Echo in the Wind (Donet Trilogy Book 2) By Regan Walker
My thoughts : Year 1784
This novel was extremely enjoyable for me. As an author, Regan is impressively detailed. An aspect that stood out to me were the intricate descriptions of the food items throughout the novel. I felt as though I were there eating alongside the kings and queens !!
Another enjoyable facet for me was the illustration of the men and women’s attire.
Regan lays passages out in such a way that you felt as though you were walking through The Hall of Mirrors in the palace of Versailles in the company with Queen Marie Antoinette and King Louis XVI.
The novel closely follows the life of Joanna, daughter of The Earl of Torrington.
Throughout her adventures, destiny falls in her lap when she encounters the elusive Jean Donet Compte de Saintonge and falls madly in love.
If you are looking for a novel with rich history, vivid detail and captivating adventures, look no further. You won’t ever want to put this down.
Regan Walker is an award-winning, #1 Amazon bestselling author of Regency, Georgian and Medieval romances. She writes historically authentic novels with real historical figures along with her fictional characters. Among the awards she has won are the International Book Award for Romance Fiction, the San Diego Book Award for Best Historical Romance, the RONE Award for her medievals and the Illumination Award for The Refuge: An Inspirational Novel of Scotland.
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