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This book is about a historical adventure across Europe in pursuit of forbidden love.
Set against the backdrop of 18th Century Europe, ‘The Girl Who Fled the Picture ePUB’ follows the journey of Isabella, a defiant young girl whose nonconformist spirit sets her on a path of remarkable transformation. In the year 1742, within the enchanting confines of Constantinople, Isabella’s life takes a riveting turn as she is draped in the exotic attire of Turkish fashion for a portrait. It is in this moment that her encounter with the artist’s apprentice sparks a fervent and unrestrained passion, liberating her from the confines of societal norms.
Fleeing an arranged marriage, Isabella seeks refuge in Rome, where she immerses herself in the creation of intricate silver jewelry. Yet, her heart remains tethered to the apprentice who had unlocked a new world of feelings within her. This love drives her across tumultuous landscapes to Scotland, just as the 1745 Jacobite Rebellion begins to unfurl. Amidst the treacherous political machinations of Bonnie Prince Charlie’s court, Isabella finds herself entangled in a web of intrigue, where her clandestine love’s forbidden nature becomes a threat to all she has painstakingly built.
With vivid prose and meticulous historical detail, the narrative navigates Isabella’s trials and triumphs, her bold choices echoing the spirit of a changing era. As she grapples with the perilous consequences of embracing forbidden love amidst a society rife with expectations, the reader is transported through a gripping tapestry of emotions, ambitions, and the enduring pursuit of authenticity. In a world where conformity is the norm, Isabella’s journey becomes a testament to the indomitable nature of the human heart and its relentless pursuit of love and freedom.