Love's Legacy can now be ordered directly from any bookseller
Finally! Love’s Legacy: Viscount Chateaubriand and the Irish Girl goes live! The book was officially launched on Tuesday, October 5, and can now be ordered directly from any bookseller.
If you read the book and enjoy it, please consider writing a review and posting it on any book website (e.g., Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Goodreads, Readers’ Favorite, or your local bookseller). Note: Amazon dominates the book market and has an algorithm that boosts a book’s visibility with every 25 reviews. If you have the time, you can post your review on multiple websites.
Here is a compilation of pre-publication reviews thus far:
Pre-publication reviews of
Love’s Legacy: Viscount Chateaubriand and the Irish Girl
“Historic nonfiction with a romantic twist…a bewitching journey of love, pain, and discovery…unfailingly clear and engaging…presented with academic rigor and a storyteller’s élan…a lively dive into French history, family legend, and a storied lover and writer.”
“Love’s Legacy is exciting…fascinating…the writing is clear and direct…its pace makes it suspenseful… glossy, full-color plates of artwork and documents add to the reading pleasure of visiting different time periods and countries…the narrative action is historical detective work about the nature of truth and the legacy of education.”
“…at once a romance, a memoir, and a genealogical mystery… Love’s Legacy entertains, educates, and is an especially revealing, good read highly recommended for a wide audience.”
“…a truelife mystery tour…incredibly readable and exciting…an air of discovery and excitement in every page…kept me totally enthralled…I can highly recommend this read.”
“…drew me in from the first page…engaging…I recommend Love’s Legacy also for the sheer pleasure of its delicious wordsmithing…this story of five generations is a feat in itself.”
“…a delightful reading experience - part mystery, part family saga…gives the reader a few universal truths to ponder…gem of a story deserves to be read and savored!”