A troubled young journalist goes undercover in Spain, and finds her loyalties tested when love and desire unearth secrets she hadn’t bargained for. When Luna Ward, a beautiful ice-blonde graduate, is commissioned by a leading New York science journal to investigate the head of a Spanish alternative health clinic, she jumps at the chance. But her life becomes far more complicated once she meets the man she has been tasked to expose. Luna finds Rodrigo de Rueda Calderon to be a brilliant, outspoken oncology specialist with irresistible, dark gypsy looks and a devilish sense of humour. The pair are irrevocably drawn to each other, but how can she give herself up to a passion that threatens to topple all reason? And how could he ever learn to trust the person who has kept her identity from him, even though he has a terrible secret of his own? The lovers unearth dark and brooding dramas in their family histories, binding them together in a web of intrigue that threatens to bring their lives toppling down.
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About the Author
Hannah Fielding is an award-winning romance author, who grew up in Alexandria, Egypt, the granddaughter of Esther Fanous, a revolutionary feminist and writer in Egypt during the early 1900s. After graduating she developed a passion for travel, living in Switzerland, France and England. After marrying her English husband, she settled in Kent and subsequently had little time for writing while bringing up two children, looking after dogs and horses, and running her own business renovating rundown cottages. Hannah now divides her time between her homes in England and the South of France.She has written four novels, all featuring exotic locations and vivid descriptions: Indiscretion and Masquerade (the first two titles in the Spanish Andalucían Nights Trilogy); Burning Embers (set in Africa); and The Echoes of Love (set in Italy). Hannah’s books have won many awards, including Gold Medal for romance at the Independent Publisher Book Awards and Silver Medal for romance at the 2014 Foreword Reviews IndieFab Book Awards (The Echoes of Love), and Gold and Silver Medals for romance at the IBPA Benjamin Franklin Awards (Indiscretion and Masquerade). Indiscretion has also won Best Romance at the USA Best Book Awards. Legacy, the third novel in the award-winning Andalucían Nights series, is published in 2016.
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Legacy: Love, Intrigue and Redemption Under the Scorching Spanish Sun (Andalucian Nights Trilogy) based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
"Legacy" is a great conclusion and - for me - the best book in the series. Like the previous books, it's well written; the writing is captivating and wonderfully descriptive (you can almost see the spanish scenery in front of you). The protagonists are likeable, have edges to them and secrets that make the story exciting. The dynamic between them is interesting as well. Luna has problems to trust men due to traumatic experiences in her past, which is why she does not really welcome Ruy's advances even though she feels attracted to him. Moreover, her reason to be in Spain is to write about the alternative medicine he practices and she regards as quackery which he doesn't know. He also has a secret that could hurt their blooming relationship. conceals something that could hinder their relationship stones. This keeps the book captivating and as a reader, you just wait for both to learn the truth and how they react to it. The development of their relationship is well written and there are many beautiful, romantic moments between them. I must say that Luna's prejudices against Ruy have bothered me a bit, but when you consider what she has experienced, they are understandable. It was nice to see that she slowly looked behind the facade and realized that some things are different than she thought. Of course it is not easy between them. Both make mistakes, there are misunderstandings, they do not communicate well. This was frustrating, but the book itself refers the famous Shakespare quote that the course of true love never runs smoothly and this certainly applies to Luna and Ruy. The chemistry between them is obvious and you feel that they belong together, but they have to overcome obstacles and mature before they are really ready for their happy ending. It was worth it though - I really liked the way the story ended. I also liked that the couples from the first two volumes - Alexandra and Salvador as well as Luz and Andrés - appear again and that you can see how happy they still are after all the decades they were together. I give "Legacy" four stars. The love story was nice, the characters likeable and although there is also drama, it was well balanced and not over the top.
When a troubled young journalist heads to Spain to investigate and expose the truth behind an alternative health clinic touting cures for cancer, she is not only unprepared for what she discovers, but she will also find answers to her own heritage and any ghosts in their closets. At first blush, we can prepare for an intriguing romantic suspense novel filled with hidden agenda, secrets and lies, as two strangers are caught up in a whirlwind romance that steals both of their hearts. Once you begin reading, you know this is something special, something purely in Hannah Fielding’s style, lyrical, enchanted and alive. LEGACY is just another in a string of books by Ms. Fielding that will sweep readers into her world, as she creates the beauty and romance of Spain with her words. Don’t expect a high velocity start, expect to be gently brought into this tale on the breezes filled with the smell of flowers, the feel of the breezes and the energy of the streets. Feel the settings come to life like magic, as Luna undertakes her investigation in a foreign land that has enchanted her as much as the doctor she is investigating. Rodrigo de Rueda Calderon is as brilliant as he is charming and handsome, but what is going on in his clinic? Does he hide secrets? Passion flares, blending with the sights, sounds and sometimes flamboyant citizens of Cadiz. Truly a romance between two people that will be filled with conflict, yet, Hannah Fielding has also given a flare of reality to her tale. One will see the Spanish phrase as Luna hears it and it is as if we hear her mental translation as it is repeated in English. Do NOT let that break your concentration, feel it as a piece of what anyone hearing a foreign language would! Once again, Hannah Fielding has brought the world of romance to life with her quiet and passionate words and descriptions. The final question remains, what will happen between two intense human beings when their truths are revealed? I received this copy from Hannah Fielding's PR in exchange for my honest review, having read the previous books in this series.