Friday, December 5, 2014

Inamorata by Megan Chance [SBM Review]


A ghostly tale of how much fame and fortune can cost...

American artist Joseph Hannigan and his alluring sister, Sophie, have arrived in enchanting nineteenth-century Venice with a single-minded goal. The twins, who have fled scandal in New York, are determined to break into Venice’s expatriate set and find a wealthy patron to support Joseph’s work.

But the enigmatic Hannigans are not the only ones with a secret agenda. Joseph’s talent soon attracts the attention of the magnificent OdilĂ© Leon, a celebrated courtesan and muse who has inspired many artists to greatness. But her inspiration is otherworldly and comes with a devastatingly steep price.

As Joseph falls under the courtesan’s spell, Sophie joins forces with Nicholas Dane, the one man who knows OdilĂ©’s dark secret, and her sworn enemy. When the seductive muse offers Joseph the path to eternal fame, the twins must decide who to believe—and just how much they are willing to sacrifice for fame.

This was a different kind of story. Brother and Sister stick together no matter what to help get themselves ahead in life. They don't let any one get between them. This story followed these siblings and discover what exactly they are willing to do for fame. It was an interesting story, but there wasn't much action. So for me it read slow. However the dialogue and characters were very interesting.

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