For the Passion of Romance book review blog
This was an engaging story of a young widow who finds an unlikely love interest when she returns to her home town of Venice. This story is filled with history, mystery, suspense and of course, romance. Highly enjoyable!
Claudia Harbaugh, author of Her Grace in Disgrace
I was blown away by Elizabeth McKenna's book Cera's Place so when she offered me a copy of this story I jumped at it. And again I was blown away. She takes us back in time and mixes mystery with romance flawlessly. The characters are dynamic. The way she describes time and place is just outstanding. This story just flows. My only complaint was I didn't want it to end. I escaped right into the pages and didn't want to leave.
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From the Author
If you love romance and a happy ending, please give Venice in the Moonlight a try. I have poured my heart and soul into creating a story that will transport you to another time and place. Please note that Venice in the Moonlight is a romance set in a historical time. As with all romance novels, the relationship between the main characters is the primary plot. I do not categorize this novel as literary historical fiction. With that said, I did do extensive research to make the setting and characters as historically realistic as possible. For example, Casanova was a student of Kabbalah, and Consul Joseph Smith was an art collector in Venice in the 1700s. However, it is a work of fiction and liberties were taken as needed.
I hope you enjoy my story!