Aphrodite’s Tears by Hannah Fielding Book Review

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[I received a free advance review copy by the author in exchange for an honest review]
This is by far the most exquisite book of Mrs Fielding’s. The rich and vivid way she captures the Greek atmosphere is undeniably breathtaking. Continue reading

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Indiscretion by Hannah Fielding Book Review

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[I received a free copy of this book by the author in exchange for an honest review. Thank you so much, Ms Fielding, for giving me this opportunity]

Can I be considered a Spaniard now that I’ve finished the Andalucian Nights series? I need to thank Ms Fielding for introducing me to:

  1. Proper historical fiction; I never imagined that I’d ever be capable of reading Historical novels. I’m so grateful for this series. I loved each and every book to pieces. The characters are so precious and each one of them holds a special place in my heart.
  2. SPAIN. Okay, I had this insane obsession with everything Spanish back in the day. But this is different on so many levels. I mean, I ACTUALLY KNOW SOME SPANISH NOW. It’s not much, but I genuinely know a couple of words, legends, proverbs, some Arabic ones at that! So, yes, saying that I spent the whole time fangirling over the most typical things in this series would be the understatement of the century.

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Three Weeks With A Princess Book Review

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[I received a free advance review copy in exchange for an honest review]
My first ever historical fiction book, and I’d say it went very well!!
Although I don’t have previous books to compare it to, I actually found that this book makes me want to read more books from this genre. Regency, London, plays, dancing… It was all very overwhelming, and extremely fascinating, to say the least. Though I’d say that Lia was a little naive at times… Continue reading