‘Two couples separated by four centuries are bound by one golden cross…’
A mysterious heirloom, once worn by a Knight of the Spanish Armada, holds the secret to a past life. When Amanda Morrison receives this unusual gift, it marks the beginning of an extraordinary journey into the past, which will challenge her beliefs and open her heart.
An epic story full of historical intrigue and parallel lives, The Cross Of Santiago is a book for anyone who believes in the transcendent power of love.
REVIEWS for The Cross Of Santiago
Four star review for The Cross of Santiago from Trish at Between My Lines here.
Overall, this book has a little bit of everything; an epic romance, adventure, great locations, well researched historical fiction and some dream interpretation. The mixture of the two stories leads to a snappy, well paced story that kept me excited and invested in the plot.
Official OnlineBookClub.org review for The Cross Of Santiago here.
“The Cross of Santiago” is an intelligent and well written historical romance book. I love historical fiction with a bit of romantic story-line thrown in and this book sure fits the bill. The beginning looked promising and what followed didn’t disappoint.
Check out the reviews for The Cross Of Santiago on Barnes & Noble here.
The Cross of Santiago is a heart-warming, astonishing novel of love and destiny.
I read this novel over a rainy weekend and lost myself completely in it’s charming story, which was full of twists and turns.
Mira’s enchanting review on Forever Book Lover here.
It’s clear the author knows a lot about the time period, and she managed to change the setting to make the reader really feel like they went back in time.
The characters and plot were complex and intriguing enough to capture, and hold, my attention.
Amazon reviews for The Cross Of Santiago can be found here.
As a debut novel it is praiseworthy and as historical fiction goes, I would have to compare it with others I’ve read in the genre such as Diana Gabaldon, Ken Follet and Kate Mosse. All in all, a great read if you’re into romance and adventure with some informative history to boot, The Cross Of Santiago comes highly recommended.
Evie recreated the city perfectly, making me think I was there. The adventures in this book made me stay put and read it all in a heart beat!
Read Goodreads reviews for The Cross Of Santiago here.
I have never read a story like The Cross of Santiago and Evie Gaughan’s attention to detail is amazing, particularly when writing about the historical part of the story. Readers of historical romance will be hooked on Amanda and Xavier’s story.
Evie Gaughan also has a good sense of humor that shows through her characters. A good portion of The Cross of Santiago takes place in the 1500′s so if you like historical fiction, you’ll like this book. But that’s not all…it has adventure, romance, and humor.