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Accomplished neurosurgeon Beatrice Trovato knows that her deep empathy for her patients is starting to impede her work. So when her beloved brother passes away, she welcomes the unexpected trip to the Tuscan city of Siena to resolve his estate, even as she wrestles with grief. But as she delves deeper into her brother's affairs, she discovers intrigue she never imagined - a 700-year-old conspiracy to decimate the city.
After uncovering the journal and paintings of Gabriele Accorsi, the 14th-century artist at the heart of the plot, Beatrice finds a startling image of her own face and is suddenly transported to the year 1347. She awakens in a Siena unfamiliar to her, one that will soon be hit by the Plague.
Yet when Beatrice meets Accorsi, something unexpected happens: She falls in love - not only with Gabriele but also with the beauty and cadence of medieval life. As the Plague and the ruthless hands behind its trajectory threaten not only her survival but also Siena's very existence, Beatrice must decide in which century she belongs.
The Scribe of Siena is the captivating story of a brilliant woman's passionate affair with a time and a place that captures her in an impossibly romantic and dangerous trap - testing the strength of fate and the bonds of love.
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By Taryn on 05-30-17
I hope this is the first in a series!
I absolutely loved this book and found it hard to believe it was a first novel. If you enjoy time travel, Italian Renaissance, history, art, medicine and romance all mixed together it will not disappoint. The narration by the talented Cassandra Cambell was perfect and the writing drew me in from the first few minutes. The character development was good, the story moved along well and the ending was not really an ending. I am sure this is the first in a series. If you liked Outlander you will enjoy this.
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By Isabel on 05-19-17
I loved this book, I felt like there's more to the story but wasn't quite sure! Maybe it's just wishful thinking on my part because I loved how the story made me feel like I was back in fourteenth century Italy. First book by this author and looking forward to more!!
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