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Synopsis of the book:
From the Land of Fire and Ice back to England’s shores, Alexandria Featherstone finds herself the new Duchess of St. Easton. Her beloved husband has promised a wedding trip that will take them to where her imperiled mother and father were last seen — Italy and the marble caves of Carrara.
But a powerful Italian duke still plots against Alex and her treasure-hunting parents.
Hoping to save them, Alex and Gabriel travel to Italy by balloon. Fraught with danger on all sides and pressured to the breaking point by Gabriel’s affliction, the couple must learn what it really means to work and fight together as true lovers on a journey that requires steadfast faith in God and each other.
It’s a risk that will lead them to win everything they want or lose everything they have.
A satisfying end to a great love story. It was nice to journey with the newly married couple on their journey to find Alex’s parents. Like the other two books in this series, their journey was riddled with danger but this time they face it together.
Something that was a little different for this book was that we were not only following Alex and Gabriel’s journey but Alex’s parents as well. It made for adding a little more danger because we got to see the evil that came after both couples.
I very much enjoyed watching Alex and Gabriel become closer as a married couple. I wish that Gabriel’s affliction was better explained, but I suppose that would have ruined some of the mystery.
What I enjoyed most about this book:
The growing relationship between Alex and Gabriel as a married couple.
What I didn’t like about this book:
The supernatural aspect when they discover the treasure they were seeking. It was a little much for me.
My rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Would I recommend this book to others? Yes. This is the third book in the series but it could be read as a standalone.
Note: I received this book in a giveaway. I was not required to give a positive review. All of the opinions I have expressed are my own.
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