Saturday, February 11, 2017

Review: Burning Embers @fieldinghannah

TITLE: Burning Embers
AUTHOR: Hannah Fielding
RELEASE DATE: April 15th, 2015
PUBLISHER: London Wall Publishing
FORMAT: Paperback & Ebook
SOURCE: complimentary copy


After calling off her wedding, Coral Sinclair, a beautiful but naive young photographer, learns that she has also lost her father. Leaving the life she's known in England, she sails to Kenya to take ownership of her inheritance - Mpingo, the plantation that was her childhood home. On the voyage, Coral meets a charismatic stranger and their mystifying attraction shakes her to the core. When she encounters him again days later near Mpingo, she is warned that the man is not to be trusted. Rafe de Monfort, owner of a nightclub and the neighbouring plantation, is not only a notorious womanizer but also entangled with Coral's stepmother, which may have contributed to her father's death - or so the rumours go.



Hannah Fielding is an incurable romantic. The seeds for her writing career were sown in early childhood, spent in Egypt, when she came to an agreement with her governess Zula: for each fairy story Zula told, Hannah would invent and relate one of her own. Years later – following a degree in French literature, several years of travelling in Europe, falling in love with an Englishman, the arrival of two beautiful children and a career in property development – Hannah decided after so many years of yearning to write that the time was now. Today, she lives the dream: writing full time at her homes in Kent, England, and the South of France, where she dreams up romances overlooking breath-taking views of the Mediterranean. 
Hannah is a multi-award-winning novelist, and to date she has published five novels: Burning Embers, ‘romance like Hollywood used to make’, set in Kenya; The Echoes of Love, ‘an epic love story that is beautifully told’ set in Italy; and the Andalusian Nights Trilogy – Indiscretion, Masquerade and Legacy – her fieriest novels yet, set in sunny, sultry Spain. 

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Coral is going back to the place where she grew up. After her father's passing, she is back in Kenya. As soon as she arrives she meets an intriguing mysterious man. After some questioning to her old nana, she finds out that her step-mother and the mysterious man share a turbulent past. 

Coral and Rafe begin a journey to let go of the past and finding love. Of course the tension between Coral and Rafe is almost palpable. Their relationship is exciting and sensual, the passion between them makes the pages burn.

The book has more than 200 pages but the writing makes it so easy to read. You get lost in the pages and the romance and the exotic Kenya. And much sooner you finish the book filling whole and complete.

I really like all Hannah's books and this one is not the exception. I recommend this if you like romance.


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