The Richmonde Hotel Iloilos Happy Trilogy by Miguel Delgado is a series of five books based in the world of Galo Spain. The first book in the series, A Woman For Sale, introduces readers to the world of Galo Spain. In this book, you’ll learn about the culture of Galo Spain and how the sale of women for a price is a tradition in the area.
In the second book, Finding Love, you’ll discover the secret to happiness. This book describes ways to create joy in your life and to make your life a happy one. You’ll read about how to attract more love, how to keep from being broke, and how to be happy and successful in all areas of your life.
The third book of the trilogy, On a Clear Day, You Can Still Find Your Soul Mate, introduces a character that most people will identify with. The main character, Mercedes, comes to save her life after being cast out on her own by an abusive man. This book describes her determination to find a man and how she uses her “unique” gift to attract one. A Woman For Sale was also written as a sequel to On a Clear Day, You Can Still Find Your Soul Mate.
A Girl For Sale by Juan Parra and Juan Jesus Urdin was made into a motion picture starring Meg Ryan and Keira Knightley. You won’t find many reviews for this book, but it’s worth a read because it was made into a movie. The success of the film is likely to make The Richmonde Hotel Iloilos Happy Trilogy even better. The last book in the trilogy, On a Clear Day, You Can Still Find Your Soul Mate, covers what happens when a woman left behind in Galo falls for another man.
In The Girl For Sale, the main character’s mother worries that she’ll stay too long in Brazil and he’ll be unable to support her family. When she realizes that her daughter has sold her own soul to another man, she sells her own daughter’s remaining belongings to pay her way. The woman winds up in an orphanage where her new foster son teaches her about life and love. With the help of this young man, the woman discovers that she can still find happiness even when she’s apart from her husband and children.
If you haven’t read any of the books in the happy trilogy, you’re in for a treat. I loved reading about Urdin and his struggles to find his way back into a society that doesn’t understand him. I also really liked hearing about Mercedes’ story. She was a real survivor and she found strength in the person she’s trying to find along the way.
Maria Fernanda’s novels are realistic and they capture what it’s like to be from one culture and upbringing to another. She tells her story with humor and grace. You can feel the emotions she was experiencing while growing up as she was growing up in the Richmonde Hotel Iloilos happy trilogy. The writing is engaging and you’ll want to read it again.
This book is available for purchase online. You can also purchase your own copy if you’d prefer. It’s a great read that’s perfect for fans of romance and the exciting lives that spin out of them. You’ll enjoy this latest book. You can’t go wrong with this happy romantic tale.
Maria Fernanda has created an interesting character in the Richmonde Hotel Iloilos happy trilogy. This book is about the journey people take in order to find happiness and peace. It is a very good read and really packs a wallop, as the characters move across Spain and beyond. This book continues on from the last book where Fernanda took us on an exploration through North Africa. This book is a great primer and would make an excellent read for people who have never been to Spain before or who simply have an interest in learning more about it.
The last book in the Richmonde Hotel Iloilos happy trilogy is called, A Pigeon By One Bird. This book continues where the last book left off and takes us to North Africa and the exploration of how birds choose their new homes. This book also contains a story that took place while Fernanda was staying at the famous Raffles Hotel in Paris.
The best part about this book is that you can really get a feel for life in a city by exploring what it is like to live there. You learn about new places, cultures, and even historical facts. There are tons of facts in this book about Spain and Portugal and everything that is there. I found the writing style of Fernanda’s books to be very enjoyable and easy to follow. I loved every single word I read and felt like I was reading an interesting novel.