Book Review – Esscorte Constanta – A Historical Romance Review

The Estate of esscorte Constanta, produced by the famous French author Madame de Cleves is definitely a read for any lover of classic literature. With her sensational tale of a man haunted by his desire to live an idyllic life away from his earthly obligations, Madame de Cleves manages to create an exquisite image of the way our emotions should be nurtured and directed. Her story is a beautiful portrait of the way we should relate to our spouse and those around us. In this charming tale, the enchantress sends her servantess, Flora, to a quiet house on the outskirts of Esscorte, where she hopes to find solitude. However, Flora’s stay does not go smoothly, and she arrives only to find herself locked in the library with her Prussian mistress.

As Flora attempts to learn more about the mistress, she learns more about the motives of the woman who keeps her locked up. Then, out of an emotional burst of anger, Flora accuses her of poisoning her husband and poisoning her child. To save her children, Flora must draw on her courage and strength to confront her fears. But the poisonous knowledge that she has gained forces Flora to flee from Esscorte. She takes refuge in the luxurious home of Lord Attalus, where she finds support for her case. Attalus himself also faces his own personal anxiety as he struggles to deal with the power behind his wife’s poisonous temper.

The subsequent chapters are divided between Flora’s trials and adventures in Italy, and her eventual return to England. While Flora is on her grand tour of the world, Attalus and his half-in-law, Flavio, try to lure her away from her destined course. In the meantime, Flora meets a disguised Countess, whom she falls in love with. But Attalus discovers that he cannot have her unless he removes her dowry, which means he will be unable to claim her as his wife.

It is the nature of the woman’s character to be distracted from her duties while pursuing her dream. As a result, she is often absent-minded. She suffers a breakdown after being refused a papal mandate, and during this time she marries Flavio. He turns out to be her knight in shining armor, and the two of them become quite close. But when the king dies in childbirth, Flora is left to raise her son, Cosimo, alone.

But Flora’s dangerous secret prevents her from claiming her inheritance and keeping her estate, so her sister Flaviana makes an arrangement. She tells her half-sister that if Flora dies, her son will inherit her estate and her mother’s title. The Countess tries to prevent this by having her lover, Attalus, murdered. However, the boy manages to escape from the castle and Flora is forced to accept her fate.

This historical romance is beautifully written. It gives a vivid picture of medieval Europe during the period of the Reformation. Readers will enjoy the detailed accounts of battles, marriages, and battles. This book also includes a great deal of history, which is easy to read, as it is based on historical accounts. Esscorte constanta does not end happily for the princess, but offers a happy ending for everyone else, especially for the reader.

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