Wednesday, February 27, 2013

The second book in the Grand Tour Series covers the Kensington and Morgan clan touring through Austria, France, and Italy. Thinking they have left their would be kidnappers behind them, they continue with caution to Pierre's sister and brother in law's place, an updated fortress. When there, they add another friend to their entourage and trust Art with all the details of their trip. But, is Art as he seems?
I thought that this did a wonderful job of making one feel like they are traveling in Europe on a Grand Tour, while keeping it interesting. There is plenty of great facts, but also beautiful descriptions of what it must of been like to travel on a Grand Tour in the Edwardian age.

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