Sunday, September 25, 2011
Set in the late 18th century through the early 19th century (starting in 1791 to 1817), When Love Won't Die tells of Nancy's struggle to move past the unexpected death of her lover, Wolfgang Mozart, and go on with her life and career. Although Mozart is dead, he looms large throughout the entire story, right to the end, through the letters that he wrote to Nancy throughout the course of the last five years of his life.
John Braham, who emerges as the new love interest. A student of Nancy's former voice instructor, Venanzio Rauzzini, Braham's relationship with Nancy begins when Rauzzini introduces them and asks Nancy to sing in the 19-year-old tenor's debut concert in Bath.
When Love Won't Die is filled with many of the characters that readers of the first book will know such as Nancy's older brother, Stephen Storace and her mother Elizabeth, the jolly and heart-warming Irish tenor, Michael Kelly, and the composer and dear friend of Mozart's, Joseph Haydn. There is also a host of new characters, all whom Nancy knew and with whom she shared close relationships including, Napoleon Bonaparte, Lord Admiral Horatio Nelson & his mistress Emma Hamilton, the famous English singer/actress Elizabeth Billington, and the famous English architect, Sir John Soane. There's even an element of intrigue in the underlying subplot involving Mozart's widow, Constanze and her new husband, the Danish dipolmat, Georg Nissen!
So Faithful a Heart: When Love Won't Die is NOW AVAILABLE at Amazon.com in a picture-illustrated combined Special Edition with a re-edited and newly rewritten version of book One, So Faithful a Heart: The Love Story of Nancy Storace & Wolfgang Mozart. It is also available in Kindle Ebook at Amazon.com and will soon be available in all other Ebook formats at Smashwords.com.