A Powerful and Gripping Sequel

Leave it to the amazing Elizabeth Camden to pen a second-in-the-series story that is even more incredible than the first!  The Blackstone Legacy” from Bethany House Publishers continues with “Written on the Wind”, a powerful and impactful novel that swept me away from the first page.  It is so compelling, with characters so vivid and memorable, that I could hardly stop reading even for necessities such as eating and sleeping…

I was excited about this new story from the moment I learned who the main characters would be – two of the most intriguing ones from “Carved in Stone”: Natalia Blackstone and Count Dimitri Sokolov.  Add in plenty of international and political complications, a deadly tragedy that involves the royal family of Russia, and a heartfelt romance that will sweep you off your feet – and you have “Written on the Wind”!  In addition to the fascinating storyline and strong moral themes, there are some unique pieces of little-known historical trivia that add even more uniqueness to this already unforgettable tale.  For example, did you know how early music records were crafted?  This story brings that to life too!

All in all, “Written on the Wind” leaves absolutely nothing left to wish for… it is powerful Christian Historical Fiction at its finest.  If you have read the previous “Blackstone Legacy” novel you will be delighted to be reacquainted with old friends, but this book could be read on its own as well.  In any case, I cannot wait for book #3 to be released, because I already have an idea whose story will shine in the spotlight this time around!  

“Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc.”

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