THE GLASS BUTTERFLY (Haunted Hearts Legacy #3) Author: A.G. Howard Pub. Date: August 15, 2018 Publisher: Golden Orb Press Formats: Paperback, eBook Pages: 278 Find it: Goodreads, Amazon
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Synopsis: For close to a decade, twenty-five-year-old Felicity Lonsdale has masqueraded as a dowager almost twice her age—selling caterpillars to butterfly consortiums—enabling her to hide an ill-fated past while raising her late brother’s daughters. Together, the three live on an isolated Irish estate bequeathed by a dying earl. When the earl’s estranged son arrives to claim his inheritance by threatening to expose Felicity’s true identity, she longs to pack up her nieces and run. But a ghostly secret within the castle’s turret holds her captive.
Nick Thornton—a Roma viscount’s heir—is also captive. After a tryst with an investor’s wife nearly destroyed his family’s holiday resort, Nick forsook everything to elope…
Today I had pleasure of interviewing Helen R. Davis. Mrs. Davis is the author of Evita; My Argentina, and the alternative history novels Cleopatra Unconquered, Isaballa Unashamed, and The Most Happy about Anne Boleyn. In this interview, Mrs. Davis talks about why she went from writing a straight biography to alternative histories, how she does her research, and more importantly, what to look for in the future! Thank you, Mrs. Davis!
Your first novel was about Evita. What drew you to write her story?
With so many films, biographies and documentaries on such an enigmatic woman I felt one thing lacking: Evita's voice. Her autobiographies don't really tell her story other than the political aspect of it. I wanted to imagine how Evita felt growing up and struggling as an actress.
Evita was a very complex woman with her charity and extravagant lifestyle. What do you readers to take away from Evita...My Argentina.
That Eva Peron was a human being, not the caricature the musical port…
Evita...My Argentina by Helen R. DavisPublication Date: February 10, 2017 Custom Book Publications eBook & Paperback; 228 Pages Genre: Historical Fiction/Biographical Source: This novel was given to me by Historical Fiction Virtual Book Tours in exchange for an honest review.
Synopsis: Evita Perón tells her own spectacular story. Tracing her life back to her humble beginnings, when she is abandoned by her father, Evita takes the reader on her journey to become an actress and later, to the pivotal moment when she meets Colonel Juan Perón. Never content to stay in her husband’s shadow, Evita reveals how she shares his belief that Peronism will help the working class. Eventually she begins doing work on her own as the president of the Society of Benevolence, helping the poor and winning the peoples’ trust. As the times change and women get the vote, Evita becomes even more powerful, running the Ministries of Labor and Health, starting a foundation, and organizing the first female…