story intrigued me with the combination of suspense and romance to the story. The writing is very descriptive and an observing narrative of detail not necessary at times to the story. I did keep having to remind myself that it is in fact set in the modern day as there is a slightly old fashioned feel to the story like it could be set years before, just like Heathcliff and Cathy this story did move me to wuthering heights.

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