Book Promotion: Gastien: The Cost of the Dream by Caddy Rowland

Today’s book promotion comes from Caddy Rowland and her book called Gastien: The Cost of the Dream. If you like Historical Fiction, take a look below. You might just find another book for your “to read” pile!

Book: Gastien: The Cost of the Dream
Author: Caddy Rowland
Genre:
Historical Fiction

Publisher: Caddy Rowland
Format: ebook
Release Date:
10/2/2013

Summary:
When young Gastien Beauchamp flees the farm for Paris, the late nineteenth century bohemian era is in full swing. Color has always called to him, beseeching him to capture it on canvas and show people a new way of seeing things. His father belittled his dream of being an artist and tried to beat him into giving it up. The dream wouldn’t die, but Gastien would have had he not left.

He also yearns to become a great lover. After the years of anguish he has endured at the hand of his father, it would be heaven to feel pleasure instead of pain.

However, the city of Paris has a ruthless agenda. Unless a man has money and connections, Paris unfeelingly crushes dreams and destroys souls. With neither of the required assets, Gastien faces living in alleys, digging in trash bins for food, and sleeping where a man is often killed for his threadbare blanket.

Left with only his dreams, Gastien stubbornly pushes on. He vows that absolutely nothing will stop him, not yet realizing what keeping that vow might mean.Sometimes the “impossible” is possible – but the cost can be extremely high.

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I want to thank Caddy Rowland for allowing me to promote her book on my blog. I hope this post has inspired you to go out and read Gastien: The Cost of the Dream!

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