Patricia M. Muhammad Publishes Historical Romance Novel, Ardor's Prestige

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  • (1888PressRelease) April 25, 2021 - Venice, a city with beautiful architecture, narrow waterways and if you take a look closer, frescoes embedded throughout its buildings. Italia city-states can be associated with amore just as France, but it is unlikely that these alluring cities would be the backdrop to a historical romance. Yet, American fiction author, Patricia M. Muhammad, offers just that, a historical romance novel set in 18th century Venice.

    During the 18th century, European countries often influenced each other in music, art and dance, though one would boast as the better of the others. One example of this historical fact Patricia includes in Ardor's Prestige, is the visit of a French painter in Venice who speaks of the inspiration and art form that Venice has to offer. While this is ancillary to the plot, readers are offered a glimpse into Venice's potential allure for the characters and the readers. Yet, Patricia does not encourage readers to accept historical romance novels as an accurate source of history. They, inasmuch as any other form of fiction's primary intent is to entertain.

    In Ardor's Prestige, Duchessa Anastasia steals away from her esteemed House in the middle of the night. She arrives in an area where she assumes that she is alone.

    However, her thoughts are disrupted when a handsome courtier appears. They question each other as to why they are present, easily noting each otherís status. Both are reluctant to divulge details of their identity. Duca Leandro escorts her home, promising not to remember where she lives. The duchessaís family depart for an extended stay elsewhere leaving Anastasia, who is of age, aloneĖbut she isnít. Giorgio, her devoted cavalier servante and a senior servant of the house keep close watch of her. She continues to be intrigued by Duca Leandro. They begin a courtship. One day Giorgio is abruptly apprehended at the House of which he serves by royal authorities by order of the Crown for treason. He, seeing that his hopes of having Anastasia in his life has ultimately become nil, is too weak to deny the charges levied against him. The duchessa is repulsed by Giorgio but she is also sympathetic. She, however, upholds her courtship with the duca. Giorgio is eventually exonerated of the allegations. It is the season of Carnevale wherein the Crown holds a grand soiree for members of the court to attend. A near murder takes place. Duchessa Anastasia realizes that a conspiracy to disrupt her life originates closer to her than she anticipated. She and Leandro only wish to be wed, but they must unravel the root of the connivance in order to have the future they have planned together. Will they do so in time?

    Ardor's Prestige is one of five historical romance novels Patricia M. Muhammad has written.

    Where to Buy Ardorís Prestige:

    Amazon ASIN: B08KB34F57
    Barnes & Noble: 2940164274597
    Smashwords: 9781005676650
    Tolino Media: 9783752117707
    Thalia.de EAN: 9783752117707
    Kobo ISBN: 1230004259497
    Google Play: GGKEY:TU2BD6X8HEW
    DriveThru Fiction: N/A
    Lulu: N/A

    About the Author: Patricia M. Muhammad is a multi-genre fiction author who often incorporates interracial relationships and multi-racial characters as a part of her storylines. She has currently written 20 novels. Patricia is currently based in the United States.

    Connect with Patricia:
    Social Media: ( @ ) pmmuhammadbooks
    Press: permissionsp ( @ ) gmail dot com

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