Gastien

Gastien Part 1: The Cost of the Dream by Caddy Rowland is 99 cents today in the Amazon Kindle store, and has received an average user rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars based on 18 customer reviews.  You can pick up your copy by clicking here or typing in http://amzn.to/ABWuZP into your computer’s web browser.

Category: Historical Fiction / Family Saga

Here is the book’s description from the Amazon website:

In this first book of the Gastien series, young Gastien Beauchamp begins his journey from the farm to Paris with two goals in life. The first is to become an artist with his own studio, following his own rules. That is an almost impossible dream for a peasant with no money or formal training. Paris spits out talented men into the gutters every day. “Good” gets you nowhere. “Great” maybe gets you a bowl of soup.

The second is to become the greatest lover in France. That should be easy. With his stunning looks and willingness to learn, the women of Paris are about to be awakened in a way they have only dreamt about in the nineteenth century!

Gastien also has focus, drive, and raw, natural talent. With the dream burning inside of him, he is determined to succeed at any cost. Poor Gastien. If he could only know in advance what brutal struggles await him, he might turn around and go back home.

Sometimes the “impossible” is possible. But the cost can be extremely high.

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