A story of love, intrigue and redemption
The third book in her sweeping Andalucían Nights Trilogy
Summer, 2011 – 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.
|Publisher:||London Wall Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||9.30(w) x 6.30(h) x 1.80(d)|
About the Author
Hannah Fielding was born and grew up in Alexandria, Egypt, the granddaughter of Esther Fanous, a revolutionary feminist and writer in Egypt during the early 1900s. Upon graduating with a BA in French literature from Alexandria University she travelled extensively throughout Europe and lived 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, Ireland and the South of France. She has written five novels, Indiscretion,Masquerade, Legacy (the Andalucían Nights Trilogy), Burning Embers, and The Echoes of Love. Hannah’s books have won various awards including, Gold Medal for romance at the Independent Publisher 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.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Luna Ward is a medical journalist sent on assignment to infiltrate a clinic claiming to have found “natural” alternative medicine that works. Her passion to prove this a hoax comes from deep emotional scars. Luna is surprised to find the young and sexy man that she connected with on the plane, with witty banter and a wonderful intellect was none other than the head of the clinic. And she can’t get him out of her head. Luna and Ruy Rueda De Calderon, clinic’s lead doctor have many secrets that cause havoc in their lives. Legacy was a slow start for me but once I was hit by some of Fielding unexpected twists and turns throughout the tale. This was my first read in the Andalucian Nights series and found that Legacy read like a standalone, not leaving me feel like I was hanging in the dark. Overall, this is a good contemporary romance with a slight touch of Gypsy Hoodoo on the side. I received this copy of Legacy from Hannah Fielding. This is my honest and voluntary review.
Legacy is an intriguing, well-written, compelling romance novel by author Hannah Fielding. The book introduces us to Luna Ward, a beautiful ice-blonde half-American half-Spanish girl. When she’s commissioned by a leading New York science journal to investigate the head of a Spanish alternative health clinic, she jumps at the chance. But she never expected she would fall for him. He’s a brilliant, outspoken man, with irresistible looks and a devilish sense of humor. Luna feels drawn to him, but can she give in to the passion she feels, especially when she can’t really be honest toward him? I didn’t read the previous books in the series, but I had no trouble following along for this story. It’s a very passionate, romantic story set in a picturesque small town in Southern Spain, which immediately gives it a holiday feel. A large part of the book is the gypsy community, and I enjoyed reading more about gypsies, their culture and lifestyle. Luna was an interesting character, and I could easily connect with her. Ruy was amazing too, dark, handsome and mysterious. The chemistry between them is undeniable, and they’re both very passionate and romantic. An ideal romance novel for during a holiday abroad (if you’re going to Spain, and enjoy romances, I can’t think of any book I could recommend more than this one) with a solid cast of characters and an excellent setting. I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.