I couldn’t make up my mind if I wanted to write about Ken Follet or Hannah Fielding for “F”. I found Hannah’s work more interesting than Follet’s work. Follet’s work predominantly are financial thrillers while, Hannah’s work is much of a romantic thriller.
About the writer
To date, Hannah has published five novels: Burning Embers, ‘romance like Hollywood used to make’, set in Kenya; the award-winning Echoes of Love, ‘an epic love story that is beautifully told’ set in Italy; and the Andalucian Nights trilogy (Indiscretion, Masquerade and Legacy), set in sultry Spain.
My interaction with this writer began a couple of years ago when she sent her book, The Echoes of Love. The richness of the cover left me dumbstruck. It looked so beautiful and the very smell of the book left me dizzy. The story was equally enthralling and rich. The characters were intense and were well developed. All her books have a magical element involved in them. The highlight of all her works would be the characterization. She would begin with a basic sketch and add layers and layers neatly to give a complete picture. In the age of cringe worthy and tasteless romance books, her books are a refreshing change. Call me old fashioned, but the feeling of reading a story with strong female character courted properly the alpha male character cannot be matched at all by these instant romance stories.
Do read my reviews of her books
Do give her books a try for they are totally worth it!