The Pembletons - A Must-Read for Historical Romance Fanatics

Top Quote The Pembletons: The Ottoman Deception is a historical romance novel written by author P. E. Gruszning. Focusing on the lives of Captain Richard Pembleton and Natasha Bludova, the story is centred against the backdrop of the Crimean War. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) March 19, 2014 - Brisbane, Queensland - P. E. Gruszning brings forth a fascinating story set alongside the events of the Crimean War in the form of a novel - The Pembletons: The Ottoman Deception. The tale focuses on Captain Richard Pembleton of the Royal Engineers, and the central character, who joins the ranks of military intelligence. He is later sent to Russia, where his life changes drastically. The Pembletons beautifully narrates the entrigues of Russia, Britain and France. Although the outcome is a fiction, the fact that the author has done a considerable amount of research about the time period, brings the story to life. Readers will find the depiction authentic by going through the details of the events.

    The Ottoman Depiction also focuses on the life of the illegitimate daughter of Grand Duke Michael Pavlovich and Countess Bludova, Natasha Bludova, who finds the French aristocracy unendurable. Her abhorrence of the French men is such that she could not accept a better half from this ethnicity. Fortunately, with tides favouring her fate, Natasha meets Richard, eventually venturing on a journey to disrupt Emperor Napoleon's plans to unleash wrath on the Ottoman Empire.

    The Crimean War is renowned for the conflict between Russia and the alliance of France, Britain, the Ottoman Empire and Sardinia, where the former suffered loss. The war also saw the Austrian Empire playing a neutral part to stop the Russians. P. E. Gruszning entertains the readers with the story of Napoleon Bonaparte's grandson, Louis Napoleon, who overthrew the democratically elected government and established a new French Republic. He also marries Natasha through the situation, where their romance brews for an exciting read. The novel also has its fair share of twists and turns, with a part of the story focusing on the visitation of a French delegation to England at the same time as Natasha's mother.

    Two preludes to The Pembletons can be read by logging on to the author's personal website. Visitors can find access to the reviews and buy the book from Amazon at the marginal price of $9.57. This, however, is the Kindle edition and is estimated to be 387 pages. This romance novel has received critical acclaims from many readers, making it one of the best reads in the modern day. Individuals willing to invest in the Kindle version of this novel can log on to and place their order. The book certainly does not disappoint the fanatics of historical romance.

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